eggsta Posted May 9, 2006 Share Posted May 9, 2006 I would like to be proven wrong about that too. i'm not sure what you are refering to about not being able to use STS with an index.html in the root directory. Have you tried it? As far as STS not supporting an index.php.html template without creating separate templates for all other pages. I know that is kinda of a pain - especially since there is no clear mention of it in the documentation. It would also be handy to have a list of all the necessary templates (default catalog file names) that one would have to create if they choose to use an index.php.html. hi, A great contribution and appreciate sharing your effort. is this the same thing for default.php.html? I am fairly new to osc and wasn't quite sure about index.php so i used the default mode. wanted a separate look just on the top page so i created default.php.html. everything seemed to be ok until i switched languages, it showed content of the includes/"language"/default.php and not from the default.php.html. that is: http://mydomain/default.php -> ok. http://mydomain/default.php/language/ja -> not using default.php.html or http://mydomain/default.php/language/en -> not using default.php.html before i edited the default.php directory which worked but i have to use the same template. also sts_template.html works just fine for all pages. btw i have tweaked it to work on MS1 which is currently the supported japanese version. i know it's not supported version but i would very much apprecaite for a pointer. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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