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    Henrik Schytte
  1. HStrading

    WYSIWYG HTMLArea MS2 V1.7

    You forgot to read the instruction throughly: Remember to copy these files to your shop: New Files to Add: 6 # -----------------------------------------------------------------------* admin/comment_customer_bar.php * admin/comment_newsletter_bar.php * admin/define_mainpage.php * * catalog/includes/language/(your-Language)/mainpage.php
  2. I got the /catalog/includes/languages/english/header_tags.php file configured, this was the one causing me the most problems. I'll stay out of configuring the other pages like, contact us, etc.... With the Header_tags.php i got the index, and products pages going, and these where the most important ones for me. But thank you for your help.
  3. I'm afraid i haven't found out how to configure the /catalog/includes/languages/english/header_tags.php file i simply do not understand what i need to put, and where to put it. i appreciate your help, jack_mcs - but i'm afraid i just don't understand it. Could someone post an example of how to configure this file, please ?
  4. hello, i thought only these two files need to be configured ? 1) /includes/languages/english/header_tags.php and 2) /catalog/includes/header_tags.php How should one know how to configure these files ? i find the description a bit 'light'. Perhaps someone would post their files so i can se how they configured their files ?
  5. Hello, Finally got this baby running, but how should i configure it ? It seems like it is essential to configure in the two files: 1) /includes/languages/english/header_tags.php and 2) /catalog/includes/header_tags.php But what info, should i put where ? it does not state clearly in the included documents. If anyone can point to an earlier topic on this, i'll be glad, i wasn't able to do a search with any useable hits.
  6. HStrading

    Simple Easypopulate problem

    I think i found the solution: The default way dates and times are displayed by Excel (and in the system generally) can be changed at the Windows level, if you have the privileges (you don't have them on the public PCs). In Windows 98 onwards, you can also amend the default settings for 2-digit year interpretation (from 1930-2029). If you want to alter these settings you need to go to the Control Panel files. DO NOT CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU NEED TO: From the Window's Start button choose Settings then Control Panel Double click on the Regional Options (or, in Windows 98, Regional Settings) icon On the Date tab you can set up a format for both short and long date styles and you can change the date separator (e.g. from a slash to a hyphen). In Windows 2000 onwards you also have a When a two-digit year is entered, interpret as a year between: box On the Time tab you can set up the Time format: and you can change the Time separator: (from a colon
  7. HStrading

    easypopulate problem

    I think i found the solution: The default way dates and times are displayed by Excel (and in the system generally) can be changed at the Windows level, if you have the privileges (you don't have them on the public PCs). In Windows 98 onwards, you can also amend the default settings for 2-digit year interpretation (from 1930-2029). If you want to alter these settings you need to go to the Control Panel files. DO NOT CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU NEED TO: From the Window's Start button choose Settings then Control Panel Double click on the Regional Options (or, in Windows 98, Regional Settings) icon On the Date tab you can set up a format for both short and long date styles and you can change the date separator (e.g. from a slash to a hyphen). In Windows 2000 onwards you also have a When a two-digit year is entered, interpret as a year between: box On the Time tab you can set up the Time format: and you can change the Time separator: (from a colon)
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