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Changing copyright notice in footer?

Thread began 10/22/2009 12:23 am by micja3389704 | Last modified 11/16/2009 5:00 pm by micja3389704 | 3035 views | 19 replies


Placing files at the site root

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  The power store files need to be at the root of your Dreamweaver site for Dreamweaver to be able to manage the pages using the template.

Dreamweaver expects the template folder to be at the root of the site.

It sounds like you have the power store files in a sub directory of the Dreamweaver site called "store"  

Hi. This is my first PowerStore site and also my first PowerCMS site, so I'm sure I'll have many questions.

In view of the quote, is my configuration correct as per local files in the screenshot?

I'm wondering how the CMS and the Store will work together with there being two Globals, two Connections, and so on...

I'm working with xampp, but that's only partly working, as some links work (in the footer) and some don't (all the others).

I have a template question, too, regarding making the subsequent pages show the StoreMessage box... maybe I should make a separate thread though?

You have helped me greatly in the past... thank you!


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