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all definitions are in the includes/languages/english.php or the includes/languages/xxx(language u use)/xxx(whatever file you are working with)

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all definitions are in the includes/languages/english.php or the includes/languages/xxx(language u use)/xxx(whatever file you are working with)

 

It read I don't haver permission to to access 2005/catalog/admin/includes/ on this server.

 

This is all very new to me, and am not sure how to do everything.

 

http://vacshack.net/2005/catalog/index.php?cPath=45

 

I also don't need the definition but wanting to change where it says model, I would like it to say part.

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He didn't mean to go to the file in your browser, Go to that directory via ftp on your server and modify it. And by define, he meant in english.php you can define the text displayed. For example:

// checkout procedure text
define('CHECKOUT_BAR_DELIVERY', 'Delivery Information');
define('CHECKOUT_BAR_PAYMENT', 'Payment Information');
define('CHECKOUT_BAR_CONFIRMATION', 'Confirmation');
define('CHECKOUT_BAR_FINISHED', 'Finished!');

If you wanted 'Delivery Information' to say 'Delivery Procedures', you edit CHECKOUT_BAR_DELIVERY definition to 'Delivery Procedures'.

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Thanks Derek, guess I need to drop down to like when I wrote manuals for the Government, which is at the 4th grade . . .

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