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    Quote Originally Posted by basnyd View Post
    Based upon another post, I believe I should be looking in the index.php for the query I need to modify that generates this page - Flag Pins : osCMax v2.0 Am I correct?

    Can someone point me to the correct query? There are several on the page and so far I haven't figured out the correct one.
    Hello , i reach your site and found that your category page is exactly what i want, ( the product name and price sort) .

    can you tell me how to do this?

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    Default Re: Alphabetical links within categories/sub-categories

    Quote Originally Posted by akoma View Post
    Hello , i reach your site and found that your category page is exactly what i want, ( the product name and price sort) .

    can you tell me how to do this?
    All of the code I modified is posted in the 05-31-2007, 06:47 PM entry of this thread. Is there something further you are looking for? I didn't program anything for the sort, so I'm not sure what turns that on.
    Last edited by basnyd; 03-18-2008 at 04:25 AM. Reason: added more to the answer

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    Smile Re: Alphabetical links within categories/sub-categories

    You will probably need to use the cPath= variable in the url.

    So something like:

    Code:
    $yourcheck = $_GET('cpath');
    if ( ($yourcheck = '4') || ($yourcheck = '8') || ($yourcheck = '11') ) {
    // Do your alpha sort thing
    }
    I have not tried this nor do I fully understand what you are trying to achieve but this should hopefully get you started.

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