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Question I have... What website builder will work with iPage? Thanks in advance for any comment. Another quick question... I am trying to display a list off all subcategory items while viewing it's main category. The idea is to show all of the items from all subcategories (within that category (in the standard list format)) under the links to select subcategories... and to do so without duplicating items to multiple categories..

Example: Category "cars" has 3 subcategories, "red, blue, green" when you select "cars" from the menu the page would shows the subcategories "red, blue, green" on the top (like OSC does by defalt) then list all item from these 3 subcategories below. The customer could select the item from the long list. Or the customer could select a subcategory, "red" and only the the items from that subcategory would be listed..

Has anyone had any luck with this?.

I can't seem to figure it out....

Thank you,.

Jeff..

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

Thank you for the quick reply,.

I'm not sure if that is what I am looking for. Do you have a link to the iPage site I can see it in action before I make any modifications?..

Comment #2

Hi Jeff,.

Sample browse by categories.

I installed a package here for you to check out..

You can see the admin functions here:.

Admin.

Easy to install also, hope it works for you...

Comment #3

TJ,.

Thanks for the visual. That is a great modification but unfortunatly not exactly what I require. I need to be able to display each individual product contained within subcategories while viewing it's parent category..

I guess if there was a way to display both methods contained in index.php that might work too. Change the query to include the "root" categories....mmmmm..

I think I'm making it harder that it really needs to be..

Any Ideas???.

Jeff..

Comment #4

No Prob..

That's a good one. I saw your iPage site - nice.

You must be using the same machine to surf that you host your iPage site on eh? hehe.

Https://www.anabolicexpress.com/.

Anyways... Are the products always the same or do they change alot? you COULD build a static page to display links to them???.

Other than that it's over my head. Hope you can figure it out. If I can help let me know..

T.

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Tjreynolds.

: 14 May 2004, 21:35..

Comment #5

I shouldn't have posted you web Addy. Sorry wasn't thinking..

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Tjreynolds.

: 14 May 2004, 21:35..

Comment #6

TJ.

That's just my NT server running ASP for testing, behind a router IP. No biggy.

I'm actualy on a diferent machine. Port 80 points to the NT server..

I'll let you know if figure this one out..

Anybody else have any ideas????..

Comment #7

I am trying to display a list off all subcategory items while viewing it's main category. The idea is to show all of the items from all subcategories (within that category (in the standard list format)) under the links to select subcategories... and to do so without duplicating items to multiple categories..

Example: Category "cars" has 3 subcategories, "red, blue, green" when you select "cars" from the menu the page would shows the subcategories "red, blue, green" on the top (like OSC does by defalt) then list all item from these 3 subcategories below. The customer could select the item from the long list. Or the customer could select a subcategory, "red" and only the the items from that subcategory would be listed..

Has anyone had any luck with this?.

I can't seem to figure it out....

Thank you,.

Jeff..

Comment #8

Http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contri...l/search,browse.

This might solve your problem. I use it and it seams to work well for me...

Comment #9


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