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The template monster templates are a bit different in design structure than standard oscommerce and you will have to do a file by file compare to merge the template with your exsisting shop.


you can find some instructions at the template monster support site on how to proceed.

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If you do not modified files of oscommerce - you can simply overwrite existing store files. But be better to create backup before it.



THe one I purchased includes a db sql file, which isn't that big of an issue, to upload records used to demo the template. BUt I've already got the configure.php db connection file working fine with the existing database. I suppose if I copy all files over and update the db via SQL import and LEAVE the configure.php file alone...I will be OK. Is that good thinking on my part?



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You don't need the database file if you already have a woking one. It will just add products that are meant for the template, which will then have to be deleted.



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