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Got a quick question: Help tracking sender IP in iPage Webmail? Thanks in advance for any answer or 2. Another quick question... I would like to add pages to my link directory file (it is categorized by a different program, and writes PHP pages). I followed the contribution for adding pages, but it puts a link on the Home page, which I do not want to appear (ie. no link for the.

Individual.

Link categories)..

My goal is to have the user go to the Link Directory page, then be able to choose any of the available categories there while maintaining the osC look and feel. I approximated this using html pages, but then I could only go back to the Links Page (HTML format, not PHP), or the Home page. The problem is that the left and right columns are not available. What files do I need to modify to have both columns available in all of the Links categories pages?.

You can go here to have a look:.

Http://www.karlin.com.

Anyone know how to do this?..

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

Comment #1

OK, that sounds great, but could you give very specific instructions how to do this? I looked in the index.php file, and the /includes/languages/english/link.php. It appears that both files are read by the browser to create the page. So I have no idea which file to edit, or where to edit it..

Yes, that was definitely easy!..

Comment #2

Ok, let's try it this way. Start with a simple page that has only text content, say conditions.php. Copy that and name the copy links_gifts.php. It should go in your catalog directory, same as the original conditions.php..

Now look near the bottom of that file for this line:.

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

And change it to:.

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

If you can strip all of the extra code out of gifts.php then it will display in the middle of the new page. Do this for each of your links files and you're there..

We could get fancier with dynamic includes etc, but this is simple and does the job..

Regards.

Jim..

Comment #3

Worked like a charm! Everything looks uniformed now. Many thanks to you, Jim...

Comment #4

Sweet! I also used this and it makes it very easy for my customer to add content now..

Many thanks..

Comment #5

I would like to add pages to my link directory file (it is categorized by a different program, and writes PHP pages). I followed the contribution for adding pages, but it puts a link on the Home page, which I do not want to appear (ie. no link for the.

Individual.

Link categories)..

My goal is to have the user go to the Link Directory page, then be able to choose any of the available categories there while maintaining the osC look and feel. I approximated this using html pages, but then I could only go back to the Links Page (HTML format, not PHP), or the Home page. The problem is that the left and right columns are not available. What files do I need to modify to have both columns available in all of the Links categories pages?.

You can go here to have a look:.

Http://www.karlin.com.

Anyone know how to do this?..

Comment #6

I would do this by copying the links index page that you have already created and including the content from the subcategory pages with the PHP Require command. You will have to remove the heading from the included pages first, so you will need a slight modification to the code that generates these pages. Shouldn't be that hard to do..

Regards.

Jim..

Comment #7


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