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    Default Layout of override files

    Can someone please give me a chart or layout of what my overide system files should look like? I want to make sure I have all my edited files in the right place in case I ever want to upgrade or change templates. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Layout of override files

    Awesome! That was a huge help! I added the directories I was missing...now, if you have the patience for yet another question...I need to know where the following EDITED files go...Just to be sure I have them in the right places....(I have been having some trouble changing the name of page 2. I don't think I have the files in the right directories):

    Where do the following EDITED files go:

    header.php
    english.php
    index.php
    page_2.php
    print_stylesheet.css
    stylesheet.css
    stylesheet_css_buttons.css

    Thanks for your help!

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    Default Re: Layout of override files

    Glad that helped!

    I'm assuming (never assume anything!) that you're customizing header.php from your includes/languages/english folder? The structure would be like this, using
    your_template_name as an example of what your custom template folder is named:

    includes/languages/your_template_name/english.php
    includes/languages/english/your_template_name/header.php
    includes/languages/english/your_template_name/index.php
    includes/templates/your_template_name/css/*.css

    Tell us more about what you're trying to do with page_2? Have you looked at the
    About Us contribution in the downloads here?:
    http://www.zen-cart.com/index.php?ma...roducts_id=182

    It's really great if you're trying to add additonal links to your sideboxes.
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    Default Re: Layout of override files

    Sorry...

    that you're customizing header.php from your includes/languages/english folder?
    I should have said header.php and index.php.
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    Default Re: Layout of override files

    Thank you so much for all your help! As soon as I moved the english.php to the right directory, my page 2 name changed! I KNEW I didn't have something right! Thank you so much! I love the support from this site. Everyone is so kind and willing to help one another! What is the general rule for filing these edited files then? Do you normally keep them in the same area they are in but just move them into the corresponding "your template name" directory?

 

 

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