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Hi Im having some problems with my oscommerce store. Im using the latest version of oscommerce

 

http://alpha.xnoc.net/~ps2lids/catalog/index.php

 

 

1. I have added in a box, called information. The links in this box are going to link to html pages, how do I go about opening them in the main content section of the website. So it looks the a page within the website and not opening a different link?

 

2. The boxes on the right hand side (content) how do I change the top images for these from a standard colour to an image. I have changed the other ones easily using a contribution but it only changed the ones on the left hand side. How do I change the rest of them?

 

Im quite new to this new software so the easiet way would be the best.

 

Any help would be great

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Hi Im having some problems with my oscommerce store. Im using the latest version of oscommerce

 

http://alpha.xnoc.net/~ps2lids/catalog/index.php

 

 

1. I have added in a box, called information. The links in this box are going to link to html pages, how do I go about opening them in the main content section of the website. So it looks the a page within the website and not opening a different link?

 

2. The boxes on the right hand side (content) how do I change the top images for these from a standard colour to an image. I have changed the other ones easily using a contribution but it only changed the ones on the left hand side. How do I change the rest of them?

 

Im quite new to this new software so the easiet way would be the best.

 

Any help would be great

The easiest way to add extra pages is to copy an existing one like conditions.php and rename it. You will also need to copy the one in the languages file and change rename it. Lets say you want a links page you would name it links.php

 

If you want a page to use html for content you can just change the following line

 

<td class="main"><?php echo TEXT_INFORMATION; ?></td>

 

to

 

<td class="main"><?php require('links.html'); ?></td>

 

and then create a links.html page and put you content in it.

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