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Hi there,

 

I don't want to speak too soon so I won't say that I've nearly finished!

 

I have an annoying '+' sign in the product listing header that appears after the word products and I have no idea where to find it.

 

Of course, I have looked in product listing.php, and the definition files without any luck.

 

Is it a breadcrumb? What is a breadcrumb? And why is it called a breadcrumb?

 

Can anyone please help with where to look or what I have done?

 

Thanks in advance!

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The term "breadcrumb" comes from "Hansel and Gretel" (?) - leaving a trail of crumbs in order to find their way back out of the forest.

 

with "breadcrumb navigation" you are able to display the current page's context within the site structure:

 

e.g. top>catalog>advanced search...

 

so where exactly is your plus sign appear?

Did you try? Did you fail? No matter! Try again. Fail again! But fail better!

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Oh right! Thanks!

I should have known!

 

Well it's not that one, I don't know what it called! Its immediately above the product listing as a header with the texts:

Products+ Price Buy Now

 

I have looked for the defines and can't see anything wrong...

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Ah. got you now.

 

the plus sign is simply indicating that the products' information is listed based on each "product name" if you click "price" for instance the plus would move next to price, etc. this helps your customers look for the products depending on their priority, etc. so is for instance brand is important in a customers purchase decision they are able to organize the product list based on manufacturer name alphabetically!

Did you try? Did you fail? No matter! Try again. Fail again! But fail better!

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