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Thread began 11/17/2009 8:05 pm by nickj | Last modified 1/31/2010 8:45 am by nickj | 6572 views | 59 replies


I built a quick little site, I will attach the zipped file. Obviously I didn't want to give away CMS so I placed an empty folder named CMS...just replace that folder with your cms folder. Make sure you follow Neilo's instructions to set those files up. The files I made are for a reference in dreamweaver. There are 3 web pages, one with no cms, one with 1 cms, and 1 with 2 cms. Obviously these won't work because there are no database connections....but hopefully it will give you a feel of how everything is supposed to look. Even though they won't function....I placed the needed code where it should be so you could look at the placement. So to use this in your version of DW, set up a new site with the root folder being "cmsexample" and images folder being "cmsexample/graphics"

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