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Wizard saves to Templates folder

Thread began 12/06/2009 1:16 am by info22862 | Last modified 12/07/2009 2:12 pm by Jimmy Wu | 667 views | 1 replies |


Wizard saves to Templates folder

When I use the Data Assist wizard all folders and files generated are saved under the /Templates folder. I can't seem to find any default setting to change this.

Clearly people are not building out full sites under their /Templates folder.

The work around involves moving them to another folder and correcting a bunch of links.

In addition, it always uses relative links instead of root links. If I could generate the pages with root links then the move to another location would be less painful.

Where am I missing this setting?

Thanks for your help.

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Jimmy Wu

In the first step of the wizard, what are the values input under the Pages section?

Also you can change the path to be relative to the site root if you want if you click on the folder icon next to each of the pages and changing the relative to drop down.

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