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Using with Site Sculptor P2

Thread began 4/26/2011 2:38 pm by lplatz167059 | Last modified 5/02/2011 7:14 am by lplatz167059 | 1074 views | 3 replies


Using with Site Sculptor P2

Recently I purchased PowerCMS and was provided assistance with the installation of PowerCMS on top of an existing site created with Site Sculptor. Thanks Jason!

In testing the site functionality (specifically the ability to edit/update existing content via either the Admin control panel or directly from the web page in edit mode, the following issue is occurring. When PowerCMS was installed, the new Admin directory becomes "admin_cms". When logging into PowerCMS, the log-in works fine. This places you into the "admin_cms/index.php" file. When selecting a page to edit from within the Power CMS admin panel, the page appears to be correctly updating to the site. When clicking to edit a web page directly from the website after entering into edit mode, I'm being directed to the old "admin" directory; not the recently installed "admin_cms" directory; or in the case of the install on my localhost, I'm begin directed to the "admin" folder which no longer exists. If necessary, I can provide links to the testing site with the necessary access information.

Thanks in advance - Les

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