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Thread began 4/01/2010 5:56 pm by joshuacogo404656 | Last modified 4/05/2010 8:07 pm by joshuacogo404656 | 1874 views | 20 replies

joshuacogo404656

Wow thanks alot for all of the ideas

OK guys it might take me a few to clean everything out and re upload....those little files take a while to all upload..lol. But I fallow your thinking on how things may be screwy because they were handled wrongly to begin with.. then copying that same error over to another folder just doubles the issues.

As for why I am choosing to use sub directories:
Our host provider allows us multiple websites, which the Powerstore at this moment is for two current clients who have different websites(with many more to come I'm sure). A sub directory can be turned into a separate website all together with the redirecting of a domain to that folder. Sooooo that is our plan.. one main directory full of client website folders.

Ok so the Powerstore will be used on two separate websites.
-1 is for a jewelry retail sales company.
-2 is for a professional makeup artist selling his line of special fx makeup kits.
Each sub directory will have a domain redirected from their currant websites to these folders.

Anyway, I hope I'm making sense..lol
thanks again, I will let you know if it works soon as its done.

-Josh

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