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eCart6 CSS and js files outside public_html folder

Thread began 7/09/2015 7:41 pm by randy153228 | Last modified 7/10/2015 12:35 am by Ray Borduin | 191 views | 3 replies |

randy153228

eCart6 CSS and js files outside public_html folder

The Display Manager for eCart6 puts the CSS and js folders in the WA_eCart folder that is on the same level as the public_html folder (outside the publicly available folder). However, my view cart page will not access them even though they are on the server as I have checked with an outside ftp program. Am I doing something wrong?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, when you set up your connection for your site in Dreamweaver you should tell it to use the public_html subfolder so that all files are automatically placed under that subfolder.

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randy153228

I do have it set that way on the remote server but if I set it that way on the local drive it puts my dream weaver connections folder in the public_html and I didn't think that was wise since my passwords are in there

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

They need to be in there, since they are accessed by php pages on the site. It isn't a danger, people can't view the code on php pages, just the html that is written to the page.

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