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    Taking information from a database using PHP?

    Hi guys,

    Basically I have an Opencart website which allows custom information pages to be built in the admin control panel. The information for the pages is stored in the database.

    I have created a page called Returns and another called Delivery.

    What I am trying to achieve is to automatically copy the content of these pages into the product pages. So basically if I was to go into the admin and update the delivery page for example it would then automatically change the delivery text on the product page as well for me so that I do not have to manually go in and change it myself each time.

    I am not that sure what the best way of going about this is.

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Most people here write their own code and thus come here to share help and bits of code. This isn't really a forum for the support of commercial products such as opencart so please don't get your hopes up too much for any assistance. The odds of someone here knowing that product inside out are low. You may want to contact the authors of the software to see if they can help.
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