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Multiple folders using multipe extensions

Thread began 3/04/2011 11:27 am by michael419508 | Last modified 3/04/2011 12:45 pm by michael419508 | 750 views | 1 replies


Multiple folders using multipe extensions

Probably answered somewhere just can’t find it.
I just want to make sure I understand this going forward.

I hope to create several site definitions in Dreamweaver. Each one will host different forms. Which may include dataassist, security assist, webassist etc.

Then when things are working I want to upload each site folder to one live site. In other words one root folder containing multiple site folders as described above and below.

Example below
public_html/formfolder1/ index.php
public_html/formfolder1/ contactform.php
And so on
public_html/formfolder2/ index.php
public_html/formfolder2/ contactform.php

public_html/formfolder3/ index.php
public_html/formfolder3/ contactform.php

Does seem to work, however does create multiple copies of folders for webassist etc.

The advantage I see is I can port to any server or subfolder and they work.

Is this the way I should continue or am I out to lunch here? I have read in different places that dataassist is suppose to be in the root of the site....but I assume this means not buried in the subfolder such as this example:

public_html/formfolder1/ index.php
public_html/formfolder1/ contactform.php

Using Dreamweaver CS5 and Super Suite latest version. Win7 64bit

Thanks Kindly

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