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PowerCMS 1.0.2: Two questions:

Thread began 1/01/2010 4:29 pm by neilo | Last modified 1/06/2010 1:18 am by neilo | 1358 views | 9 replies

neilo

PowerCMS 1.0.2: Two questions:

Q1:

Why, in my downloads page, is there no documentation for HTML Editor? All that there is is the extension itself, nothing more. I know I can access it via the support pages, but am suffering deprivation anxiety. (My account: neil(at)yahoodie.co.uk)

Q2:

In the new PowerCMS set-up (1.0.2), what needs to happen to enable the Advanced File Manager? I assumed that all that needed to be done was to enable it :

Global File Upload Settings > Customise, and allow access to Administrator (as the Administrator will have already logged in).

I thought the new CMS would be set up for this to be enough. However, this directs to the error page. Do I need to add a 'require once' for the WA_Globals.php in the 'kfm/index.php' file? Do I still need to run a separate instance of SecurityAssist (despite there being a SA folder included in PCMS) and create a user database despite there being only one user? Does the configuration for Advanced File Manager create the necessary tables in the existing database for its purposes?

Pending the issue of a tutorial (anybody?) any info would be much appreciated.

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