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wiggst3r

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Hi

 

After a couple of hours of wasted time on the Zen Cart forums I decided to come here for some advice.

 

when a customer buys a products they are sent a order confirmation email.

 

At the bottom of this, I want to add a section about the Returns Policy, which includes a URL to our Returns Policy on the website.

 

The only proble I have, is that the URL isn't displaying properly.

 

My define() code is found in "includes/languages/english/email_extras.php":

 

 define('EMAIL_DISCLAIMER', 'Returns Policy' . "\n\n" . 'If you are not completely satisifed with your purchase for any reason, simply return the product to us in its original condition, including all original packaging and documentation, within 30 days of receipt to ADDRESS.' . "\n\n" . 'If the goods are returned as detailed above, we will issue a full refund for the price paid for the item, or exchange the item for another product. <a href="http://www.example.com/index.php?main_page=terms">Click here</a> to read the full policy');

 

But the output in the email is:

 

Returns Policy

 

If you are not completely satisifed with your purchase for any reason,

simply return the product to us in its original condition, including all

original packaging and documentation, within 30 days of receipt to ADDRESS.

 

If the goods are returned as detailed above, we will issue a full refund for

the price paid for the item, or exchange the item for another product.Click

here to read the full policy

 

Any ideas what I need to change to get the URL working?

 

Thanks

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Ok..... I have spent HOURS AND FREAKING HOURS working with ZEN Cart... I hate it as it is CUMBERSOME...

 

Here is my recommendation... Download Windows Grep, type in what your searching for and point it to your local zencart files. This will search inside files to find the string your searched for.

 

Get familiar with the override system that they use. It makes it pretty easy to make changes after you figure out where the hell to make the changes in the first place.

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