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Site Sculptor Content Management Install Wizard

Thread began 6/16/2010 12:24 am by mail328276 | Last modified 6/17/2010 12:08 am by mail328276 | 1808 views | 6 replies


Site Sculptor Content Management Install Wizard

I have used a local copy of XAMPP to provide server facilties in order to be able to evaluate Site Sculptor's capability to produce fast template based sites for commercial purposes.

Unfortunately I do not know what the default input for the data required by Site Sculptor is for the Database setup or even why it requires such information since, in most cases, a database is not required to run PHP based web sites.

The system (Site Sculptor) is asking me, in Step 2 of 4, for Server/Host name which I would have thought might be localhost or The system is asking for Database: and there isn't one as far as I know as standard on vanilla installation of XAMPP. It then asks for a username and password which may well be the standard ones given in the readme text for the XAMPP installation. The provided video tutorial is of no benefit in this scenario.

Please supply the information for what I have described in order that I may test out site sculptor properly.

Site sculptor would be a very much better tool if the documentation was brought up to an acceptable level of proficiency.

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