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I am trying hard to move the checkout agreements in the last Checkout Step from the top of the page to bottom, right above the "order now" and "edit cart" buttons. But without success. Right now they are placed at top of the

frontend/mytheme/default/template/checkout/onepage/review/info.phtml.

But moving or commenting out the

<block type="checkout/agreements" name="checkout.onepage.agreements" as="agreements" template="checkout/onepage/agreements.phtml"/>

in the checkout.xml of "mytheme" does not seem to have any effect at all.

The only effect seems to have renaming the agreements.phtml to _old, then they are gone completely.

What is the problem there? I just would like to move the agreements to the end of the page, before the order buttons.

But be very nice if anyone could give me some support on this.

Regards.


Yes, the line <?php echo $this->getChildHtml('agreements') ?> is placed exactly like so.

What i do not understand is, if i comment out this line within the info.phtml and within the checkout.xml at base path and path of "mytheme" the agreements are still displayed at top of review.phtml.

Only if i rename both agreements.phtml within base and "mytheme"-path to like "_old" they are gone. But moving the line <?php echo $this->getChildHtml('agreements') ?> to place agreements at end of the page doesn´t work at all.

Do i have to do some configuration in the onepagecontroller.php-file to get this work?

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Check if this line:

<?php echo $this->getChildHtml('agreements') ?>

is placed inside the block with id checkout-review-submit before the block with id review-buttons-container in app/design/frontend/base/default/template/checkout/onepage/review/info.phtml

EDIT

The route app/design/frontend/base/default is the default theme of Magento. If you install a custom theme, check in the info.phtml or review.phtml of your theme.

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