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Question I have... Has anyone gotten a link labeled http://uk.iPage.com/v1ct0ri4s_s3cr3ts98? does anyone know what this Thanks in advance for any answer. My 2nd question... On the main page, center column I would like to add a image (also linkable to another page).

I was able to remove all the text now I want to place a image in it's place but I have no idea how I can do this or where to begin..

I've looked through the forum for about an hour and haven't been able to find anything..

Please assist me if you can..

Thank you..

Comments (8)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

Thank you for the information I will try this out today...

Comment #2

If you're linking to one of the standard osC pages it would be best if you used the name found in.

/includes/.

Filenames.php.

Here:.

FILENAME_DEFAULT..

Comment #3

I am new to the osCommerce iPage site and very lost in there, how do you.

Take off the text on the home page and replace it with text I would like.

And also put images up on the home page. here is my email address.

Thank you for any help.

Todd..

Comment #4

How do I ....?.

That topic and more are covered at the link above...

Comment #5

Where would I find this code, in the module, the file manager etc...

Comment #6

It is possible to make changes with the osC File.

Mangler.

Manager, but there are buggy versions of it about that will screw up a PHP file in a heartbeat, so I'd advise.

AGAINST.

Using it -.

AT ALL.

!..

To make changes either login and use the File Editor in your cPanel, or FTP the file to your PC and use a TEXT editor like Notepad or Wordpad (NOT WORD!) to make changes then FTP it back to the same place you got it from on the server..

Be aware that osC has files by the same name in different folders and putting a file in the wrong folder can be hazardous to your sites health..

And do yourself a favor - BACKUP!.

After a successful install, backup all the files to your PC. Then before making changes to any file make a backup of it so if by chance the changes you made don't work out like you wanted you can easily replace it with the backup..

The forum is littered with requests from those who made mistakes without making backups then they wait for hours (or days) for someone to get them out of the hole they dug for themselves..

This post has been edited by.

Germ.

: 19 October 2008, 23:28..

Comment #7

Are all the names listed in filenames.php the names of all the pages within the site?.

Also what if I want to link it to a new page? a page that I haven't created yet?..

Comment #8

As far as I know, all the pages you would normally link to are in there..

If not, or it's a new page, enter it like this example:.

Tep_href_link('mypage.php')..

Comment #9


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