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question about reinstalling the Super Suite I bought back in 2011

Thread began 7/26/2017 11:15 pm by lr_leal239405 | Last modified 7/27/2017 11:33 am by Ray Borduin | 136 views | 3 replies |

lr_leal239405

question about installation order for the Super Suite I bought back in 2011

I had to reinstall Windows and all programs fresh. So, now I have to reinstall all the Webassist's Super Suite apps from 2011 (besides the updates that I still have in a downloads folder. I don't remember where issues where but I know there was an order in which they have to be installed. I am using Dreamweaver 6. From the list below, can you tell me if there's a particular order I should follow? (and which not to install)

1 Site Import 3,
1 DataAssist 2,
1 Dynamic Dropdowns,
1 eCart 5,
1 Eric Meyer's CSS SCULPTOR 3,
1 Pro Maps for Google,
1 CSS Menu Writer 2,
1 Surveyor,
1 Dynamic Web Charts,
1 Jeffrey Zeldman's Web Standards Advisor,
1 Theme-It,
1 Site Sculptor,
1 Technical Support Ticket,
1 Framework Builder,
1 Image Resizer,
1 CSS Form Builder ,
1 Dynamic Connections,
1 Form Toolkit,
1 HTML Editor,
1 Social Media Toolkit,
1 PowerCMS Builder,
1 SecurityAssist,
1 Bing Search Toolkit,
1 Validation Tooltips for Spry,

Thanks.

Levin

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What version of Dreamweaver are you using?

Probably just install eCart last and you should be good. Usually installing by date from oldest to newest is your best bet. If you upgrade to the latest versions you wouldn't have to worry about installation order. That is one of the reasons we consolidated to just 4 products.

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lr_leal239405

I have Dreamweaver 6 (didn't want to use CC because of issues I had). So....what is the latest 4 product suite that you consolidated to and does it have all the apps the original suite came with? (Maybe I'll purchase it). Does it employ the latest Mysqli? (I had one website where the db was broken because the servers where updated to php 7). That would be a reason for me to get it if I can't just update the code. Thanks for your help Ray.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It has most of the tools. A couple have been discontinued like Theme It and web standards advisor.

We have added a MySQLi server behaviors extension that allows you to do MySQLi recordsets and database interactions, but it isn't integrated into DataAssist site builders yet. There are quite a few other additions and improvements particularly to DataAssist.

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