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Can't Upload Images into PowerStore Back-End

Thread began 6/21/2009 9:00 pm by paputxi | Last modified 8/24/2009 6:49 pm by paputxi | 1532 views | 8 replies

paputxi

Thanks for the explanation. Based on that, I am now trying to setup a new site by modifying the provided PowerStore files according to the "Customizing your PowerStore site's design" document that I downloaded from WebAssist. Perhaps you can provide some clarification for me.

1) I do plan to use SiteAssist Pro. Do I run SiteAssist Pro before I copy all the PowerStore files into this site's Dreamweaver directory? Or, do I copy of the files into the directory first and then run SiteAssit Pro? Or, perhaps it doesn't make any difference and they won't override each others files.

2) Since all the PowerStore files are locked, do I need to unlock all of them or just the ones I modify?

3) The document refers to "Streamline design files" in step 3 under "Copying and renaming the template file". Where do I find these Streamline files? Are these online somewhere? In my learning about SiteAssist Pro, I have played around by creating several temporary sites and I do see a sitassistpro_template.dwt file in the Templates folder for the sites I have created. The document refers to a output_html\Templates folder relative to the "Streamline design files", which I can't find. Sorry for my confusion.

Thanks again for your support and understanding.

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