Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..
I to am very interested in this mod..
Hope someone can help...
On first glance, it looks like the drop downs are just categories that are stuck in drop down menus, when you click on a make like Ford the web page refreshes and pupulates all of the sub-categories that belong to the Ford parent. Is tht what you guys are after? Something that puts your sub-categories in a drop down list?.
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Exactly that I want !!! can you help me ?
ALright one more go around to make sure I got this right.
So you have your category menu on the left that initially lists all of the main parent categories..
When someone clicks on the Parent category,.
You are usually brought to a page with images and/or links to the various.
Sub-categories. You want these subs to be in a drop down menu, where a person selects it and they go to the Product page of that category or possibly another nested sub-category drop down menu?..
Yes, That is what I am looking for..
Been a while since I been back, this will allow me to get my feet wet again in OSC..
MS2 has a few changes of functions and other things I have noticed versus previous releases. I will do this up for you, and let you know when I am done...
The page you reffered is exactly the same what osc does. when you add catagories and products in them and when in products you have sub catagories, it will do that. now if you want to add some logo or an image along the text in the catagories ection please go to contributions and search in images...
Choice with dynamic droplist.
Do Someone know how to develop a Choice with dynamic droplist, (marques -> modles -> prices).
Like in this web iPage site :.
Thanks, I thing that all the community want a contribution like this one !!.
Thanks to help us ......
This will be a great feature, I am also interested in it...