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    How do I modify text on a PHP file

    Hi,

    I would like to modify the text on my index.php homepage, but it does not seem to be directly modifiable like on HTML pages.

    -Is there a standard file that points to the location of the text?

    -If not, what is a common directory to store the text element?


    I just need to get to the file with the text to modify it because my programemr messed up and did not allow modification of the homepage text through the admin panel (all other accessory pages are except that one)

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    you are looking at the wrong direction The text might be stored in a database or a template file and php is just parsing them. Login to phpmyadmin and search from there. Or look for template files.

    goodluck
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    Quote Originally Posted by stonedeft View Post
    you are looking at the wrong direction The text might be stored in a database or a template file and php is just parsing them. Login to phpmyadmin and search from there. Or look for template files.

    goodluck
    Nice Answer ....buddy ..

    Thanks..


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