WebYep Menu Problem!

I have a very serious problem with the menu element. It doesn’t show any of the page elements unless the “page.php” is present in the URL. Here is the site:

http://alberthermandraperies.com/test/

Notice that in the above URL, there isn’t any page element, but if you go to:

http://alberthermandraperies.com/test/index.php

the page element is there! WHY?!?!

Login: admin
Pass:

Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

TB

PS- if anyone knows of a way that I can get rid of that annoying “Unauthorized Program Alteration”, please let me know. I have submitted a ticket to ObDev for this. Thanks!


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Sometime around 3/9/09 (at 10:40 -0400) twb716 said:

if anyone knows of a way that I can get rid of that annoying
“Unauthorized Program Alteration”, please let me know.

Have you edited or moved any of the media files that are used to
brand the WebYep windows?

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Nope. Just installed the program. Have not changed a thing, and have purchased a white label version.

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I just received word from the developer that this will be fixed in the next release of WebYep. FYI.

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HelloTB,

You mentioned that you just have installed the programm WebYep for Freeway, can you explain me where you did this and what you choice was, please? Since I cannot find the download for Freeway5. Only for Dream and rapidweaver.

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Publish Relations
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You have to use the “Plain Version” of the WebYep program, along with the WebYep Freeway actions pack, which you can get here:

http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/me.html

Enjoy.

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Hello TB,

Many thanks for this fast response, I really appriciate that.
Unfortunately, I do still not understand were I can find the WebYep Freeway actions.
Is it something which I can choose during the installation?
The link you gave me put’s me at the “all about me” page.

Sorry, I am always carefully with installations, probabaly when I just installed it became
claear to me.

Kind regards,

Publish Relations,


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http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/actions.php

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Hello David,

Many thanks to you as well forthis fast replay.
I will just download it and see hopefully the option for the action of Freeway.

Kind regards,

Publish Relations


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Sometime around 6/9/09 (at 05:23 -0400) Publish Relations said:

Is it something which I can choose during the installation?

The WebYep Actions for Freeway is a commercial product that you (1)
buy from Max by going to http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/actions.php and
then (2) add to Freeway. Note that you also have to buy the WebYep
CMS separately, and that gets uploaded to your web site manually.

I use and like Max’s WebYep Actions. I recommend this approach highly.

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Hello K,

Many thanks too for this explanation.

I’ve found the upload thing on the site of Max, it is even included in the download package which TB wrote.

But, I still cannot find on the website of Max, where I can download and buy the Freeway action and how I have to add it to Freeway. probably it is explained on teh website of Max and do I not understand it, since English isn’t my native language.

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You can find it on the action page;

http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/2131/maxn.jpg

Op 6 sep 2009, om 16:22 heeft Publish Relations het volgende geschreven:

Hello K,

Many thanks too for this explanation.

I’ve found the upload thing on the site of Max, it is even included
in the download package which TB wrote.

But, I still cannot find on the website of Max, where I can download
and buy the Freeway action and how I have to add it to Freeway.
probably it is explained on teh website of Max and do I not
understand it, since English isn’t my native language.

Regards,

Publish Relations


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Sometime around 6/9/09 (at 10:22 -0400) Publish Relations said:

I still cannot find on the website of Max, where I can download and
buy the Freeway action

You buy the WebYep Freeway Action by visiting
http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/shop/html and clicking the “Buy this
action” box in the upper-right area of the page. :slight_smile:

You install it by dragging the WebYep-Actions.fwactionb and
WebYep-Extras.fwactionb files (these come in the WebYep Actions
package) into Freeway. It is really as simple as that!

Installing the WebYep CMS itself involves using an FTP ‘client’ tool
such as the well-respected Transmit (Transmit 5)
to do the following:

  1. Upload the “webyep-system” folder to the web-root level of your
    web space (where Freeway uploads your web site).

  2. Set the permissions of the “data” folder. (In Transmit, select the
    “data” folder, choose File > Get Info, and check all the different
    Permissions check boxes.)

  3. Edit the “config-inc.php” text file that’s inside the
    “webyep-system” folder to change the default editing login name and
    password.

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Thanks keith and ummm b8
cheers for showing how to use the online shop

I really do have to sort out the temporary website… it was only supposed to be temporary but I just haven’t had the time to change it.

all the best max


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Hello K and others,

Yes many thanks, I have already made a few possitive steps with help of your explanation. I have to wait since the website of the customer is running on my server. I am affraid that it will deliver new problems when I have to change the server location after I have implemented the WebYep.

So this week that website will be moved to the new server and than I will start with the real implementation of it.
Many thanks to all people here who have given me such great advice and support. I will let you all know when it has been implemented succefully.

Kind regards,

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You can design your site on a test server, and “move” it over once you are ready to go live by opening the “documents” file in the webyep-system/program folder and changing the paths, i.e. from “test/index.php” to “index.php”. Your content will be loaded into your live site, provided that you haven’t changed the names of specific items prior to uploading to your live site’s directory.

Please note that any links that are added using the Rich Text items, etc. might need to be adjusted to accommodate their new location. Best of luck to you.

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Hello TB,

Many thanks for this explanation as well, but to me it sounds a bit complex to be honest, since I don’t have any knowledge of php etc. Therefore I use Freeway :slight_smile:

This week I expect to go live on the real server and than I will try to implement WebYep. I’ll keep this forum updated,

Kind regards,

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For anyone who doesn’t know and for those people that have been having odd menu problems there is a new version 1.4.3 which tackles a few of the web-yep menu bugs
you can find the release note here

and download from here

all the best max


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Hello all,

Recently I’ve tried to install CMS on the server of the customer, however, that server has not much space unfortunately. Can anyone tell me how many space Web Yep needs on a server? And how can ypu check the space which is needed for the Freeway webdesign? It looks like that the level of used MB’s written behind the Freeway stored document in Finder isn’t all, is that corrcect?

Best regards,

Publish Relations
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The latest WebYep — Plain System (English) for example is only
1.1MB. (there will be nothing in the date folder)

If you want to see how much space your Freeway site is… navigate
to the site folder and command-i

If nether of those can be uploaded, its time seek a better hosting
package.


David

On 13 Sep 2009, at 11:49 am, Publish Relations wrote:

that server has not much space unfortunately. Can anyone tell me
how many space Web Yep needs on a server?


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