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<html> <head> <title> Enter your credit card details. </title> </head> <body> more html… <!--E-PAGE TABLE HERE--> more html… </body> </html> The template should resemble the rest of the shopping experience so that the customer does not immediately realise that they have been redirected but, as a secure encrypted connection will be used, there should be as few images as possible. A typical template page consists of: a ‘header’ image, a plaintext message for the customer and the required “<!--E-PAGE TABLE HERE-->” tag. Simply using the general colour scheme of the other pages in your shopping cart is quite effective. Below are the full requirements for the template page: Template pages must contain the payment form tag: <!--E-PAGE TABLE HERE--> 1. All images/CSS used in the template must be referred locally on our server. There should be no absolute URLs to external images/CSS. This means that you will need to send the image files to us along with the template page. 2. There can be no scripting of any kind in the template for security reasons. It should contain only basic HTML. 3. The name of the file must be: template.htm 4. All necessary files should be placed in a folder with the same name as the sub-account for which the template is intended (the default sub-account is always ‘internet’
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