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Thread began 6/30/2010 6:05 pm by sunsabbath76401977 | Last modified 6/30/2010 6:05 pm by sunsabbath76401977 | 452 views | 0 replies |

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I've installed xammp, added a password, ran Apache with Mysql, ran the status and all things are running except smpt plus ftp, cool...

I created a new Sitesculptor site, opened the index.php page, clicked in it and ran a F12, pre-view.

I get the 'Site Sculptor Content Management Install Wizard', in the browser.
I want to pre-view the site on a local server, not upload it onto the web.
How do I do this?

I checked the tutorials...


All focus on a dynamic sites development and upload sequence.
Please, how do I pre-view my sitesculptor site locally?

Ok, I ran the config in the 'Site Sculptor Content Management Install Wizard'.
Made up a name, password and database name: db1

Now, I'm in 'Content Mangement'.
Is there a tutorial to explain this GUI's practical application?
Ok, I checked CMS2.

The feature's do not cover the original pre-view request.
Please, how do I pre-view the Sitesculptor site on a xammp localhost sever browser?

Fantstic, I've cracked it!
Use the 'Content Managements GUI Home page and its hyper text on the left' to go to 'Home Page' which high lights in green when clicked on, then click on 'View this page' which is below the larger text 'Choose the content area you wish to edit below', on the right.

I hope this personal blog is of some use to someone. On reflection, I never understood the Sitesculptor Content Manager and its practical application: for example how it has to run its run the Sitesculptor site. I thought the 'Content Manager' was a just an dynamic site upload tool. Before this blog: Any sarcasm juncture opinion was absent of paranohia, now I'm not so sure...

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