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No Installation wizard

Thread began 1/25/2010 11:29 am by oldon397158 | Last modified 2/19/2010 1:49 pm by oldon397158 | 4097 views | 18 replies


No Installation wizard

First I must admit I'm a 74 year old in way over my head with all this web site stuff... okay... thats been clarified. I created a "Power Gallery" folder at the local level in my Dreamweaver CS4 program, put all the downloaded files in it and uploaded ("Put") it to the server level. Went to the server web site, signed in, found the "Power Gallery" folder in my web site and clicked on it like I thought the instructions said to do. Nothing happened... no installation wizard. Came back to Dreamweaver, opened the remote folder, clicked on the Power Gallery folder... nothing. Somebody please explain in simple layman terms what I did wrong and what I need to do. Thanks!!

Ol' Don

Now I need to post a note regarding the Dynamic Dropdown extension ;o(

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