[Xerte] Re: Central Templates

Tom Reijnders reijnders at tor.nl
Wed Dec 18 09:06:39 GMT 2013

- Uploading new templates has changed.
So indeed, you need to upload the structure (not the zip) to the correct 
location (i.e. next to Nottingham in the modules/xerte/parent_template 
folder for a Xerte template)
Then press the refresh button.


Michael Chappell schreef op 18-12-2013 9:56:
> I'm trying to create a new central template, but can't seem to get it 
> to upload correctly.
> The documentation shows a button to upload new templates, yet every 
> time I navigate to the same page I am instructed to FTP the files to 
> the correct location and 'Refresh'. Doing this does not seem to work. 
> Has anyone else encountered this issue, or found a suitable fix?
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