[ZDP] Welcome to the Zope Tutorial

Chris McDonough chrism@zope.com
Sat, 20 Jul 2002 20:36:53 -0400

Here's what happens on my system:

I visit the root folder of my Zope, logged in as admin.

>From the add list, I select Zope Tutorial.

On the form that asks me for an id, I type in "tutorial" and click

A screen entitled "Tutorial Examples" appears.  It has a button
"Begin Tutorial".  I click it.

When I click that button, another browser window pops open.  It has
two frames.  In the left hand frame it shows help system navigation.
In the right-hand frame it shows "Welcome to the Zope Tutorial"
screen, which tells me how to start to use the tutorial.  At the
bottom of the screen, there is a Next> button.  I click it.  I go on
to the first tutorial lesson.  From there, I can continue to click
Next> (or <Back) and the tutorial lessons are shown to me in order.

Which step here do you not get past?  What 'id' did you give to your

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Beck" <beckden@yahoo.com>
To: "Chris McDonough" <chrism@zope.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 20, 2002 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: [ZDP] Welcome to the Zope Tutorial

> Yes, Javascript is enabled.  When I press the Zope Tutorial
Button, what am I supposed to see?  I see the "Welcome to Zope
Tutorial" page.  Is that correct?
>  Chris McDonough wrote:Do you have JavaScript turned off in your
> Dennis Beck wrote:
> > I get the "Welcome to Zope Tutorial", now what am I supposed to
> > There is no next button, or any information on what to after you
> > and get this page. I tried going to the "Lesson 1. "Elvis Lives"
> > Page but I get an error at the top saying that:
> > Zope cannot find the tutorial examples. You should install the
> > examples before continuing. Choose "Zope Tutorial" from the
product add
> > list in the Zope management screen to install the examples.
> >
> > If you have already installed the tutorial, you can either
follow along
> > manually, or reinstall the tutorial examples. Note: make sure
that you
> > have cookies turned on in your browser.
> >
> > I have cookies turned on, and have reinstalled several times.
> > tutorial, at least, should be easy to use.
> >
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