carpenoctem Posted October 24, 2005 Share Posted October 24, 2005 For the horizontal line, I don't know. You'd have to add in extra code for that, maybe a whole new table? You could add it in at the bottom of each listing, but it wouldn't go across the whole table (as you've seen). It might be simple, but it might be really complex. Maybe CSS? I know you could add a border around every table cell, but that's not what you're looking for. Theoretcially you should be able to set "border-bottom" but I've tried that before and it didn't work, however I may have done it wrong. CSS can be like PHP, one wrong move and you're road kill. As for sorting, it's not supposed to sort. The default sort should be A-Z. Maybe your items are actually being sorted by price? That custom sort order contribution looks cool, I may try that out in my store. Maybe even roll it into this contribution. Adding the ability to have the customer sort the products is on the "To Do" list. Unfortunately I have a real job.... Gotta go, U2 beckons.... do you have any recommendations for what to try and add to the css file, and under what label? i tried playing with it just a bit... and seeing what came up... and couldnt get it even to do lines around everything...... where did you put the border-bottom code? what if i just wanted to have something like having each row be its own table....... i bet that would work for the lines...... say like <table> <tr> <td>product1</td> <td>product2</td> <td>prodcut3</td> </tr></table> <table> <tr> <td><img src=..... code for horiztontal line...></td> </tr></table> <table> <td>product4</td> <td>product5</td> <td>prodcut6</td> . . . . . is something like that possible????? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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