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Thread began 11/02/2009 3:46 am by rob108609 | Last modified 11/03/2009 12:53 am by rob108609 | 2013 views | 6 replies


Thank you

Yes, I've been putting the created pages into other folders during the wizard stage.

But I didn't know if I could change the default location for the 'include files' folder. At the moment, if I wanted to leave the DataAssist folder outside the wwwroot folder, I have to contact the host and get them to change the permissions on the folder. Which is a bit of a pain when you are administering a lot of sites.

I can move the folder into the wwwroot folder and update the files, but everytime I go back into the wizard, it overwrites the changes and recreates the original folder.

Some extensions also show an error in the bindings panel if the folder isn't in the default location.

But thanks for your reply...

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