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Design Extender vs Power CMS

Thread began 7/08/2013 3:47 pm by julesN | Last modified 7/09/2013 10:20 am by Jason Byrnes | 412 views | 1 replies |


Design Extender vs Power CMS

I have had Power CMS on its own, and I now have Design Extender. How do I know which version I have used on a client's site? I just tried to do an upgrade on a client's site, and it was full of errors. I don't know if I've done something wrong or had the wrong version on his site.

If I had the Power CMS version, is there any way that I can delete it and use Design Extender's version instead, without losing all of his edits. Will the database work with Design Extender's version?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

judging by your order history, it looks like you would have used the stand alone Power CMS Builder.

if you like, i can look at your site to see what is wrong with the upgrade.

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