getCurrencyCount() > 1): ?>You can put in line #10 either $_name or $_code, depending what do you want to show in your currency selector. Here you can see how these changes affect to the selector. Next thing you should do is to tell Magento which template should be used for the selector. You should create “YOUR_PACKAGE/YOUR_THEME/layout/local.xml”, or just append the following content if you already have this file in your theme.
And finally, there’s one more thing you’ll need to do to make the template visible on frontend, Open “YOUR_PACKAGE/YOUR_THEME/template/page/html/header.phtml” (or create new file if there isn’t any) and add the following content:
After this, if you save everything, clear the cache and reload the page, you should see something like this: Note! By default, Magento is configured to show default currency selector if there is more than one currency set up. You can see that below: To disable default currency selector you need to addgetChildHtml('topMenu') ?>getIsHomePage()): ?> getLogoAlt() ?>getChildHtml('topSearch') ?>getChildHtml('topContainer'); ?>
getWelcome() ?> getAdditionalHtml() ?>getChildHtml('topLinks') ?> getChildHtml('store_language') ?> getChildHtml('custom_currency_selector') ?>
to default handle in your layout.xml. Then, your local.xml would look like this:
I hope this helped someone, cheers! Info! Source URL: http://inchoo.net/ecommerce/magento/how-to-add-currency-selector-to-magentos-header/