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query from a complete PW3 rookie

Thread began 7/10/2010 7:11 am by rasputin307444 | Last modified 7/12/2010 1:04 pm by Jimmy Wu | 720 views | 1 replies |


query from a complete PW3 rookie

Hi gang. I have PowerStore3 and MySQL connected up on my FreeBSD VPS.
We are using BBEdit and Dreamweaver CS4 (from Adobe Creative Suite Web Premium CS4).

Is there a default .HTM file (and a CSS file) that are used for when one looks at the basic install,

Currently, my login takes me to <>.

Where would a "skin" or "entry" file get inserted and with what base file links?
Where would the all-site CSS file go?

I am about to install all my SuperSuite, subscription, and extra-PowerStore files, and wish to know where my stylistic and structural focus is to be.


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Jimmy Wu

Not sure what you mean by default .htm file. The pages are php based and are based off of a template. The templates that the pages are based on are located in the Templates directory.

The css files are located in the css and CSSMenuWriter directories.

Not sure what you mean by skin or entry file.

For your extensions install, I would recommend installing one and then testing it out and getting familiar with it before installing the next. Since there are so many extensions, getting to understand them individually first would be helpful to being successful with the extensions.

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