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Thread began 3/19/2011 8:06 am by sharonm423773 | Last modified 3/27/2011 6:24 pm by bocobongesh | 1300 views | 8 replies |

sharonm423773

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I've been through the tutorials for powerstore 4. I want to fully customize my store. CMS is OK but it's not providing me the tools I need. Do you have complete documentation for this product?

My web development company purchased the supersuite so I am familiar with your products and know how to customize style sheets, etc. to achieve the look I want.

I don't know how to do the same with PowerStore.

Also, I need to know if there is a way to install powerstore in a folder that is named something other than PowerStore Files.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

All of the available documentation for power store is on the power store support page:
powerstore/



If there is something specific you are trying to accomplish that is not addressed in the documentation, please post your question here.




You can rename the powerstore files folder to anything you like.

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sharonm423773

I need to modify the templates for the store so that it looks like the rest of our website. I don't see any means of doing this in the Store Manager. I don't see style sheets for home.css and content.css like Site Assist generates.

I added our logo; it doesn't fit in the space provided. I want to use this application but if I can't customize it, I will have to return it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the css files for the store are located in the webassist/themes/<your theme>/css folder.


you can modify the css here however you like.

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sharonm423773

The path you referenced doesn't exist under PowerStore Files.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you need to replace <your theme> with the name of the theme you are using.

for example, if i am using the default theme, the css will be at;
webassist/themes/Default/css


or if I am using the purple theme, the css will be at:
webassist/themes/Purple/css

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sharonm423773

The webassist folder was not included in my powerstore download.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it is inside the install folder and will be moved to the root of the power store site when you run the install script.

If you are updating an already created site, you need to manually move the install/webassist folder to the root of your site.

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bocobongesh

Hey Sharron

Did you solve the problem?
I have the same concern.
I want to use Powerstore with my own design.

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