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Offline 31master

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Putting custom store header on top of Temp 2
« on: June 25, 2013, 06:08:33 PM »
I would like to put my store header on the top on temp2 how do I go about doing this?

Right now I have the temp iframed into my website under my header with a link, but this creates a problem as google check out refuses to go along with my iframe setup; because it redirects. So now, if I can simply put my store header on top of the temp2, I can simply just link it as a page in my website with no iframe or redirect fixing my Google check out dilemma.

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Re: Putting custom store header on top of Temp 2
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2013, 07:09:59 PM »
I am not clear with what you try to do. :(
Possibly some clarification will help
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Re: Putting custom store header on top of Temp 2
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2013, 09:07:34 PM »
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I would like to put my store header on the top on temp2 how do I go about doing this?

Right now I have the temp iframed into my website under my header with a link, but this creates a problem as google check out refuses to go along with my iframe setup; because it redirects. So now, if I can simply put my store header on top of the temp2, I can simply just link it as a page in my website with no iframe or redirect fixing my Google check out dilemma.

In my attempt to figure out what you're trying to do..

You're trying to add a "header" to your current store template.

You're currently using an Iframe.

Another method that may work is using PHP includes instead of an Iframe.

Open your template file and add the code:
<?php include("path_to_header"); ?>

Change path_to_header to the path where your header code is relative to the template file.

I have no Idea what you mean by redirect, please give us a screenshot, example, or link to your page?

 

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