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PowerCMS Builder 1.0.1

Thread began 7/16/2011 2:58 pm by neilo | Last modified 8/13/2012 1:28 pm by theorytl401135 | 1583 views | 13 replies |

neilo

PowerCMS Builder 1.0.1

Hi,

Does this release now allow the cms to be installed in to its own directory, and can it now be used to fully manage (DW integration) existing PowerCMS installations that are in thier own (cms) directory?

THanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, that has not been changed in this update.


Most likely, that will not be changed until Power CMS Builder 2 is released

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neilo

Cheers Jason.

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theorytl401135

Hey Jason,

Was checking to see if the feature to have PowerCMS in a sub-directory was part of the last update? I noticed that PowerCMS is currently on version 2.1.1 and last year you said that it would have this feature. Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, this is not implemented yet.

Power CMS Builder (The Dreamweaver Extension) is at version 1.0.1


Power CMS (The solution pack) is at version 2.1.1.

The solution pack is a manual install process, Power CMS Builder is installed to the site using Dreamweaver.

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theorytl401135

Oh I see. I thought it did and now I'm in a bind because I have placed my cms files in a sub-directory called "admin/" that contains the PCMSB and other admin tools. I need to be able to use PCMSB from that location.

Do you have any other suggestions in the meanwhile?

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

If you placed the CMS Files in that location, you are using the solution pack, not the Power CMS Builder extension.

The CMS Builder Extension would install the CMS File for you automatically.

The CMS Solution pack is installed manually and is used outside of Dremaweaver.

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theorytl401135

Hey Jason,

I am not using the Solution Pack.

I created a site for my admin while developing it so I created the CMS within that site. Then I took the admin folder and added it to my actual site as a sub-directory. So I have powercms builder in a sub directory in the current site that I am working with. What I need to know is how can I use the powercms builder from that sub-directory?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you wont be able to use the CMS Builder in Dreamweaver in this instance. You will need to manually add the developer notes code from the PCMS Admin to your pages instead of using the extension to add or manage editable regions.

Since the CMS is not installed at the root of the Dreamweaver site, you will need to use it as if it where the solution pack.

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theorytl401135

Hey Jason, is there anyway that I can user PCMS on the site as it regularly is implemented and then manage from the sub-directory?

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