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    David Murrin
  1. Locker101

    [contribution] Simple Template System (sts)

    Table didn't really come out right!! -------------------------------- |............|...Description....| |............|------------------- |............|...Price..............| | image |-------------------- |............|...BUY NOW.......| |-----------------------------
  2. Locker101

    [contribution] Simple Template System (sts)

    Cheers Bill, I'll look in to it. One thing I wanted to do was change the table layout. At the moment, it's like this : ---------------------------------------------------- - image | description | price | BUY | ---------------------------------------------------- What I wanted to do was have : -------------------------------- | | Description | | |------------------- | | Price | | image |-------------------- | | BUY NOW | |----------------------------- But, I think this would involved changing the index.php file - yes ? Cheers :) David
  3. Locker101

    [contribution] Simple Template System (sts)

    Bill, This is what I was after too.... Check out http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=269533 I'm confused as to if I can change the table layout - and if so - where! David
  4. Locker101

    STS and $context

    Hi all, After going from online shopping cart software to online shopping cart software trying to find something I could actually CUSTOMIZE the look of, I ended up back at osCommerce, and STS. STS is great - it's allowed me to create the site, and plug in things as I go. My question is, how can I change the layout of what $content shows? For example, When I click on a category on the list, it shows the items inside it listed in a certain format, ie : <image> | Product Name | Price | Buy Now I want to know if I can have say, a HTML template file, that can change this. OR some other way? This means I could have it as : <image> Product Name Price Buy Now In a table format, similar to that. I've scoured the forums, and Internet in general - and was hoping someone could elaborate on this for me, and I hope not tell me that it's all created through PHP since I don't really want to hack in to too much code! (rather keep it separate) Kind Regards, David