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Site Sculptor Won't import my Dreamweaver template.

Thread began 11/30/2010 12:35 am by brandoli400690 | Last modified 12/09/2010 2:36 pm by brandoli400690 | 2897 views | 6 replies


Site Sculptor Won't import my Dreamweaver template.

Site Sculptor Won't import my Dreamweaver template (as either new or import).
The first time I did this (before I realized that I can't change the menus etc. once the wizard has been run - how useless is that?) it worked fine, but I had to take the site down and basically start all over.

So I know that it worked once, the CMS worked fine on the live site, and that I was not the problem.

Now when I try to import the dreamweaver template it totally screws up the view and bears no resemblance to my original design (see attached). I deleted the original site info, re-did the template, reinstalled Site Sculptor, etc.etc.etc.

Since purchasing the Super Suite My CS3 Dreamweaver has been crashing all afternoon, strange things are happening to my Mac OSX 10.6.5, and SS won't load my template. I'm 6 days into the 15 day trial and very frustrated so far.

The next comment is this: When you sell a Suite, there is an expectation that all of the components will somehow work together, and work for the life of the site. A website is always a changing thing, not static like this site sculptor seems to be. I had to completely strip down my Dreamweaver design in order to accommodate the program. You may think that you've simplified the php and CMS for us, but the "design" and especially the creativity factor is missing. Might as well use Wordpress or Joomla. BLECH.

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