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Anyone know what the problem is here


wra77877

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You are missing a line in catalog/includes/languages/english/shop_by_price.php

 

 

define('TEXT_NO_PRODUCTS', 'There are no products to list in this category.');

Wendy James

 

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i did that..but it still does not display any products when i click on the links...and i have products in my catalog...the only ones that work are the first and last link of the array..

 

someone please help me

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how can we help ?

 

No source code in the post ?

No link to any test system where we can actually see this ?

 

I don't think there are any psychics here LOL

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Try checking the language file catalog/includes/langauges/english/shop_by_price.php

 

When I first set mine up I had the price options backwards.

Should be Higher to lower price per row like below

 

"(p.products_price <= 50 and p.products_price >= 20)",

"(p.products_price <= 100 and p.products_price >= 50)",

 

 

I hadn't paid attention when changing my ranges and put something like

 

"(p.products_price <= 50 and p.products_price >= 100)",

"(p.products_price <= 100 and p.products_price >= 200)",

 

and it wouldn't work. switched it to

 

"(p.products_price <= 100 and p.products_price >= 50)",

"(p.products_price <= 200 and p.products_price >= 100)",

 

 

If that isn't the problem then I am unsure what it could be.

Wendy James

 

Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.

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