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murr0171

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I am trying to set up a credit card account so I can process people's orders. However, they require that the return policy be clearly posted on the site. I clicked on a shipping and returns link and got nothing. So, I went into the admin pages and couldn't find anything in there about returns.

 

Can anyone help?

 

Thanks

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if you using a standard OsC install you will have to write your own return policy, on the first page of your site there should be a box on the left that says "Information", the first item I believe is Shipping and Returns.

 

This is where your policy would be, to edit the policy go to

 

catalog/shipping.php

 

In the code scroll down to about the middle and and look for

	<td class="main"> </td>

In between > and < write your policy you can write this in HTML

so basicaly you could copy and paste this format, just copy the td class main and the /td tags

<td class="main>

<h4> shipping & returnpolicy<h4>  <--heading>
<p> write a paragraph</p> <--first paragraph>
<p> another paragraph etc. </p>
Use <br> tags for line breaks. basically <br> is like hitting enter to drop down to the next line.

</td>

 

hope that helped

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if you using a standard OsC install you will have to write your own return policy, on the first page of your site there should be a box on the left that says "Information", the first item I believe is Shipping and Returns.

 

This is where your policy would be, to edit the policy go to

 

catalog/shipping.php

 

In the code scroll down to about the middle and and look for

	<td class="main"> </td>

In between > and < write your policy you can write this in HTML

so basicaly you could copy and paste this format, just copy the td class main and the /td tags

<td class="main>

<h4> shipping & returnpolicy<h4>  <--heading>
<p> write a paragraph</p> <--first paragraph>
<p> another paragraph etc. </p>
Use <br> tags for line breaks. basically <br> is like hitting enter to drop down to the next line.

</td>

 

hope that helped

 

Hi there,

actually, the above is incorrect. You need to go to:

 

catalog/includes/languages/english/shipping.php

 

find line 16

 

define('TEXT_INFORMATION', 'Put here your Shipping & Returns information.');
?>

 

 

Good luck

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