I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
I need more info... My html file is very complex. It would be ideal if it could live in a seperate file and be called/inserted by.
Is it possible? What would the code look like?.
Impossible. You will need to take apart your HTML code and integrate with the base Oscommerce functions. Sounds worse than it really is..
Alternatively, look at the BTS contribution or the STS contribution, both of which give a degree of control over layouts...
OK... How do I take apart the HTML and include it in.
Define('TEXT_MAIN', '???'); ? .
See HTML file:.
You can't. Oscommerce doesn't work that way..
You will need to learn Oscommerce by reading these Forums and the help site: www.oscommerce.info in order to learn how to make your changes...
Looks like STS contribution is the way to go. Has anyone tried it?..
I have used STS and have found it very useful. Depending on what you are trying to do though you may still find yourself getting back into the code. But I still found STS to make life much easier. If you search there is a thread dedicated to supporting this contribution and the authors readme is quite helpful..
I have designed the look of my web site..
How do I integrate oscommerce so that my design fits inbetween the left and right column?.
I got the content into index.php but when I try to place the html table in the includes/languages/english/index.php I get an error..
Define('TEXT_MAIN', 'How do I get the table above to go right here???');.
Is there a way to somehow to include an html file in 'TEXT_MAIN'?.
I am using DreamWeaver MX..
Thanks for the help,.
Sure, you can use HTML inside the TEXT_MAIN define. Don't forget to escape certain characters though (i.e. 's becomes \'s)..