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Thread began 1/27/2010 1:12 pm by christine310921 | Last modified 1/29/2010 1:57 pm by christine310921 | 1590 views | 10 replies

christine310921

Confused!

Hi again,

The home page now appears as it should now that I have removed the second piece of code. However I am totally confused about this HTML Editor. You say put the second piece of code where I want the editor to show. I thought the editor was the part of PowerCMS that clients can use to update their own sections of the site? Why would I want it to show on the page? Previously you had said that if I added the editor to my page it would update file paths automatically. That much I understood. I also understood that if I want my client to use my css I would need to purchase the editor which I am going to do today. I hope I am not confusing you here. Let me tell you what I want to do and perhaps you could outline the steps for me.

I have installed PowerCMS and it appears to be okay and I can login and start editing pages. Now I have a large site that I want to allow my client to edit parts of himself. What would be the quickest way to put Power CMS into the site. Do I have to copy and paste the code from DW to the editor having the editor on source code?

I appreciate we have been going back and forth but I just want to make sure I have things clear before I can hand off to the client. Inevitably he will have questions and I need to be able to answer them.

Many thanks

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