Different title at the top of your iPage web page?

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First of all Different title at the top of your iPage web page? Hoping for any comment. Another quick question... I downloaded a contribution : flat_shipping_rates_for_3_zones here at the community..

Now where do I upload these files ??.

Do I unpack the whole thing and just upload the 3 php files to the appropriate folders, or take the folder ?? I have never done this before.... ( I work with a template)..

Comments (9)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

Hi Leslie,.

Thanks for your answer. The zipped file contains a folder called "includes" in there are the php files..

Do you suggest I FTP the includes folder into my includes folder at the web iPage site file manager??..

Comment #2

Well, I would suggest that yownload and install filezilla for your ftp needs..

Ftp the contents of the contribution includes directory into your includes directory...

Comment #3

Yes, so just the contents, not the whole folder, that's what I meant, will do that now, thanks..

(I use Ipswitch FTP Client at the moment.)..

Comment #4

Anything except the osc file manager and internet explorer...

Comment #5

Sorry, one more question..

Inside the includes folder are 2 folders again.

1) languages (with 3 lang.folders inside) and.

2) modules ( with folders inside..

Can I just FTP this all "wrapped up" in these folders..

'cause then subfolders will surely appear, is this not a problem ?

Comment #6

That is the normal structure, just ftp as discussed. It will not cause a problem...

Comment #7

I uploaded the files....nothing has changed in the shipping module in admin ??? I must have done something wrong ??.

(and I am also in the wrong Forum dept. I saw there is a seperate one for contributions...)..

Comment #8

If you don't know how to do these things, it is better that you either;.

Install a new oscommerce shop and use it as a testing playground.


Pay someone to do contribution installs for you.

It is very easy to destroy a site, too easy in fact - so if you have a playground where you can make test changes without fear of breaking anything that is a good way forward. You can even make a copy of your iPage site and run it on your home computer. Once happy with any changes you made, upload the changed files to your live website...

Comment #9

Thanks for the comments ??.

I do have a copy and a back up, so I won't destroy the site..

And I am trying out before actual posting, but I like to learn how to do things myself, that's why I look for tips here..

So far with a little bit of help I have managed a lot and learned heaps..

So I will keep trying..

Comment #10

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.