Editing Magento’s Top Links (The Better Way)
Editing Magento’s Top Links (The Better Way)

Editing Magento’s Top Links (The Better Way)

Published February 24, 2010 in Development
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You might need to read the post about using a local.xml file before this post makes much sense.

We offer all our clients a completely customized design from scratch, which means changing anything – including those annoying defaulted top links.  This post will show you how to edit your top links (without editing core layout files which may change when you update Magento) by utilizing a local.xml file. You can even add your own custom links without touching any template files! [NOTE: This specific example assumes you are using the blank theme. Layout handles may differ from theme to theme.]

 

In local.xml:

If you absolutely cannot find a way to customize your top links using these methods, you can edit the /template/page/template/links.phtml

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