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    Default Tracking down a file

    Does anyone know where in the core files the language perhaps_you_were_looking_something_else is used? I can't seem to find where the <a href=""> is located and would like to change what is displayed.

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    Default Re: Tracking down a file

    If you want to change that text, you can find it in your language file inculde/language/your language.
    PHP Code:
    $lang['perhaps_you_were_looking_something_else'] = "Perhaps you were look for something else?"
    If you want to change the link that is generated that would require core file change in one of include php scripts.

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    Default Re: Tracking down a file

    Quote Originally Posted by simonasb View Post
    If you want to change that text, you can find it in your language file inculde/language/your language.
    PHP Code:
    $lang['perhaps_you_were_looking_something_else'] = "Perhaps you were look for something else?"
    If you want to change the link that is generated that would require core file change in one of include php scripts.
    Thanks!
    I know that file can easily be changed, I am looking for the core file.

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    Default Re: Tracking down a file

    Why? You can edit what it says and even add HTML content to the lang variable if needed... you can even get really creative with it.. I saw one site that had the lang variable close the link before it started its own html content so their entire custom html wasn't enclosed in html content.

    However, if you insist on editing core files, creating an unsupported, difficult to upgrade version of Open-Realty then search the files for the call to the lang variable in question, in this case perhaps_you_were_looking_something_else
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    Default Re: Tracking down a file

    Thanks both of you. I did get it figured out and did exactly as Mick stated above. I really only needed fresh content to appear on the page so I don't spanked by search engines for a ton of duplicate content. I simply place {featured_listings_vertical} in the language file and it worked! Thank's again

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