bkellum Posted May 7, 2008 Share Posted May 7, 2008 Hi BillGot everything figured out and working for the page centering and width. Now I'm trying to set up seperate content pages for store info and about us etc, I have the pages created and also created the corosponding store_info.php.html, about_us.php.html files, and created a contents folder in the test folder and placed the files in there.... Was hoping you could lead me in the right direction for my next step to get sts to use the new content for the pages. Craig, If you used my STS addon (in the STS Power Pack Addon site - link in my signature below) to Add New Pages Using STS, then all you would need to do is simply create the template pages as you did, BUT, DO NOT PLACE THEM IN THE CONTENT FOLDER. These templates should be in your STS Templates folder with your other templates (such as the default template, etc.). The content folder is for actual "content" templates such as for your product info pages, etc. You do not need to create a "content" template in order to have STS template a specific page. For example: Let's say you wanted to have STS template the existing shipping.php page. To do this, simply create a template named shipping.php.html and place it in your STS Template folder. You set the STS Template folder in the STS Default Module in your shop's Admin. Out of the box it is set at "test". You should change this right away to at least "full". I say this since the "full" template folder has a more complete template folder structure than the default "test" folder. :thumbsup: You can always create more template folders. Why? Well, you could create themed templates for different seasons, holidays, etc. By using extra template folders, you would simply change the name of the diesired template folder in the STS Default Module verses having to make changes to your "everyday" theme. :thumbsup: I strongly suggest reading through the various documents in the "docs" folder of the contribution. These docs go into detail on how STS chooses what template to use for what page is being called. The Product Info doc with explain how "content" templates are used. Hope this helped, Quote Bill Kellum Sounds Good Productions STS Tutorials & more: STSv4.6, STS Add-ons (STS Power Pack), STS V4 Forum STS Forum FREE TEMPLATE Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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