Sorry 'bout that...didn't realize.
I gotta tell ya though...I've been getting some really strange answers from Support. And I'm not sure what to think.
Alright...I won't put a direct quote...but here's what I was told about this issue of being able to edit .html files in CM4ALL after publication:
Yes,You can view as well as edit the .html files created through CM4All in FileManager after publishing. However, it will not work. Hence, you should not use FileManager to edit the CMall Web site.
I then replied with,
"You say, "yes you can edit the .html files"...but then you say, "but it won't work".
I simply want to know if it is possible to directly edit the .html files created by CM4ALL. I don't care if it's with FileManager or FrontPage or whatever .html editor there is. I just want to know if I will have access, for example, to add specific .html code like a PayPal donate button, or Google Analytic code, etc. I just need to know if I will have access to edit the .html files of CM4ALL."
I was then replied to and told...ad libing of course ;-)
Previously, I had already informed you that it is possible, but it will not work. Hence, I request you not to edit it through FileManager.
So what are they saying? I can do it...but it won't work? Doesn't make sense. And I'm sincerely trying to investigate it if this program will work for what my client needs. This was my reply...and if someone who knows could answer...I'd certainly be appreciative!
Will it not work just through FileManager? Can I use another .html editor to edit the .html files?
It seemed like such a simple question.......oh well.....
Thanks much any all for whatever help you can lend.