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CMS -> Add content to PowerCMS

Thread began 10/02/2012 8:45 am by info399547 | Last modified 10/03/2012 10:31 am by Jason Byrnes | 571 views | 4 replies |

info399547

CMS -> Add content to PowerCMS

When I add content to PowerCMS the script adds this line

<?php require_once("WA_CMS/WA_CMS.php"); ?>

NO folder is then created containing such file

Any solution?

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JamieEff

have you refreshed the 'files' window in dreamweaver as once pcms is installed, there should be similar in structure to the attached image....as you can see there, there is a folder called 'WA_CMS'

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info399547

the structure cannot be like your picture because i already have an index.php that belongs to the site so i must keep powercms in it's own folder.
surely you guys must have thought of that??

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JamieEff

firstly, when you say 'you guys' I am just a user like yourself...am just trying to help out.

now, the index.php file in my image is one that I created myself and isnt created by the PCMS installation....

If you keep the PCMS structure within the powercms folder that you have created (which I wouldnt recommend) then you would need to edit the path in
So where you currently have
<?php require_once("WA_CMS/WA_CMS.php"); ?>

to reflect where that is being found in relation to the root...
So, you could try
<?php require_once("powercms/WA_CMS/WA_CMS.php"); ?>

I hope that this helps.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Power CMS builder will add the files to the root of your site.

I recommend adding Power CMS to your site as the first step.

Try deleting the PowerCMSConnection file from the Connections folder and adding a new content area to trigger creating the files.

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