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I hae some graphics from my previous ecommerce site that I would like to convert to osCommerce. Are there any documents or can anyone help me understand this process so that I might be able to complete this? Thanks.

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I hae some graphics from my previous ecommerce site that I would like to convert to osCommerce. Are there any documents or can anyone help me understand this process so that I might be able to complete this? Thanks.

You really don't have to convert anything if they're already jpegs or gifs (you can optimize them though)...just import them into your shop through your admin.

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You really don't have to convert anything if they're already jpegs or gifs (you can optimize them though)...just import them into your shop through your admin.

 

Perhaps I should have been more clear. The graphics I have were done for a different e-commerce engine and so don't necessarily line up the way they should. It's more like a template, but they are already in .gif or .jpg format.

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