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Thread began 8/31/2011 12:32 pm by gruant2000381341 | Last modified 9/06/2011 10:58 am by Jason Byrnes | 1519 views | 13 replies |

gruant2000381341

walkthru request

I asked this awhile back but I am having problems. I tried this morning 3 times to update cms102 to the newest ckeditor, but I am missing somthing. I have the html editor 3 extension installed and just want to update cms 102 for the ie9 issues.
Any chance for a full detailed walkthru?

oops, sorry i just noticed i put this in the pcms builder forum instead of the cms one

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Go to WebAssist -> Forms -> HTMLEditor -> Site Settings. Make sure the upload directory is set to files. make sure the localhost connection is selected.

on the security tab, make sure the Administrator account is used for the Allow Access to option, and set the failed redirect to the admin/users_login.php page.

On the insert and update pages:
Delete the existing HTML Editor instance on the page, then insert a new one using html editor 3.

Set the name of the instance to "ContentValue".

On the insert page, the default value should be left blank. On the update page, paste this to the default value:

php:
<?php echo(($totalRows_HistoryUpdate 0)?((isset($_POST['ContentValue']) && $row_HistoryUpdate['HistoryValue'] != $_POST['ContentValue'])?$row_WADAContents['ContentValue']:$row_HistoryUpdate['HistoryValue']):$row_WADAContents['ContentValue']); ?>
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gruant2000381341

yes those are the same instructions I received before, and I just can't get it to work.
I have been trying to create an instance on a new page and use that code to replace the ones on the insert and update pages...but I just can't get it to mesh up correctly. I was hoping for more of a total walkthru step by step...from soup to nuts.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

that is the only walk through we have available.

I have followed the steps outlined and not had a problem

I think the problem is that you are adding it to a new page, then trying to copy and paste to the insert and update pages.

apply the HTML Editor instance directly to the insert and update pages rather than copying from another page.

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gruant2000381341

1.make sure the localhost connection is selected.
where can i hard code that in ? when i try to use the site settings "wizard", it keeps building that folder outside of my cms folder instead of inside like it always has been

2.on the security tab, make sure the Administrator account is used for the Allow Access to option,
there is no option for this in the wizard, how/where do i edit the code for the security assist features already in cms102

3.Delete the existing HTML Editor instance on the page
do i delete all of this?
<?php
// WebAssist iRite: Rich Text Editor for Dreamweaver
$WARichTextEditor_1 = CreateRichTextEditor ("ContentValue", "../HTMLEditor/", "713px", "400px", "Custom", "../custom/contents_insert_ContentValue1.js", "".((isset($_POST["ContentValue"]))?$_POST["ContentValue"]:"") ."");
?>

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

1 - 2) Before you edit the solution pack files, you will need to make sure your Dreamweaver site is defined so that the solution pack files are the root of the Dreamweaver site, you can change the site definition back after the update is done.

3) Yes, that is correct.

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gruant2000381341

I applied those changes, but I am still stuck on the security tab. I do not have security assist installed on this computer.....so I can't change that from everyone to administrator. And since I can't change that, it will not allow me to set a fail url.

I also got an error message when I opened the insert page in xampp
Warning: strpos() [function.strpos]: Empty delimiter in C:\xampp\htdocs\myContent\CSSMenuWriter\cssmw\menu.php on line 6

but I think that is because i edited the site definition to get those folders built in the correct place..i dunno

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gruant2000381341

what do I do about the security stuff?

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gruant2000381341

okay, did I hit some sort of question limit or something?
I am trying really hard not to get nasty, but it is getting a little difficult...as I feel I am being ignored.

your exact description of the item I am stuck on is this:
"on the security tab, make sure the Administrator account is used for the Allow Access to option, and set the failed redirect to the admin/users_login.php page."

I do not see any way to select said Administrator account....maybe I am missing something.
I do not have security assist installed, and the version that I do own is an old one. I have no desire to purchase this to simply update my pcms102. I am simply trying to update the ckeditor so that it will work with ie9. And since I asked in another thread about an update, you told me to simply follow these 4 steps to update it....that's what I decided to do. I decided to update it myself because no date was given of an update offered by WA.

I am not the type of person who would simply tell my clients to "just use another browser like chrome or firefox" so that I could be finished with the problem.

So please, can I get some clarification on what I am to do about the security tab issue that I am having? I have not even been able to fully test yet, because of the error that I also posted in this thread. I have a hinky feeling that this is not going to be resolved before the long weekend, so I will get to sit here and stew some more.

If you are simply working on a fix for me, I apologize...but I feel I was making progress then all communication stopped for some reason

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You will need to install Security Assist in order to select the administrator user.

You say:
"I do not have security assist installed, and the version that I do own is an old one."

Security assist version 1.1.9 is the version that should be used for this, if the "old one" is the version you have, that is the version available to you in the download center. you do not need to use version 2.

once you have installed security assist you will be able to select the administrator user and proceed


as for the error message, please send a copy of the CSSMenuWriter\cssmw\menu .php file so i can see the code at line 6

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