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HTML editor is "missing" from Power CMS admin area

Thread began 7/10/2013 2:33 pm by sandy170299 | Last modified 7/11/2013 12:41 pm by sandy170299 | 368 views | 8 replies |

sandy170299

HTML editor is "missing" from Power CMS admin area

When I load the page, admin_cms/contents_update.php?ContentID=1, my HTML editor is missing from the screen. Jason, I know that we resolved this previously, when I tried altering the HTML editor's styles, but I haven't done anything with this one - this is a new site, brand new install. Can you remember what else we did to fix this? Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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sandy170299

I'm uploading the site now and will send a private message when you can view it.

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sandy170299

Now I'm stuck on the install step again, step 4 of 5. It won't save my user name and password to the database. For the life of me, I can't remember the workaround. I always end up creating the site locally first, and then uploading it to the server, but it always wants to go through the install again and step 4 of 5 always fails. Sorry - can't remember the fix for this!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Originally Said By: sandy170299
  Now I'm stuck on the install step again, step 4 of 5. It won't save my user name and password to the database. For the life of me, I can't remember the workaround. I always end up creating the site locally first, and then uploading it to the server, but it always wants to go through the install again and step 4 of 5 always fails. Sorry - can't remember the fix for this!  
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sandy170299

Please see private message...

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sandy170299

Jason, I created the tables manually, using the Power CMS script, and then I copied my local wa_settings table up to the server, and now I can log in and bypass the install screen step 4 of 5. However, I'm still not sure why I get stuck on this step, after I set up a site locally first.

Does this sound familiar to you at all? Does it have something to do with the .htaccess file in the kfm/themes directory? I thought you had me delete that file for some reason on another site, but I can't remember why. Do you remember why?

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sandy170299

FYI, I still don't have the HTML editor in my Power CMS Admin Area, so I still need help with that. I'm sending FTP info in a private message.

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sandy170299

Jason, I think I missed your phone call. If you're available, I'm back at my desk now. Thank you.

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