Ye, however you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm this as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you ask the iPage guys because they can help better...
To comment a line out in php, just put double slashes in front of the line like this:.
OK, but where do I find.
Welcome Guest! Would you like to log yourself in? Or would you prefer to create an account?.
To comment it out. Also, don't I get exra white space when I do that?..
Look for this line to comment out.
<td class="main"><?php echo tep_customer_greeting(); ?></td>.
Or you can go to your english.php file find.
Define('TEXT_GREETING_GUEST', 'Welcome <span class="greetUser">Guest!</span> Would you like to <a href="%s"><u>log yourself in</u></a>? Or would you prefer to <a href="%s"><u>create an account</u></a>?');.
And remove the info between the ' ' to make it blank. Or you can change to wording to make it more friendly to new visitors by putting anything you want there..
I've done this at my iPage site and it works just fine. I didn't like it either...
Is there any harm done by removing the login/create account sentence? How are they removed? Doesn't look too inviting to demand login from a casual visitor...
Comment them out..
Just advisable to have a link somewhere on the page where customers can get to the underlying page/s...