sitandspin Posted January 31, 2008 Share Posted January 31, 2008 Thanks, this did help! Now I just have to style it and set it up the way I want it. However, I have another question. It may not be STS related, but you seem like a knowledgeable guy and you might know the answer. Is there anyway to link the categories and manufacturers pulldown menus so they work together like a filter? Say someone pulls down the "Software" category in a default osC install, it shows all of the products under "Software." After that, the manufacturers' dropdown is pulled to "Sierra" and it shows just the Sierra products under the "Software" category. Ideally, my setup looks like this. search box | category drop down menu | manufacturer drop down menu I've used the Search Box Anywhere contribution to improve the default search and move it out of an infobox. I've got $catmenu for the drop down and the $manufacturerbox (unboxed like your reply) as the next drop down. So, if a customer wants to quickly browse through categories or manufacturers, the dropdown takes care of that. But if they try to refine their category browsing and limit it by manufacturer, the category resets to all categories. I want it to stay on the selected category to allow further refinement by the manufacturer box. Sorry for the long question! I hope it has a simple answer! Yeah, I didn't realize until right now that the Show: on the product_info page already filters the results by category or manufacturer. So forget this post! I'll just customize the layout to get it looking the way I want. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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