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Anyone know which contribution is used here


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Follow this link http://www.csctoronto.com/store/index.php?cPath=9


Note that when click on the main category, the subcategories are displayed, but its showing the product name in each box with see more about each sub category


rather than using images of sub category...


anyone know which contribution is used


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Does anyone know which contribution is used in this site because this site uses really good mods in oscommerce


instead of showing sub category images, it shows one of the items in subcategory and gives a link to show more


see this http://www.csctoronto.com/store/index.php?cPath=9


also in product listing page, each product is in individual boxes...http://www.csctoronto.com/store/index.php?..._25&sort=4a


anyone knows which contribution are these??


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its a template possibly off-the-shelf.


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I doubt that is a template, looks pretty stock to me, they may have used the contribution graphical borders but changed the border images, there are a few addons to that one also, you could always email them and ask what they did


Click below:

Individual boxes for products in central modules - cajas individuales para productos de modulos centrales 2.2-CVS 16 Dec 2006Graphical Borders 2.2-CVS 23 Nov 2006


HTH, it is a start for you anyway

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