Associate-O-Matic v5 Documentation   Last Updated: 2013-11-26
 
 
   STORE
· Getting Started
· Amazon
· Categories
· Home Page
· Merchant
· Shopping Cart
· Site
· Subcategories
 
   CONTENT
· Built-In Boxes
· Custom Boxes
· Custom Pages
· Currency
· Display
· Meta Descriptions
· Meta Keywords
· Reviews
· RSS
· Search
· Titles
 
   APPEARANCE
· Background
· Buttons
· Colors
· CSS
· Images
· Layout
· Tabs
· Text
· Themes
 
   OPTIMIZE
· Advanced
· Cache
· Errors
· Filters
· Reports
· SEO
 
 
Control Panel - Custom Pages
 
Custom Pages

INSTRUCTIONS: This is where you setup your own custom pages (e.g. Contact Us, About Us, or anything else). You can link to these pages from inside or outside of your store. They are displayed with your store look and feel. They can contain any content whether it be Raw HTML, RSS Feeds or an external HTML/PHP File. To delete a Custom Page, set Page Type to Delete and resave your settings.

To link to a page you've created use the following format:
http://www.yourdomain.com/shop.php?a=[Page ID]
(see the SEO section of our online documentation for mod_rewrite instructions)

Page Type:
Select the Page Type (Raw HTML, HTML/PHP File or RSS Feed)

Page ID:
Enter a unqiue ID for the page (e.g. books, 123, etc).

Title:
Enter the Title of the page

Meta Keywords:
Enter the Meta Keywords for the page

Meta Description:
Enter the Meta Description for the page

Cache:
Check/uncheck box to toggle caching of the page (for pages that should change with each load, uncheck this box)

Tab:
Check/uncheck box if you want this page displayed as a Tab

NoFollow:
If Page Type is RSS, check this box if you want the RSS links to include the rel='nofollow' directive.

Order:
When Tab is checked, this will control the order it displays with relation to your regular store Categories

Page Content:
If the Page Type you selected was Raw HTML, you would paste the HTML in the Page Content section below. Or for a Page Type of HTML/PHP File, you would enter the server path or URL to the file/script in the Page Content section. Note: File paths are better and will load faster. On some servers you may need to use the URL. If the file is in the same location as your shop file, you might be able to simply enter the file name (e.g. yourfile.html, yourscript.php).