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edited October 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I am using vanilla and working with the PageManager extension. I know many have had problems with it, but I just had one question. In of the discussion, Sirnot mentions: "It's here if you want to try it out. Just make sure the root vanilla directory's writable and this'll enable you to create/edit/delete tabs as well as change their order." What does 'root vanilla directory' mean? For example, if I installed vanilla in the root directory and not in a subdirectory, then i cannot make a 'public_html' directory writable, can i? Any ideas?


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    You can make the public_html directory writable if you wanted though it's not recommended, if it needs the root directory writable then I suggest using a subdomain or moving it into a folder off public_html or the like.
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    NickENickE New
    edited March 2006
    Well, actually all you need to do is make sure the extension file can write to the extensions folder (or wherever else you may have set it to), as that's where it stores the settings. When I have the time I think I'm just going to have it rewrite the Menu class instead of attempting to set itself as a rendering control, that way it should work for everyone.
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    That would be great SirNot!
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    where do you get the pagemanager extension? my search results were inconclusive
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    Hi, When I fill the "URL Tab" with the following, "" , the tab brings me to instead of going straight to . Is this suppose to work as mentioned above? Thanks
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    I would guess you need to prefix that with an http://
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    You are absolutely correct onetwentyeight :)
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