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Tutorial For Upgrading PowerCMS with the new HTML Editor

Thread began 12/03/2009 3:28 am by anonymous | Last modified 12/19/2009 4:16 pm by anonymous | 1886 views | 11 replies


Ok - I tried your tutorial -and I am having problems. I uploaded the three files that I edited plus the htmleditor folder up to my server and when I tried to insert content, I got a blank page. I followed your instructions exactly.

Are your instructions valid for a CMS which was set up as in the pdf file posted by Nello? PowerCMS_Case_Study.pdf
or is your site set up differently? My CMS is in a folder named "cms"

My folder htmleditor is in the website root - should it be under the "cms" folder?

I checked the edit feature and an editor was displayed - it shows FCKEditor version 2.6.5 - is this the old iRite or the new HTML editor?

I named the HTML editor instance "ContentValue" which is the same name as in the old iRite instance - is this valid?

Do I need to delete the old iRite folder

Anything else I need to check?
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I moved th HTMLeditor folder under my cms folder - still got a blank page when trying to insert new content. I continue to wonder if the problem is the path.

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