(Before making the following changes, make sure to have a current backup of your files and your database.)
You're going to do three steps: A) edit the configure.php settings and upload them, B) rename the admin folder, C) test login to the new folder.
Details are below:
There is no need to alter the admin configure.php in v1.5.x when renaming your admin folder. Simply proceed to step B.
Using your FTP software or your webhost's File Manager, find your Zen Cart /admin/ directory. Rename the directory to match the settings you just made in step A.
NOTE: DO NOT advertise this new foldername, else you defeat the entire purpose of renaming it. And DO NOT EVER put it in your robots.txt file!
To login to your admin system you will now have to visit a new URL that matches the new name used in steps A and B above.
For example instead of visiting www.example.com/admin/ visit www.example.com/NeW-NamE4u/
The short answer is yes. You can use one of two methods to achieve the result.
Install the Images for Titles mod from Free Addons, following the instructions in its readme.
Upload an image file for each sidebox heading you want to substitute, named (for instance) boxhead-categories.gif in the case of the Categories sidebox. Save the image in
If you want to use other than .gif files for the images, edit the define in
This method automatically removes the [more] that follows a replaced heading link; but it does require that the same image type (gif, jpeg, png) be used for all replaced heading images in an area....
Instructions for moving your categories and products over from an OSC database to the Zen Cart® Database.
Ok, a few things before we start:
There are several all-in-one "packaged" "bundles" of Zen Cart scattered around the internet, but none of those are endorsed by Zen-Cart.com, as we believe that the manual installation is the best choice to have your system secure and optimized and so you know *exactly* what *you* have put onto your site.
If you choose to use a packaged installer from someplace else, make sure you ask *them* for all your technical support needs and ensure that they intend to keep things up-to-date and that they will provide you with free support for updating *your* site whenever they make updates to their bundled packages.
The Zen Cart® templating system uses a CSS based layout.
In this article, CAPITALIZED words refer to a folder or language that you choose. We use CUSTOM for your template and ENGLISH for your language by default. Change these if needed.
First, open includes/templates/ and create a new folder. You can call it anything you like, though it is best not to make it too long and to use underscores instead of spaces. We will call it /CUSTOM here, so everywhere we write /CUSTOM from now on, you should replace it with your own preferred folder name.
Create an empty folder inside your new template directory and call it images so you should have includes/templates/CUSTOM/images/.
Next, copy the includes/templates/template_default/css directory and place the folder and its files in your new includes/templates/CUSTOM/ ...