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Framework with Site Sculptor CMS?

Thread began 8/27/2010 2:48 pm by elevy388997 | Last modified 12/08/2010 8:13 am by Laurent | 1095 views | 4 replies |

elevy388997Beta Tester

Framework with Site Sculptor CMS?

How can I go about adding framework plug-in's into a site with the CMS? For this application, I have a contact page where I want a form to show up on the right side. I made a table with two columns and a contactform.php page that just has the form.


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Hi, first you have to make a php contact page apart from your site, with no template or design ex.: contact_form.php, then in your contact page ex.: contact.php apply the framework wizzard like in the video.

Framework is not well design so you would experiment some errors like I did and still do, for example the function rel2abs() is called twice from a WA folder and the framework folder, so when you get that error in your server just do this: look for the framework.php page in the framework folder and just put find and replace rel2abs() and change it for rel2abs1 and that will solve that problem.

The other issue that I experiment is when using Universal Email 4, if you validate your form, for example the user spells wrong the captcha, the page will refresh with no template, just your contact_form.php and not your contact.php page with your contact_form.php insterted in it as it should be

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elevy388997Beta Tester

Hmm, so I have to add the contact form in dreamweaver and no way through the online CMS when logged in as admin?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the form could created in the cms admin, but you would need to add universal email in Dreamweaver.

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rel2abs() and abs2rel() redeclaration errors

theses 2 functions are redeclared in WA_CMS/library.php

a work around is to add

if (!function_exists('rel2abs') ) {... }


if (!function_exists('abs2rel') ) {...}

respectively for the 2 function declarations, but i guess this should be corrected by the WA Team in the next release, isnt it ?


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