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CMS Problems Creating New Pages

Thread began 4/05/2011 9:47 am by Steve E | Last modified 4/20/2011 3:52 pm by Steve E | 2495 views | 11 replies

Steve E

Hi Jason
I got some help from your Support guy who called about another ticket, He managed to get the page to show up in the menu, using a different technique than you described, by editing the menu directly from Dreamweaver's sever behaviours panel, then we had to create a page from the templated menu page and then link that page to the cms.
The menu displayed the newly created page link and everything seemed ok, so I thanked him and he hung up.
When I tried updating the content on the page, it still updates the page it was based upon? If I try to edit the content from the parent page, it has no effect when I view the page?

Having done some more searching through these forums, would I be correct in thinking that Site Sculptor is really just a good tool for building the initial website but if you have a large website with frequently changing data you are better using the Power CMS extension?

With my purchase of Super Suite I also have PowerCMS Builder 1.0.0 should I be using this after Site Sculptor to give me the functionality I am looking for?
Is Power CMS2 different to the version included in Super Suite?

Any clarification would be greatly appreciated

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