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Question I have... Hosting a game server on a iPage web host? Looking forward for any response. Another quick question... Is there a document or a diagram or something which describes which PHP files contain which bits of the text, for example the text that goes on the front page of the catalog?.

Is there also a map of which ?.php is concerned with particular items on the catalog screen, or is it simply a matter of searching thru for the bit I want?.

If this is the case I would sooner know that pursue trying to find a nice easy to use list..

Thanks.

Rob..

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

Comment #1

Thanks for the quick response,.

I know I can search manulayy for this but isnt there I nice tabel somewhere that specifies what goes where, perhaps it would be called an index?.

Thanks again..

Comment #2

I suppose it depends on what you are looking for...

Comment #3

Download a copy of osCommerce to your own computer and unzip it to a folder. Then download and install a free programme called TextPad, and do a 'Find in file' search of that folder for the text you are seeking to alter. Then you can edit the file on your own computer and upload it via FTP..

Vger..

Comment #4

Or if you want to work on the server directly search for my post on GREP in the tips and hints forum..

Comment #5

Is there a document or a diagram or something which describes which PHP files contain which bits of the text, for example the text that goes on the front page of the catalog?.

Is there also a map of which ?.php is concerned with particular items on the catalog screen, or is it simply a matter of searching thru for the bit I want?.

If this is the case I would sooner know that pursue trying to find a nice easy to use list..

Thanks.

Rob..

Comment #6

Check out.

/catalog/includes/language/english.php.

/catalog/includes/language/english/all files.

Should get you started..

Comment #7


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