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Can anyone tell me where I locate the code regarding the navigation bar as I seem to have lost mine on the way. It is set in admin correctly, but it is not showing. I figured I have inadvertantly deleted/changed the code somewhere along the way whilst adding a contrib.

Appreciate any help. :D

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First, in your index.php your should see a line that says:



IF you see that, then proceed to opening "catalog/includes/column_left.php".

Inside of column_left.php - you should have the following:


 $Id: column_left.php,v 1.15 2003/07/01 14:34:54 hpdl Exp $

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 if ((USE_CACHE == 'true') && empty($SID)) {
echo tep_cache_categories_box();
 } else {
include(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'categories.php');

 if ((USE_CACHE == 'true') && empty($SID)) {
echo tep_cache_manufacturers_box();
 } else {
include(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'manufacturers.php');

 require(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'whats_new.php');
 require(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'search.php');
 require(DIR_WS_BOXES . 'information.php');


If not, then copy and paste that into column_left.php - save it and upload it.

See what happens.


Don't forget to always back your files up!!!! Taking periodic copy's is always a great idea.


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Thanks for getting back to me but I am trying to find the code for the previous and next button that is located in the product listing. I have checked my left column and it is fine.

Any other suggestions?

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do you have a navigation bar in the specials and new products page?


If yes, you really only lost code in product_listing.php




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