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Installation and Rebranding of Power CMS

Thread began 11/13/2009 3:58 pm by shadow329043 | Last modified 11/15/2009 12:42 pm by shadow329043 | 2690 views | 6 replies


That was what I wasn't sure would be nice to be able to integrate things more tightly................without having multiple folders with the same name in different directories............but that answers my question about the WA_Global directory.... I think that my current WA_Global directory is holding the file(s) for the Contact Form Solution - so my option would be to delete it and build a new contact form within the CMS system......and since I am going to customize the CMS a bit, I assume that the folders for DataAssist and SecurityAssist would be created anyway when I use those extensions. So if I delete all the files in my current website root and install just the CMS and then customize using the extensions there should be no problem? Or should I still put the CMS in its own directory because using the extensions directly on the CMS break the system?

Edited 11/15/2009 -- Never mind about the above questions regarding using extensions directly on CMS - decided that is would be BEST to have Power CMS in its own directory - any installation can then be easily updated by deleting the old CMS sub folder and uploading the new CMS sub folder to replace it (didn't think of that one --- when I did it was so logical)

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