iPage web hosting - cheaper but professional look and feel?

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My 1st question is: iPage web hosting - cheaper but professional look and feel? Hoping for any answer. Second question of mine... Ok I have finally got around to setting up a seperate iPage domain so that I can play this program some. I have it installed and configured. All is ready to go..

My question is, how am I supposed to change the info on the pages such as entering my own conditions of use etc. Am I supposed to download the conditions.php file from my site, open it in notebook, find where the text goes and enter it there then save and upload replacing the old file?.

Is that generally how all these customizations are done?..

Comments (4)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

Hmmm I just clicked on the link and saw what file it called up in the address bar which was the catalog/conditions.php.

How was I supposed to know it needed to be the english/conditions.php..

Comment #2

First off have you read through the knowledge base? If not you should as it will be time well spent..

All the text you will want to change will either be in your english.php file or in the same file as you see in the url on the one in your english folder..

The way osc is setup is if you want to change the way a page is setup (how it looks or is arranged) you make changes to the file itself but if you want to change what it says you need to look in the language directory...

Comment #3

Actually, I have. But I can't find any heading over there which relates to what I am talking about. The closest thing I can find is how to add, remove, move, boxes and box headings..

Now your reply only confuses me more as I was able to change the text within the conditions of use page by going to the file in the /english as another poster mentioned. So I figured changing the text on the index page would would require changing the file in the same directory. However, the index fiule in that directory didn't contain the text already appearing on the index page. The index.php found in the /catalog did..

What gives..

Comment #4

Also, if you have a direct link to the heading in the knowledge base which explains what I am looking for, by all means post it and I'll be more than happy to study up..


Comment #5

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