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Thread began 1/22/2011 12:30 pm by Alan Winthrop | Last modified 1/25/2011 5:23 pm by Alan Winthrop | 1385 views | 4 replies

Alan Winthrop

Jason, thank you for your input.

The Site Sculptor I have is stand alone and does not have Power Content Management but I understand in principal why you have made reference to it.

Although the Admin panel may be a virtual page, it does not seem to stop content from it appearing when my site is trawled, which is my concern.

Thank you for the suggestion to look at the ftp files at the server.

If I follow this route, I am concerned that the original template of pages (established when I intially created my site on Site Sculptor) would be re-instigated at the Admin of the CMS, when I later synchronize my site from Dreamweaver CS3 through standard new file uploadoading.

Would I be at risk of undoing all my time and work of deletion at the server by auto file uploads from my local server as it put up 'dependant' files' or when I do a site complete synchronize?

I would not want them to appear again!

Understandably I am hesitant to delete files on my local host if it stops the CMS working.

It make things rather confusing as I try to solve this.

Thank you all the same for you time.
With regards

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