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Hi change the name in front.

Julie Lindahl

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I just had the osmemmerce install on my webhotel. And i need help. I dont know why got talked into this, just thought it was a cool layout...

But to my needs.. If you can help me.


I need to change the name in the top of my site from Oscommerce to Mamma Me

How do i do that ?


Then i have a code line on my frontpage and am not sure where remove it ?

look here www.mammame.dk

dosn't it look pretty stupid ? HELP :rolleyes:


Just let me tell you, that i don't know anything about PHP, if you did'nt figured that out by now...


Please help me... :wacko:

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You'll find loads of information about customizing your site here:







Terry Kluytmans


Contribs Installed: Purchase Without Account (PWA); Big Images, Product Availability, Description in Product Listing, Graphical Infobox, Header Tags Controller, Login Box, Option Type Feature, plus many layout changes & other mods of my own, like:


Add order total to checkout_shipment

Add order total to checkout_payment

Add radio buttons at checkout_shipping (for backorder options, etc.)

Duplicate Table Rate Shipping Module

Better Product Review Flow


* If at first you don't succeed, find out if there's a prize for the loser. *

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi John,


with grep can it scan all my files on my hosts server - or do i need to download the files i want to grep ?

Your online success is Paramount.

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what kind of help are you looking for with grep?




# cd into the directory that contains the files you want to search. For example, if # you wanted to search for a string called "test" in the /catalog directory, you # would do the following:


shell> cd /path_to/catalog

shell> grep "test" filename


# grep "test" filename would search for the string test in file you specify


Now, you could also use grep "test" * The asterick (*) would mean all of the files in your current directory. However, the only problem with this method is that if you use the *, the output will not display what file the result came from, but at least you would know the string was somewhere in your current directory.



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