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Allan Blackett
Sat Aug 19, 17
4:46 PM
Hi Tim

ive been using Sytist as my full site, but now would like to just use it for the photo sales site, as I'm thinking of doing the front end etc with wordpress so that I can do more with SEO.

Is it possible to take my full site and move it to a subdirectory and just use the sales section?

Thanks

Allan
M Davis
Sun Aug 20, 17
12:37 AM
What does Wordpress have SEO wise that Sytist doesn't?
 
 
 
 
 
M. Davis
Allan Blackett
Sun Aug 20, 17
3:10 PM
One of the main things is not being able to keyword photos for SEO.
I do also struggle with the blog elements
M Davis
Sun Aug 20, 17
5:35 PM
I use a program called ACDSee Pro 10 to keyword and copyright images in the image metadata prior to upload.
I haven't looked at Wordpress recently... I am SEO conscience and knowledgeable.
Sytist equals or exceeds the proper SEO requirements.
Edited Sun Aug 20, 17 5:51 PM by M Davis
 
 
 
 
 
M. Davis
Tim - PicturesPro.com
admin
Mon Aug 21, 17
5:06 AM
 
 
 
 
 
Tim Grissett, DIA - PicturesPro.com || My Email Address: info@picturespro.com
Allan Blackett
Sun Oct 29, 17
5:47 PM
I finally plucked up the courage to try this and try to move sytist into a sub folder.

I created a directory called clients from my home, and moved all the sy- files along with index.php to this folder. Then I added the line to sy-config.php, see uploaded jpg
I went to www.kelticrose.co.uk/clients and the site appeared, but if i then clicked reviews or photos I got an error. It looks to be going to the right webpage eg kelticrose.co.uk/clients/photos....
Have i missed a step out, do I need to do something in the backend of sytist?


EDIT - I've just had a flash of inspiration, ive not moved the folders that I've created through sytist like photos. Is there a way of finding which folders these are?

Thanks

Allan
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Edited Sun Oct 29, 17 5:55 PM by Allan Blackett
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Tim - PicturesPro.com
admin
Mon Oct 30, 17
10:30 AM
There are folders associated with all the sections and top level pages you created. So if you click on a link to a section, look in the address bar and you can see the folder name in the URL.
 
 
 
 
 
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