White label / Rebrand PowerGallery
Please help this is driving me mad!...
I know enough about dreamweaver but am not a total expert, I have followed certain tutorials that I have found but things keep going wrong!!..
Basically, within the "admin" section I'm trying to completely clear out all of the Webassist:
1. PowerGallery™ references
2. PowerGallery & Webasisst logos
3. Page footers with html links to webassist
4. links to webassist (such as the Feedback links)
And anything else that will give the game away to a client that this is simply a pre-built php solution and not built from scratch!..
I've tried updating the templates and then applying the templates to all of the pages, it seems to work but then it simply stops all of the: "Manage Images" & "Add Images" functionality from working!!..
I can remove / replace the .png images in fireworks, that's easy enough to do, but my real problem is changing all of the items on the .php pages (as mentioned above!) without messing everything up!!..
please help, asap..
If someone could provide me with a clear and simple set of instruction of how to do this in Dreamweaver CS4 I would be eternally grateful!!..
(this is the last thing I need to do to the site, and the client is expecting a site from me (not webassist!.. lol) by tomorrow!..
thankyou, and sorry for being a (dare I say it!) Noooooooob!.. ;-)
If someone from webassist sees this:
Please don't take this the wrong way, but I though these solutions were supposed to be " White Label "? It just seems to me that you've taken every opportunity to add links and references back to webassist.. Fair enough if it's a labeled product, but not if I'm trying to pass pre-built applications off as part of my own work!
(that's face it that's why developers use your products isn't it??!!)
I don't mean this to be aggressive, just making a point.. If I (or any other developer) misses on small link (such a the "Feedback" > "Webassist" link in powergallery admin, or all of the PowerGallery™ references in the help pages!) it could mean a whole world of trouble if a client finds out you've charged them "X" amount of $ for a pre-built php solution that only cost you $100 or so...
thankyou again, and I hope you find this constructive, and perhaps can provide an answer!.. ;-)