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Thread began 1/11/2010 11:42 pm by canonman208475 | Last modified 1/14/2010 12:44 am by canonman208475 | 1690 views | 20 replies


Still need help with this

Originally Said By: neilo
  Hi canonman,

If you want to follow the exact way as shown in the 'getting started guide', then you would create folders in:

(On a Windows PC): C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\ecart_4\dynamic\store_php2\

(or on a Mac): Hard Drive:your_username:Sites:ecart_4:dynamic:store_php2:

They don't have to be named that way, but it may help to have the same setup as the tutorials.

You would copy the contents - folders and files - of your 'store_dynamic_sp_php' downloaded folder into the above folder.

If you are not sure whether or not you have all of the files, then it may be best to download afresh from your downloads page.

//edit: put in correct starting point folder name - neilo  

I got files and now reads
Note: I don't have Inetpub\ I put all my php files and dreamweaver files in
htdocs so hence C:\htdocs\wwwroot\eCart_4\dynamic\store_php2\
I think everything should be set up correctly but when I push f12 I get error message about css.
Please help. Do you sell the Tutorial files on a disk???

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