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Product List into Columns


moran

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Ok, i found it b4 for one project i did, but now im stupid and cant find it, but before i had a contribution that allowed me to change the product list into columns and it let me edit the number of columns and stuff in the admin panel. ANybody have a link for this?

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There is the standard osC feature;

Admin -> Configuration -> Product Listing -> Product Listing Display Style ->

  list or columns

 

 

ok call me blind, but I don't see that option under admin-config-product listing.

 

all I have is:

 

Product Listing

 

Title Value Action

Display Product Image 1

Display Product Manufaturer Name 0

Display Product Model 3

Display Product Name 2

Display Product Price 4

Display Product Quantity 0

Display Product Weight 0

Display Buy Now column 0

Display Category/Manufacturer Filter (0=disable; 1=enable) 1

Location of Prev/Next Navigation Bar (1-top, 2-bottom, 3-both) 2

 

 

I am using 2.2 ms2

 

am I missing something here??

 

RavenWulf

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standard MS2 doesn't have that switch.

It's something that is introduced by the product listing select contribution.

 

ok call me blind, but I don't see that option under admin-config-product listing.

 

all I have is:

 

Product Listing 

 

Title Value Action 

Display Product Image 1 

Display Product Manufaturer Name 0 

Display Product Model 3 

Display Product Name 2 

Display Product Price 4 

Display Product Quantity 0 

Display Product Weight 0 

Display Buy Now column 0 

Display Category/Manufacturer Filter (0=disable; 1=enable) 1 

Location of Prev/Next Navigation Bar (1-top, 2-bottom, 3-both) 2 

I am using 2.2 ms2

 

am I missing something here??

 

RavenWulf

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