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I want to edit "Buy Now" button


chrisneils

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Just replace it with a button that says "Buy Now"

 

Just name your image button_buy_now.gif

 

catalog/includes/languages/english/images/buttons/button_buy_now.gif

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Instead of my "Buy Now" button saying "Buy Now" it says "more details" - How do I change it?

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Just replace it with a button that says "Buy Now"

 

Just name your image button_buy_now.gif

 

catalog/includes/languages/english/images/buttons/button_buy_now.gif

 

I went there and there was already a button_buy_now.gif. So just to be make sure I'm being clear, there is a button that says More Details underneath each of my products. I want it to read "Buy Now" instead of "More Details"

 

The button is coded like this: <div class="rButton">

 

Not really sure what that means but hopefully you can make sense of it.

 

thanks again.

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The button is just an image, you just need an image that says "Buy Now"

Name the image button_buy_now.gif upload it to your

catalog/includes/languages/english/images/buttons folder, it will ask you if you want to replace it, you click, OK. Go to your site (refresh) and your new button will be there.

 

If you have a template, have a look in the original files you have on your PC and see if there is a "Blank Button" then you just need add text to the button, then upload it.

 

The best way to make sure you have the right image is to right click on the "More Details" button -> Properties. Then it will give you the exact location and the exact name of the image you need to replace.

 

Then you just need to change the path to where the page takes you. If you change the button to buy now & then click on it, it will still take you to the product info page (which is where Im assuming it takes you to when more details is clicked)

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