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2 Versions of E Cart

Thread began 7/11/2010 3:21 am by J7HNW | Last modified 7/12/2010 10:07 am by J7HNW | 572 views | 1 replies


2 Versions of E Cart

Please can you clarify something for me

I need to run E Cart 5 for new sites in PHP but still need to maintain older sites written in ASP. I have adobe CS4 Web Design Premium installed on my PC as the main program - running E Cart 5 which I will use always from now onwards. So the main installation is fine.

I know I have to set up a second user as administrator and have done this.

When I log into the new user account - should I

1. Open up the CS4 Web Design version ( Which is already installed under the main user )
and which appears on the start menu for the 2nd user and install E Cart 4. Surely this
would conflict with the main installation under the primary user ?


2. I also purchased a Stand Alone Version of Dreamweaver CS4 before I bought the CS4
Web design suite - so should I install this instead under the 2nd user log in and then
install the older version E Cart 4

I am not sure which is the one I should choose.

Thank you

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