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Changed Directory - Page Errors

Thread began 4/21/2011 7:45 pm by ore423857 | Last modified 4/28/2011 11:48 am by ore423857 | 1090 views | 5 replies

ore423857

Changed Directory - Page Errors

For the install, I decided to put the SS files into a folder on the root called 'New Site'

Now that everything is up and working, I moved all the files in 'New Site' directly to the root folder of my site. Now the only pages that comes up are "www.example.com/" & the sitemap link at the bottom of the page works "(www.example.com/sitemap.php".

All links still take me to the 'New Site' area and I get 404 errors.

Can you please direct me to how I can make all the links remove the 'New Site' directory from the links within Site Sculptor?

Thanks.

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