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How to Remove "Let's See What We Have Here" Pic


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The topic description says it all. Peteschulte's post on how to remove the "What's New Here" image was simplicity personified! Now. if only I could figure out how to remove the "Let's See What We Have Here" image, I'll be one step closer to being a happy camper.

 

Hopefully someone can offer help.

 

Dave

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to remove the above mentioned line of text, simply modify the index.php file or language file.

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Alex,

to remove the above mentioned line of text, simply modify the index.php file or language file.

I think you misread what I am asking. I want to remove the image to the right of the Let's See What We Have Here text, NOT the text itself.

 

Dave

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Alex,

 

I think you misread what I am asking. I want to remove the image to the right of the Let's See What We Have Here text, NOT the text itself.

 

Dave

 

 

I need to do the same in all categories, get rid of all those Let's See What We Have Here images

 

help please

I am going insane

 

xttp://cashmart.cl/tienda/index.php?cPath=329

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All of the default OSC images are found on the related pages and the code looks something like this:

 

<td class="pageHeading" align="right"><?php echo tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'table_background_default.gif', HEADING_TITLE, HEADING_IMAGE_WIDTH, HEADING_IMAGE_HEIGHT); ?></td>

 

 

 

ALL of the image files use the prefix file name of table_background_ so if you do a search in the related files, you can easily replace the file name or comment out the table data to remove it completely.

 

 

 

 

Chris

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