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Totally lost with HTML editor

Thread began 2/04/2010 10:02 pm by jcav26033 | Last modified 2/06/2010 11:36 pm by jcav26033 | 2391 views | 13 replies


Originally Said By: Office Guy-172461
  HTML editor is an extension that was used in the creation of PowerCMS.

PowerCMS is a ready made solution.

So you would install HTML Editor into Dreamweaver as a tool to create things like PowerCMS.

They are two separate products.  

OK...then HOW do I customize PowerCMS to use my style sheets without buying HTMLEditor...if that can't be done than the PowerCMS product, as great as it is, is not very useful. Can I just alter some config file? I'm not afraid to do that if it's possible. Or shouldn't PowerCMS be sold with that ability built in? It seems like a fairly rudimentary thing that folks would want to do. Any ideas?

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