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Conventional Listing Contrib. Help...


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Hey all,


I installed Denis Stankovski's "Conventional Listing" contribution (found here: http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,858) which allows display of products as in-line elements right throughout the site, instead of listing products top to bottom.


Just a few tidy-up questions I'd like to ask:


1) Once the modification has been made, the first element is the column headings, but instead of being across the page, now they are clumped together as the first in-line element - I'd like to remove this altogether if possible... Same on the Shopping Cart page, however one of the headings is the "remove" button which I'd like to place elsewhere;


2) I have set the Product Name, Price, and Add to Cart button as visible for each product, but they are aligned to the right. I have looked in the "/catalog/includes/modules/product_listing.php" source code but changing any of the alignments doesn't change anything...


3) On some search result pages, I get the text "rock" displaying either at the top of the page, or in an in-line element. Seeming, "rock" appears as many times as rows of products, ie: If there are 12 products, (4 products per row, 3 rows) "rock" appears 3 times... weird??


If anyone has experienced the same thing or knows what I'm doing wrong (<--likely!!) I'd really appreciate any advice.





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