I've been trying to alter ther header of the shop. I've run into problems changing the link-name 'contct' and the 'about us'. Both are saved under the $sContentSites but I just don't know where I could alter the titel of these links.
Furthermore I don't know where the actual content of the 'about us' page can be found, as it is empty by default.
I hope someone can help me.
Thanks very much.
Admin QCv0.2.5: Look under content for the about us and contact pages; edit each one and change the title. QCv0.3.0: Look under categories for the about us and contact pages; edit each one and change the name. While editting the about us page you'll be able to change the content of the page as well.
and thanks for your help. I was able to change the header but I still can't work out how to fill in the "about us" page. It looks like this: -999<?php exit ("NO ENTRY "); ?> 0$2$1$$Email$$$ 0$2$2$$about usp$$$
How would it look like to put a 'Hello this is a test' line onto the 'about us' page?
Thanks for your help
This can be done from admin panel, http://yoursite.com/admin.php
Default login is admin/admin and the page editing can be found under "categories" then the page name, you can do basic html editing there, alternatively you can create a more sophisticated html content in another program, then paste it in the admin panel, If you choose do paste content in, I suggest you use firefox browser as you do, it seems IE tends to have problems with the code pasting.
It's now working fine. But I've run into the next problem.
I've tryed to change the font and font- size in the "about me" and categorie descrition. But I can't find the right CSS so I've given up. I was no problem changing other fonts within the QC but not the "about me" ...
Does anyone know what to do?
View the Source; find the content you've specified; look at the containing cell tags - it might be something like <td class='left_content'>, in which case try changing the left_content class definition in your css file. You can always add HTML to your content in Admin, and specify your own styles, eg.
<div class='mystyle>This is the content of the About Us page</div>
Hint: Use Firefox, with the WebDeveloper and EditCSS extensions.