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Site Sculptor with PowerCMS

Thread began 2/08/2012 8:22 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 2/08/2012 11:01 pm by Ray Borduin | 500 views | 1 replies |

jo271221

Site Sculptor with PowerCMS

I just created a site with Site Sculptor and added PowerCMS. I attempted to follow the tutorial on the CMS replacement files, but none of my paths seem to work correctly.
When I had the powercms admin_cms/index.php on the server the page was blank. I had renamed the files on my local from the initial admin to admin_cms per the help doc and published them and those files work, but they keep directing to admin/ verses admin_cms pages. What I am I suppose to do? Use admin or admin_cms? Use the site assist files or power cms files? Also for new designs what is the differences between site sculptor and design extender?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

There is no difference in designs in Design Extender and Site Sculptor.

Design Extender does use the latest version of PowerCMS with site sculptor to match PowerCMS builder, so it avoids any upgrade steps you are going through now.

You should be using admin_cms after the upgrade and can delete the admin folder.

A blank page means an error on the page... perhaps some files weren't uploaded. Make sure you have uploaded all of the files and the admin_cms section should work. If not we can open a support incident and have someone look into it with you.

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