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We use MarkDown compatible syntax for the README files. (Did you know this forum uses MarkDown syntax as well?)

# Header 1
## Header 2
### Header 3

### Ordered list
1. Item 1
2. A second item
3. Number 3

### Unordered list
* An item
* Another item
* Yet another item

**Bold text**
//Italic text//
`Inline code`

### Code block
    <?php // This line is indented 4 spaces ?>

Example

	    __    _ __       ______           __ 
	   / /   (_) /____  / ____/___ ______/ /_
	  / /   / / __/ _ \/ /   / __ `/ ___/ __/
	 / /___/ / /_/  __/ /___/ /_/ / /  / /_  
	/_____/_/\__/\___/\____/\__,_/_/   \__/  
	                      www.litecart.net
	                                         

################
# Instructions #
################

1. Always backup data before making changes to your store.

2. Run the following MySQL Query in your favourite database manager i.e. phpMyAdmin:

    {Insert some MySQL code here}
    
3. Upload the contents of the folder public_html/ to the corresponding path of your installation.

4. Proceed with the modification instructions below.

#############################
# Modification Instructions #
#############################

## 1.1. In ~/path/to/file.php

**On line ~000, find**

    {Insert some code here}

**Before that, add**
**After that, add**
**Replace with**

    {Insert some code here}
    
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
(72 characters separator using dashes, used for separating more modifications in the same document.)

_______________________________________________________________________
(72 characters separator using underscores. Used for taking the user to a new step in the instructions.)
readme-file.txt · Last modified: 2015/06/12 21:40 by 78.72.180.122