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Thread began 11/17/2009 5:05 pm by nickj | Last modified 1/31/2010 5:45 am by nickj | 10358 views | 59 replies

roxcastaneda251760Beta Tester

Well, this is exactly what I meant with my posting "Clueless".

On your .pdf you say:
"Inserting new content into PowerCMSOnce all the PowerCMS files have been configured properly and uploaded toyour live site, you can start creating content areas. 1. From the PowerCMS navigation, choose Insert New Content.2. In the Page Name field, enter the name of the page that will display this content. 3. In the Content Area field, create the content you wish to appear within the area of the page.Note: You could have multiple content areas for the same page. Forexample: ‘body’, ‘sidebar’, and ‘featured products’ could all be separatecontent areas, allowing you to easily modify that area individually..."

What do you mean by: "Forexample: ‘body’, ‘sidebar’, and ‘featured products’". Would this be like in a template? I have a template for my site. How do I put it in the Power CMS or viceversa. I don't get it.
If I already have my full web site done and now I want to make it work with Power CMS for future additions or modifications.

How do I proceed? What do I do?

I really need a good step to step tutorial!

When I bought it you made it soon so nice and easy in your feature tour, but now there is no tutorial and it is not nice and easy. I invested a lot of money in this, well, it is a lot for me, and now I can't use it because there is no tutorial!

Please make a good step to step tutorial soon!

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