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Re: [publican-list] Publican Website Creation

Hi, Jeff. No worries. I decided to try version 2.1 in CentOS 6.5. I'm now able to publish a working website.

I see that Fedora and Publican have both released new versions, so I might give those a try, but for now, version 2.1 seems to be working for me.

Just in case anyone else is having similar issues, I did attempt to go back and try your suggestions. I think I've done everything you mentioned, but I still don't see labels.js or products_menu.html. I searched my file system but it returned nothing. It's possible I'm still doing something wrong.


On 12/19/2013 5:24 PM, Jeff Fearn wrote:
Hi dave, sorry for missing this email.

On 12/16/2013 10:32 AM, Dave Cushman wrote:
I'm attempting to publish a documentation website from my Fedora 19 machine using Publican 3.2.1, but I haven't been successful in getting the content to display properly.  I'm following the instructions in Chapter 7 of the 3.2 Users' Guide for building the website manually.  Everything appears to be going well, but when I attempt to browse to the website where I've published the content, I get 404 errors for the following files:
These files get created/updated when you run update_site based upon what books are installed or settings in the site config file.
<server name>/docs/en-US/labels.js
labels.js is based on the 'title' parameter from the site config and the names of installed books.

<server name>/docs/en-US/products_menu.html
products_menu.html is based on installed books.

<server name>/docs/footer.html
footer.html is based on 'footer' parameter from the site config.

I've attempted to restart the entire process a few times, and I've searched for these errors online, but no luck in solving the problem.  Am I missing something simple?

Thank you for any help you can provide.
Can you confirm that title and footer are set in the site config, that you have at least one book installed, and that you ran update_site after that?

If that is all true, then can you search over your file system to see if those files are being created in the wrong place?

Cheers, Jeff.

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