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modifying checkout_payment.php


sconnelly

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I need to modify the checkout page so that the continue button is in another location of this page (copied above the coupon section).

 

What is confusing me is that I know the graphic is called button_continue.gif but when I do a search (using search inside the file option using a local copy of the website), this name only appears in three files (e.g. buttons.txt, install_encypt.txt, and an access log).

 

This is a two part question:

 

1. There is something really wrong with the Windows search function (the search fails in both XP and Vista) ! I know that "button_continue.gif" MUST exist in at least one file! Can anyone recommend a better search tool? I am familiar with the fantastic Copernic search tool (available for free) but I am looking for something that doesn't rely on indexing first.

 

2. Where is this button? Where might I make these changes to the checkout?

 

Thank you!

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Just open checkout_payment.php and find it:

 

				<td class="main" align="right"><?php echo tep_image_submit('button_continue.gif', IMAGE_BUTTON_CONTINUE); ?></td>

I have XP and could never get the Windows search to find things that I knew were there.

 

From another member here, I heard about and installed a nifty search utility called Agent Ransack. It's free, just Google it. I'd recommend it to anyone as I use it all the time. It doesn't require any indexing.

 

There's another thread around here about search tools that I could probably find if you're interested.

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Just open checkout_payment.php and find it:

 

				<td class="main" align="right"><?php echo tep_image_submit('button_continue.gif', IMAGE_BUTTON_CONTINUE); ?></td>

I have XP and could never get the Windows search to find things that I knew were there.

 

From another member here, I heard about and installed a nifty search utility called Agent Ransack. It's free, just Google it. I'd recommend it to anyone as I use it all the time. It doesn't require any indexing.

 

There's another thread around here about search tools that I could probably find if you're interested.

 

 

Thank you for your reply! I will look in the place you suggested.

 

Another tool which I highly recommend for overall indexing is Copernic (it's free version is pretty powerful see: Copernic website). It was able to find everything I was looking for.

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