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First question I have is Which one is better, iPage.com or Moniker.com? Thanks for any response. Second question of mine... I'm looking to change the titles of my products WITHOUT changing my product description font. I would like to use css, but right now both the description and the title are set up with the "productListing-data" class. Does anyone know how I would go about adding another class for the titles?.

If anyone knows how to do it in PHP or with html or something, I'm up for that too. Any ideas would be most appreciated as my deadline is only a few days away and this is one of the last things left!!!.

Thanks,.

=brett=..

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Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

Sorry to sound dumb, but where did you put the.

<td class="productName" valign="top" WIDTH="60%"><?php echo $products_name; ?></td> ???.

I can't seem to find a good place to put it. does it definitely go in the product_info.php file?..

Comment #2

Okay, so I figured out what you were talking about... I got the product_info.php working, but more importantly I need the product_listing.php to be different..

Any ideas?..

Comment #3

Any thoughts please... where can I edit the product_listing.php data to have a different css as per class?..

Comment #4

I'm looking to change the titles of my products WITHOUT changing my product description font. I would like to use css, but right now both the description and the title are set up with the "productListing-data" class. Does anyone know how I would go about adding another class for the titles?.

If anyone knows how to do it in PHP or with html or something, I'm up for that too. Any ideas would be most appreciated as my deadline is only a few days away and this is one of the last things left!!!.

Thanks,.

=brett=..

Comment #5

For my store, I just created a new productName class in my stylesheet like this:.

TD.productName, DIV.productName {.

 font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

 font-size: 18px;.

 font-weight: bold;.

 color: #4B009B;.

}.

In product_info.php, I called it like this:.

<td class="productName" valign="top" WIDTH="60%"><?php echo $products_name; ?></td>.

That should do it!.

HTH,.

Terry..

Comment #6


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