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Thread began 11/17/2009 8:05 pm by nickj | Last modified 1/31/2010 8:45 am by nickj | 7823 views | 59 replies


posted step 1 and 2 tut

Okay I knocked out a super quick n dirty tut on step 1 and 2
no audio, just a quick ditty on importing your .sql file into database
I use godaddy, but most hosts will be similar
Need to point out one thing...towards the end...after I click import (in phpmyadmin),
I have my cms102 folder (containg the databse folder) inside a testing server. Thats why I was searching around. Just locate your root site folder > cms102 folder > database > then the .sql file is what you are wanting to import.

This tut will have a life of no more than 1 month on my server..
hope it helps

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