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delo01 says

Hey guys

I bought a template thinking it was wordpress but turned out to be html… I am clueless about how to install it.

Does anyone have any good links to a solution or anyone offer advice as I am pulling my hair out at this stage.

Thanks in advance

Dave

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squaredWeb says

Well, usually you would open the themes .html / .htm files with a codeeditor and manually enter all your content (images, texts etc.) into the appropriate places.

Then you basically just have to upload all the files to your server using an ftp program.

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creativestuff says

hi I’ve developed a CMS that will allow you to add content easily (like a simplified wordpress) if you are interested please contact me at bgaby88 at yahoo com for a demo and details

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imstrategy says

how the steps to upload all the files to the server using an ftp program? thanks…

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Bedros says

Hi,Just follow the steps…
I hope this helps

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4mBKXwjaq0

Kind Regards,
Bedros

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