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Multiple (duplicate) extension folders

Thread began 4/04/2011 7:03 am by nibo | Last modified 4/04/2011 1:52 pm by Jason Byrnes | 830 views | 1 replies |

nibo

Multiple (duplicate) extension folders

I've installed the Super Suite and been using it to build a web site.

When I look in the webassist folder I can see what seem to be duplicate folders. i.e. there is a html_editor folder and a kfm folder in the web assist folder, however there is also a kfm folder inside the html_editor folder.

There is also a ckeditor folder in webassist, but there is also a ckeditor folder in the html_editor folder. All of them seem to be duplicating the files in the other folders.

Is there a reason for this? Do I need them all? What determines what page element uses which extension folder?

Also, in a related question, when I use Dreamweaver to synchronize my local site to the server thousands of files in the webassist folder need to be uploaded EVERYTIME!. This can't be right. What is happening and what can be done to fix it.

I am using the cloak feature of Dreamweaver to hide some files and folders from the synchronize process. Are there some of the folders in the webassist folder which I could "cloak"?

Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the /html_editor/editor/plugins/kfm folder is used by pages that where created with HTML Editor 2

the /webassist/kfm folder is used by pages created using HTML Editor 3.


The files in the webassist folder wont change from upload to upload and wont need to be synced each time.

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