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Problems after install PowerCMS 2

Thread began 7/23/2010 3:35 pm by admin140217 | Last modified 7/26/2010 6:19 pm by admin140217 | 822 views | 5 replies

admin140217

Eric,

I checked the files that are on the server:

The common folder has 5 files in it:

addpage.php
contents_delete.php
listfolder.php
load_content.php
user_delete.php

The contents_insert.php file is in the admin folder outside of the common folder which is why I was confused about this. When I installed the CMS, I brought the entire folder over from my local machine using a fresh dowload from webassist to the server via FTP.

Do you think I should upload them again anyway or is this a path issue in one of the pages?

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