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sonny

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I'm working on this right now too. Wondering if someone can help me with the proper syntax.

 

I am using Mattice's (EXCELLENT) Define MainPage contribution and when I remove the following line *everything* disappears...including the code generated by Define MainPage.

 <?php include(DIR_WS_MODULES . FILENAME_NEW_PRODUCTS); ?>

Any ideas on how to get rid of the New Products box but leave everything else?

 

Thanks!!! :D

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Look for "colum_left.php" & "colum_right.php" in your category dir. They might be in your Includes dir, but not sure. . . Doing this from a buddies computer, not my box.

 

Now you will see which pages are there . . Open them up and you will see a bunch of other files that are included in here . . .Delete the included pages that you dont want. . .

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I had this problem in 2.1 and i figured it out, I had to go into the mysql database and under products table, i removed all the product fields and it cleared that table, I dont know how much help this is in 2.2, but i us upgraded tonite and i am still fishing around, Having some trouble though with the shipping modules, It seems that if i disable the shipping mods completly, i cant proccess an order at all??

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OK...I fixed my earlier problem with the Define MainPage mod, but I'm still having trouble getting rid of the NEW PRODUCTS box. When I delete the line of code (shown in above post) I lose all me CSS styles. The NEW PRODUCTS box does go away, but so do all the CSS settings.

 

I've also tried deleting the entire table row that envelopes the 'include' shown above. And I've tried deleting the surrounding <td> tags. I even tried just changine the 'include' line to regular text (123 testing)...and still the CSS styles go away every time.

 

Any more ideas?

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