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Problems after install PowerCMS 2

Thread began 7/23/2010 3:35 pm by admin140217 | Last modified 7/26/2010 6:19 pm by admin140217 | 832 views | 5 replies


update - fixed issue

Eric, thanks for replying to my comments, It looks like I have fixed the issue I was having.

Here's what appears to have happened.

In my last post I mentioned the paths looks messed up and that's true, all of the paths with exception of a few were but it was from the way I placed the files in my local directory along with renaming the file folder.

I had extracted the zip into the site directory and then renamed the file but it seems that the update process when renaming the file folder in Dreamweaver somehow changed the paths to all other folders, I'm still not sure why but it looks like what happened.

Later, I extracted all files to there own folder, then copied those files/folders to the powercms directory in the site structure, then copy and pasted those files into the directory to overwrite previous files. Then I proceded to upload all the files once again with the correct paths.

All seems to be working fine now including adding content.

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