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chrisredco
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Posted - October 14 2011 :  10:17:36  Show Profile  Visit chrisredco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Currently on my site, if someone attempts to get to a link that no longer exists, they get to a page explaining this called shoperror.asp. The message shown says "Oops, the page you are trying to view has been moved" and then lists other places to navigate to, like blog and news pages, which I don't use.

It looks like the message is controlled by div class = nonproductmessage

I can't seem to find where I can alter this message to remove references to the blog and news pages and otherwise change the text of the message.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Chris

Redco Audio
www.redco.com

chrisredco
VP-ASP Super User

282 Posts

Posted - October 14 2011 :  10:21:28  Show Profile  Visit chrisredco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Never mind, just found it in languages. It is controlled by
langseoinvalidpagedesc

Redco Audio
www.redco.com
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chrisredco
VP-ASP Super User

282 Posts

Posted - October 14 2011 :  10:26:44  Show Profile  Visit chrisredco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thought that was it, as the text matched exactly, but after altering it, no change on my site, even after clearing history and loading the page from scratch.

Back to needing recommendations on this.

Thanks,
Chris

Redco Audio
www.redco.com
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carfin
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United Kingdom
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Posted - October 14 2011 :  10:58:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Did you remember to reset your language after making the changes? It's a step that is commonly missed.

Regards,

Carrol
www.deanston-electrical.co.uk
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chrisredco
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Posted - October 14 2011 :  11:13:40  Show Profile  Visit chrisredco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Indeed I did not and that fixed it perfectly, thank you! Consider me common!

Redco Audio
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