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Is the "Welcome Page" that shows after a person...

Added: 06/26/2012   |   Updated: 4 Years Ago

Question   Is the "Welcome Page" that shows after a person joins editable, and if so, how?



Answer    Yes, it's editable by editing the .html file in the File Manager

The file you would edit is:
/uploads/adminpages/do-join.html




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