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Could someone take a look at this


worldheadja

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Hi this is the osc template i purchase, i'm still trying to customise it to fit my needs but i'm running into walls.

The special offer images and links at the buttom of the page is one of my walls, i would like to change the link and picture, thus far the only way i can change the picture is by giving the new image the same name. but i cannot find out how to change the link. Can someone help my to make the change the correct way?

PLEEEEZZEE :( the link is below.

 

http://osc.template-help.com/9587/index.php

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a href=http://osc.template-help.com/9587/index.php?cPath=30><img src=images/m32.jpg width=255 height=104 border=0>

 

Change the above information to your new image name and link. I think you can find this info on the index.php probably right before <!-- body_eof //-->

 

Good luck,

Moon

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Holy-moly, I just viewed your source code a little closer. You have a ton of linkchanging work to do...

 

Have fun!

Moon

 

 

Thanks Moon,

 

Ok but even if i found the link and can change the image name, how do i set the link to point to a product that will be created?

If you were to click the link on the template one of them points to a signle product while the other points to a category. how to i set these through admin panel..... shouldn't it be possible through admin?

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I am sorry but I have never messed with a templete version of Oscommerce. You might be able to edit it in admin, I am not sure.

You can change the code and point them anywhere you want.

a href=http://osc.template-help.com/9587/index.php?cPath=30>

 

This is the call to the product. Rename it like this...

a href=http://yoursite.com/index.php?cPath=30>

 

The cPath is the path to the product.

The easiest way to do it is to call the product you are linking too up in your web browser (internet explorer for example).

Then select and copy the url in your address bar.

Now replace http://osc.template-help.com/9587/index.php?cPath=30 with your url.

This url could point to any product, catagory or page you wish.

 

 

Have fun!

Moon

"Woohoo, Just Havin Funnn!"

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