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CMS is adding virtual instead of require_once?

Thread began 9/26/2014 11:36 am by julesN | Last modified 9/26/2014 1:26 pm by Jason Byrnes | 219 views | 4 replies |

julesN

CMS is adding virtual instead of require_once?

It has worked for years, but now all of a sudden, I have to hand code every page. Did I do something wrong? (Hosting company just changed to new servers - lots of issues since)

Using latest Power CMS on Mac 10.9.4

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In your site definition, there is a setting for:
Crate Links relative to

if you select to use Site, dreamweaver will use the virtual function for include files, you should select to use Document do that Dreamweaver will use require_once.

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julesN

Thank you!

I knew it had to be something totally simple!

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julesN

Would that also explain other glitches as well?

I also have cms files that don't want to upload to the server. I get an error that I have reached the user limit or that a firewall is blocking the file upload. Even if I have a ton of other files that uploaded successfully. And if I go back and try to upload the same files, they load successfully the next time.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, that would have nothing to do with the site settings in Dreamweaver, that would be a limit imposed by the host, you should contact them for details.

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