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Show categories box on non-catalog pages


betagirl

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To keep a session trail going you'd need to also include application_top.php, plus the code which calls in the Categories Box in includes/column_left.php.

 

If those other pages are .htm or .html pages then they'd also need to be able to parse php code, which means they'd need to be added to the list of page file extensions which parse php in the servers httpd.conf file, or else via .htaccess (Apache servers only).

 

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To keep a session trail going you'd need to also include application_top.php, plus the code which calls in the Categories Box in includes/column_left.php.

 

If those other pages are .htm or .html pages then they'd also need to be able to parse php code, which means they'd need to be added to the list of page file extensions which parse php in the servers httpd.conf file, or else via .htaccess (Apache servers only).

 

Vger

 

Vger -

Thanks so much for your reply.

 

I had done those things already. The problem seems to arise because of the other files called by application_top - I believe because of how they are included - relatively vs. absolutely. But I'm not sure and before I go messing with all the associated files, I thought I might see if someone else had done this and there was another way I hadn't considered.

 

 

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