It can reside in a subfolder or the root folder. If you’re working on a project in a subfolder then you can put the ‘webyep-system’ folder in there and the rest of your template files. That’s how I work on them. Are you using any kind of .htaccess file for the root folder?
I have a video, available for purchase, on installing webyep on my site, just click the link in the signature bar to head over to my store and select premium from the top menu, then look for WebYep E1 which handles installation.
Thanks. I have all four of your webyep tutorials and recommend highly for others. But, I didn’t recall any mention of the webyep system location options. I am uploading files to my subfolder and webyep system has also been relocated there. I am using your box model - another great tutorial.
I’ve never done anything with the .htaccess file.
I am getting an error
Fatal error: Call to undefined function webyep_menu() in …
Must be something basic. Thanks
Thanks for your help and keep those tutorials coming. Not sure you cover much on the WebYep menu action and I need to learn more about the loop action. Two applications I am working on right now heavily depend on using a menu to access various levels of information.
Keep up the great work Dan. Can’t wait to see your new site.