I use to have a URL at but it is gone.?

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My 1st question is: I use to have a URL at but it is gone.? Thanks in advance for any answer or 2. 2nd question I got is.. In My Stores from page ,I see this link Table..


Shipping & Returns.

Privacy Notice.

Conditions of Use.

Contact Us.

I need configure this page to force my customer to Shipping and returns Policy.

I need find the File to configure This Link Table..

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: 01 January 2009, 23:50..

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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 anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

Can you explain a bit more please, it's a bit confusing as to what you see and what you want.


Comment #2

If you click on this link to my store:.


This is the shipping info section, also in the "Information" Table box on the bottom left of the screen..

I do not know how to add info to that section of the site...

Comment #3

So you want to add your own text to the files or you want to force people to see the page?.

If you want to add text then you will find all of the files in.

Catalog / includes / languages / english (subtitute for your own language) / then the file shipping.php, conditions.php or privacy.php.


Comment #4

Find (this example is for conditions.php but all will be the same).


Put here your Conditions of Use information..


You replace the green text with your own, make sure it stays with in the two ' '.


Comment #5

I Find the File in:/home/my store name/public_html//includes/languages/english/shipping.php..

Thanks again..

Comment #6

Glad you found it.


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: 02 January 2009, 01:05..

Comment #7

Thanks for the help!.

Another question.....

In shipping.php for example.

Is it possible to add a hosted image file?.

If so, how do I do that?..

Comment #8

Yes you can do this, use img tag.

<img src="images/imgname.gif" border="0" height=" " width=" " alt =" ">.

Replace imgname.gif with your own and fill in the width height and alt tags.


Comment #9

Can you help me complete this script.. also, is the img tag in the correct place? What units of measurement does the tag use for height/width, what does alt mean? ....

Define('TEXT_INFORMATION', 'All items are shipped within 24 hours from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. <br>.

Delivery time is 5-7 working days for Domestic orders, and 7-14 working days for International orders <br>.


<img src="images/ship_canadapost.gif" border="0" height=" " width=" " alt =" ">.


Your satisfaction is important to us! If you are unsatisfied, we offer a 100% money back guarantee with compensation of shipping. <br>.


Thank you for your business.');.


Comment #10

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