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how do I access my store as a customer

Thread began 4/16/2010 1:46 pm by rmtoelle346587 | Last modified 4/16/2010 2:46 pm by Eric Mittman | 636 views | 1 replies |

rmtoelle346587

how do I access my store as a customer

Ultimate newbie question, I have set up my store using Webassist/admin, now how do I access my store as a customer, what should the HTTP:// be? Is there a file that I need to change in the powerstore directory? I named the Powerstore site, but dont know what to do to get access to it. I am in the process of moving everything from my testing server to the actual main server we will be using. I have the original website on the our main server and will be putting the Powerstore website on that server as well in the same directory with either a hyperlink to the Powerstore site or embed the Powerstore site if possible. We have our own server and domain. So what would the process be to access the Powerstore site, or add it to our existing website. Thanks

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Eric Mittman

If you moved the PowerStore into the root of your site you should be able to access it with a URL to your site like this:

index.php

If you have index files specified as the default document then there is no need to add that part to the URL. If you have your store in a directory inside of your site root, like in a folder called store for example then you would access it like this:

store/

The URL to the store is the same as your admin, just minus the admin part in the URL.

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