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Privacy Policy Placement

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by soccio97, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. soccio97

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    In looking at some of the other threads it appears I might be in the wrong place so please direct me somewhere else if that is the case.

    I bought a ready made web site mystudentloannow.com. The period of free help has expired and I'd like to learn to do at least the basics myself. I'm using cPanel and when I go to:

    File Manager - Public HTML - Includes - Pages - Privacy Policy

    I was able to enter the privacy policy in HTML the way I want it.

    I'd like the words "Privacy Policy" to show at the bottom of each page. When a visitor clicks on the words it takes them to the policy.

    When I look in: File Manager - Public HTML - Includes - Pages

    I see:

    <?php } ?>
    <tr align="center">
    <td colspan="2" class="copyright">Copyright 2006-<?php echo
    date('Y'); ?> © All rights reserved.
    <?php if (($use_privacy_policy == "1")||($use_terms_of_service
    == "1")) { echo " Read " ; }
    echo toslink();
    if (($use_privacy_policy == "1")&&($use_terms_of_service ==
    "1")) { echo " and\n"; }
    echo privacylink();
    if (($use_privacy_policy == "1")||($use_terms_of_service ==
    "1")) { echo ".\n" ; } ?>
    </td>

    Is this telling it to use the privacy policy? How do I modify it to look for the Privacy Policy page?

    I'd appreciate and guidance any one can provide.
     
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  2. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    You'd do better with google searching for how to edit HTML pages. What you've posted looks like it points to a language file where you'd edit text I guess. Whatever page your PS is on thats the file you'd edit via File Manager.

    This forum is not for these sorts of questions. You might check with your host to see if they have a support forum or can suggest to you more ideas.
     
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