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Modify old site

Thread began 10/27/2010 1:11 am by faniediv376426 | Last modified 10/27/2010 1:32 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1265 views | 1 replies |


Modify old site

I have created a website using siteassist prof about 12 months ago.
I have replaced my computer, loaded dreamweaver cs4 and downloaded siteassist 1.09.
I cannot remember what layout etc I used. I need to add some pages and menu items.
I opened the template file: siteassistpro_templete as well as my index or home file.
But cannot find the modify site command; only the new site command.
What can I do to have siteassist recognise my site?
How can I modify my menu etc, without modify command.
Can the web be imported as it is?
site is

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when you move the site files from the old computer to the new computer, you will need to move the entire Templates directory.

An XML File is created in this directory that tells Site Assist that a site has already been created, if this file is missing, you will not have the option to edit the site, instead you will have the option to create a new one.

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