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/catalog/ directory?


AUwebman

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Firstly, I know this is answered in the regularly asked Q's post but that has only created more questions. I do not have a /Catalog directory, the only thing that has the /Includes directory are the root folder and the /Admin folder, and the /Admin/Includes directory is the only one that has the /Languages folder. BUT... /Admin/Includes/Languages/English doesn't have any of the corresponding .php files for shipping, privacy, conditions, or contact us. So without that, how do I change the text on all of those pages? Do I just make a new file and put the text in there I want and save it as shipping.php ...I kinda doubt it would be that easy... there must be some code in there, right?

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your store is install in your root therefore in your case /catalog = /

 

That language file will be /includes/languages/english/shipping.php (rather than /catalog/includes/languages/english/shipping.php)

 

Tom

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I understand that's where it should be, but no such "shipping.php" file exists under /includes/languages/english/shipping.php and that's what has me so confused.

 

The only place a "shipping.php" file exists is the root folder, and that contains no text information and I can't decipher where it's calling any text from (the text I'm looking for obviously is the default "Put here your Shipping & Returns information.").

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I understand that's where it should be, but no such "shipping.php" file exists under /includes/languages/english/shipping.php and that's what has me so confused.

 

The only place a "shipping.php" file exists is the root folder, and that contains no text information and I can't decipher where it's calling any text from (the text I'm looking for obviously is the default "Put here your Shipping & Returns information.").

/includes/languages/english/modules/shipping/ <----- the files are in this directory.

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Nevermind, I found out my problem. When I downloaded the site onto my computer (via filezilla) it must not have transfered everything, thus those files were missing. I redownloaded it just now and now they're all where they're supposed to be.

 

Thanks anyway.

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