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Displays Error not Content after copying/pasting developer notes

Thread began 6/27/2010 12:02 am by cldsk369146 | Last modified 6/30/2010 9:45 am by Jason Byrnes | 847 views | 5 replies |

cldsk369146

Displays Error not Content after copying/pasting developer notes

Hello, I have followed the instructions very closely for the Power CMS, and have the admin set up correctly, including users. When I went to insert content from my CMS, and followed the instructions for inserting the php code into the page, I recieve the following erroro n my site instead of the content:

(on about.php)

Warning: include(/homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site//WA_CMS/addtosite.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site/about.php on line 81

Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening '/homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site//WA_CMS/addtosite.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php5') in /homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site/about.php on line 81

Fatal error: Call to undefined function WA_getCMSContent() in /homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site/about.php on line 82



How do I get my content to appear?
Many thanks!

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Hoping someone might know why the Power CMS isn't working, I am attaching a zip of my pages, the dreamweaver templates, (admin too big for upload). The two pages that I have employed the PowerCMS (and getting the error) are about.php and books-media.php (the error is also causing a shift in the design--I assume this would go away when the content displays correctly).

I appreciate your help, hopefully someone knows what is going wrong.


Many thanks!
~Chris

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cldsk369146

Attached is zip of pages/templates

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it looks like you have the CMS Files in a folder named "admin" on your site.

The routine for creating the developer notes path will strip the name admin.


try changing the developer notes from:

php:
<?php
include('/homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site//WA_CMS/addtosite.php');
echo 
WA_getCMSContent($database_PowerCMSConnection$PowerCMSConnection'About Us''Content'false);
?>



to:

php:
<?php
include('/homepages/39/d327955887/htdocs/OLGTeens-Site/admin/WA_CMS/addtosite.php');
echo 
WA_getCMSContent($database_PowerCMSConnection$PowerCMSConnection'About Us''Content'false);
?>
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cldsk369146

Many thanks, that worked but templates not working right

Many thanks, that fix did work for the content. As I am testing it out though, in the admin when I created a new page based on the template, the new page's content replaces the real page, and the developer's notes do not work for the page created with a template.

Example: I created a page based on the template for the About Us.
The developer's notes for that page tell me that the link is template.php?About Us=1 which for my site would be: template.php?About%20Us=1

But instead of displaying the page, I get a 404 error. The content for the template page replaced the content on my page: about.php Even though I can see the actual page with the original content still in the Admin. When I delete the created template page, it goes back to my original content...how do I make the pages created with the templates work?

Many thanks for your help!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there is no file on the site named template.php.

You need to create the template.php page and add the developer notes to that page to display the content.

NOTE: Template content regions should not have spaces in the names.

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cldsk369146

Got it all to work, I misunderstood how templates were being used in PowerCMS....thanks so much for your help!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

excellent, glad to hear it is working.

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