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images for templates

Post by bpmbpm » Sun 26. Apr 2009, 17:32

hello guys

I am trying phpwcms because it seems a very very good cms without a ton of useless features, and it seems to be very flexible for the sites I will probably need to build

I am trying to build a template, I am just curious where should we upload template images? should it be done via the interface or via FTP?

I know these questions are not that important but I'd like to understand how phpwcms has been thought, I might use it a lot because I really like the intuitive interface with no frills

in the folder upload/ there's an htaccess file containing 'deny from all' so I guess this isn't the correct location to place files...

thanks for any reply ;)

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Re: images for templates

Post by update » Sun 26. Apr 2009, 17:49

Hello!
If you don't mind then please read all of http://www.phpwcms-docu.de/english_version.phtml at first. Very few questions will remain afterwards (hopfully).
...and please check back if there is something left answered not sufficiently enough (no - check back anyway ;) )
Yes, you are right: this piece of cms is amongst the most flexible ones if not the most flexible at all :lol:
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Re: images for templates

Post by bpmbpm » Mon 27. Apr 2009, 00:52

I like the docu-wiki, however that's for general explanations and I can't find everything there, maybe because I'm not used to phpwcms so far, I mean when you don't know how to use something you don't even know what exactly to look for...

for example, I've searched how to replace the default '>' in the breadcrumb with something else but I haven't found it in the docu

if this can be considered 'contributing' I'm willing to send all this minor stuff I can't find / don't understand through the contact page of the docu, I suppose it's the same stuff that other guys can't find

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