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Modify site created in Older Ver of SA

Thread began 8/12/2009 10:17 pm by info242476 | Last modified 9/21/2009 12:35 pm by Anna Robinson | 1437 views | 5 replies |

info242476

Modify site created in Older Ver of SA

I have multiple sites created using SA 3 using DW8. I have upgraded to SA Pro using DW CS4. I do not get the option to modify the SA site using DWCS4.

Is there a way to modify these sites in DW CS4 using SA Pro?

Thanks!

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Eric Mittman

Site Assist Pro will not be able to edit sites created with the earlier versions, it is more like a new product than an update like the other versions of SiteAssist. The older sites will still function the same without updating them, however if you want to use SiteAssist Pro to edit the sites you would need to recreate them in that version. If you have not seen any of the support resources please take a look at the SiteAssist Pro support page, there are many helpful documents and guides that can show you how to get the most out of SiteAssist Pro.

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info242476

Thanks Eric

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Eric Mittman

Your welcome, sorry if that wasn't the answer you were looking for.

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jo233160

Well, I can't import files!

I am having the same problem - I'm trying to import quite a large site from SiteAssist to Site Assist Pro and I cannot find how to. Please could you point out the exact location of a help file relating to this? Thanks.

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Anna Robinson

There is not a direct way to convert a SiteAssist site to a SiteAssist Professional site. In order to bring SiteAssist Pro code up to modern standards, the architecture has really changed, prohibiting us from converting old code to new that easily. Like Eric mentions, SiteAssist Pro is really a new product, not just a newer version of SiteAssist.

You can, however, use the New Layout wizard to import a DWT (DWT must be copied into your defined site in order to select it in the wizard), then you would need to build out your sub-pages from there.

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