Hi And thanks for the replies.
I guess I want to know what is the proper and or typical way to use a Go-CMS Content stack. In the Go-CMS stacks package there are 4 stacks the GOCMS GoBase, GoBlog, GoContent and GoLock.
I am assuming that the developer spent considerable time making the extra GoContent stack and I would like to know that would be typically used by an expert wed designer.
On the GoCMS support pages the instructions say you can use a GoBlog stack or GoContent. Maybe that means and or. If there was video, like what @Nickcates made for cartloom, I probably would watch that over and over again instead of asking questions.
I also want to make sure I am not making any mistakes that might throw errors or the dreaded _application-call-back-fail-to-publish-RW-crash-fail-to-produce-logs.
I also need to find out which of my actions might make errors. For example if while testing I make a GoBlog page and then later delete it. Am I in danger of having that content try to update, or re-populate on a new replacement page.
For those who are testing blog entries and then want to delete the test content, how to they start over again?
I am using Foundation with the Foundation theme. All my equipment and software is updated to current (OS 10.14.3 RW8.1.7)
I think that I am not alone with having publishing problems lately, and that it is my understanding that problems multiply. For example 2 days ago I had my host re-direct to https, but then an application callback (probably caused by my fatal error of using a one column stack instead of a one column foundation stack) prevented my source code from matching (http vs https). When trying to figure that out I deleted my GoCMS pages, not understanding that my deletion did not clear the file tree on my server of the prior Go content.
I am just starting out on a newer maybe better FTP program, “Forklift 3” and maybe that will help me get some of these problems straightened out.
Thanks for the help, Marty