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Core Content Pages

Magento Go comes with several default content pages that you can use to get started. At the very least, you will need to update the Home, About Us, and Customer Service pages to replace the sample data with content that is suitable for your store.  The other pages do not contain sample data, but can be improved by incorporating the visual presentation and voice of your brand.

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Home

This sample Home page is based on the “2 columns with right bar” layout. The main content area of the page includes a static image and a dynamic list of new products.

About Us

This sample About Us page is based on the “1 column” layout, but uses HTML to create three columns of text. You can use this page as a template, or try a different approach. By default, a link to the About Us page appears in the footer of your store.

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Customer Service

Customer Service This sample Customer Service page is based on the “3-columns” layout, and can be used as a template for your own information. By default, a link to the Customer Services page appears in the footer of your store.

Page Not Found

The “404” Page Not Found page is based on the “2 columns with left bar” layout, and is named for the response code that is returned when a page cannot be found. This page appears if there is a broken link on your site, or if a URL to a page no longer exists.

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Enable Cookies

The Enable Cookies page appears whenever a visitor to your site does not have cookies enabled for their browser. The page provides step-by-step, illustrated instructions to enable cookies for the most popular browsers. This page is based on the “1 column” layout.

Service Unavailable

The “503” Service Unavailable page is named for the response code that is returned when the server is unavailable. This page can be set to appear when your store is in Maintenance Mode.

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