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Thread began 6/19/2009 10:36 am by Paul | Last modified 6/23/2009 1:36 pm by Paul | 2566 views | 10 replies

Paul

just don't get the issue

Hi Neil, Webassist,
This is getting really frustrating now because documentation seems to be an ongoing issue here. I do not see what the problem is with my question and why I cannot have a straight answer. I have followed the documentation to the word and eventually figured out how to at least get things working myself. This software is on a live server now. I used the folder name "CMS" which site directly under my root domain name. I have to modify the top of page code from the developer notes for each new page added to manually add the CMS path but I can live with that. I do feel this should be addressed by webassist as I am following your instructions. Secondly, I cannot upload images when I click browse even though your software says they are uploaded at root level. The full error and relevant code is pasted in my previous post. If there is necessity to go into other admin folders and modify php files when simply uploading your files, why is this not documented. Can somebody please look at my previous post and just explain why "CMS" must be added manually to the path in the developer notes each time. More importantly can you explain if there is additional irite configuration that is not included in your documentation. I have tried uploading to my server and used /images/ , images/ CMS/images, /CMS/images/, http:images etc, etc ,etc.
To me, those in webassist in particular, that know the product should be able to give a fairly quick answer here without trouble tickets.
\Paul

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