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What is the difference PHP Finish and PHP Start

Thread began 2/28/2010 4:14 pm by donald.dickson338135 | Last modified 3/01/2010 6:39 am by donald.dickson338135 | 712 views | 2 replies |

donald.dickson338135

What is the difference PHP Finish and PHP Start

Hello, this may seem to be a basic question but having unzipped the support file for SecurityAssist I seem to have imported two folders, PHP Finish and PHP Start into the web site.
I cannot find where the support documentation refers to these two folders so which should be used to build and test the Security Assist web site?
Why two folders?
Many thanks for some guidance!
Best wishes
Don

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Office Guy-172461

The start folder is a starting point for the tutorials. The finsih folder contains the pages the way they are suppose to look after completing the tutorial. As you have already discovered, there are a lot of discrepancies between the old tutorials and the new extensions.

BTW Thank you for starting separate threads for each topic. So many people start one thread and add on to it forever making it impossible to follow. It also decreases the chances that the person with the answer finds the question. :)

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donald.dickson338135

Thanks

Hello and thanks for the information.
I agree that in retrospect the answer is obvious - and to be fair I thought that would be the answer - it just would have been nice for the tutorial to include the information or place the information in the Solutions and Recipes Folder on the web support page. That would a far quicker solution to implement - a quick line of html and there is no longer a need for this question.
Despite this "grumble" I do appreciate the support provided in the Forum as long as you can live with me asking apparently "obvious answer" questions.
It's a long learning curve but a worthwhile one.
Best wishes
Don

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