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Editing the "What's New Here?


sadasiva

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All the text can be changed in the language files.

includes/languages/english.php or whatever language you are using

then all the folders/files inside of the language folder.

 

Check your

includes/languages/english.php for that particular line.

Wendy James

 

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.

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thanks for your time wendy,,

 

umm i looked all over that document for the second or third time,, i searched it with windows search and my php editor and i did not find that line..

 

are ya pulling my leg wendy??.. any i dea amongst the thousand lines of code where it is?,... as well as how to remove goofy 1st grade gif icons at the top right of the page.

 

i appreciate your help

thanks

Sam

 

All the text can be changed in the language files.

includes/languages/english.php or whatever language you are using

then all the folders/files inside of the language folder.

 

Check your

includes/languages/english.php for that particular line.

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OK - I found it, and i removed it and it is still there.. hmm..

 

thanks  for your time wendy,,

 

umm i looked all over that document for the second or third time,, i searched it with windows search and my php editor and i did not find that line..

 

are ya pulling my leg wendy??.. any i dea amongst the thousand lines of code where it is?,... as well as how to remove goofy 1st grade gif icons at the top right of the page.

 

i appreciate your help

thanks

Sam

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I am sorry I messed up. It is in your /includes/languages/english/index.php

define('HEADING_TITLE', 'What\'s New Here?');

 

Got a couple of choices on how to get rid of those images.

1. Edit all of the main site files that have that image and remove the call calling for it.

2. Get a contribution http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,2034

3. Find out what all the images are (can see them in your images directory) then replace them with a transparent gif. ie: make a transparent gif and name it the image you want to replace

Wendy James

 

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.

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umm i looked all over that document for the second or third time,, i searched it with windows search and my php editor and i did not find that line..

 

It's in the \includes\languages\english\index.php file. Note: make sure that if you search you don't look for "What's new here?" but you look for "What\'s new here?" (the escaped quote kept me from finding it initially.)

 

Wm

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