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Suggestions for next PowerCMS release

Thread began 7/11/2012 2:40 pm by Steve | Last modified 7/20/2012 2:28 pm by toms016390756 | 537 views | 3 replies |


Suggestions for next PowerCMS release

The current iteration uploads files to the root area of the website but the problem comes when the installation uses common names for support files that may already be present.

Suggestion, PowerCMS should create and use a folder called "pcms_images" rather than using "images" which is too common. And then using a file called logo.jpg in the root/images directory is just looking for problems.

PS: I notice that Framework still has problems with not properly updating the Title fields on templates as well as still bringing in the charset values from any linked plugins.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I am moving this to the wishlist forum where it will be more visible to the engineering team

In the mean time, to work around the issue, i would suggest adding PCMS to the site first before adding any of your content to prevent conflicts.

Also for the meta tags, dont include the charset meta tag in the plugin pages

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DarylBeta Tester

Im with Steve on this one!

I have started renaming all my folders before I add PCMS to site_images, site_css, site_js etc etc to stop conflicts.

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