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site assist and php?

Thread began 6/29/2009 8:14 am by roby258376 | Last modified 7/01/2009 8:09 am by Neil Beadle | 2086 views | 3 replies |


site assist and php?

I am not able to find where to set my default pages in Site assist Professional to be php pages rather than html page.

So, I created my site using site assist professional. It generated all the pages as .html Renamed them in dreamweaver, thereby updating all references. Great. Go back into site assist to edit the site, and guess what, new pages are created with .html.

This of course would render this extension useless for sites that need php. Am I doing something wrong?


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Justin Nemeth

In your site definition, choose PHP/MySQL as the testing server model.

- edit your DW site definition
- go to the "testing server" category
- change the server model dropdown to PHP

Now, when you run SiteAssist Pro, it will pick up that setting and use .php file extensions for you.

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Thanks, I'll give that a try.

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Neil Beadle

SiteAssist Professional Getting Started Guide

The beginning of the SiteAssist Professional Getting Started Guide includes instructions for defining your site for PHP.


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