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Thread began 11/15/2011 4:21 pm by bill3786 | Last modified 12/05/2011 12:22 pm by bill3786 | 1767 views | 19 replies

bill3786

Hi Jason

I think I have resolved the problem with the dynamic menu subcategory not returning the correct products in the results page. When I copied the search page query string variables to the dynamic menu link it always returned the same results but I then replaced the ProductSubCateroryID=1 (where 1 was the particular product subcategory used in the search) with ProductSubCateroryID=[SubCategoryID] and it all seemed to work OK. Can you confirm that this is the correct solution? If it is then I dont need the support ticket.

While I was working with the dynamic menus I noticed two other problems as follows:

1. After saving the template which had the dynamic menu, an additional updated menubar was placed at the top of the template. I simply deleted this to leave the original updated menubar in its original position further down the page. Why is this ocurring?

2. After saving the template the dynamic menus were not displaying properly, showing some very small lines of text between the menu items. I discovered that the text was coming from some newly inserted lines in menu.php These lines were like this

?php
mysql_free_result($menuwriter_productcategories);
?>

There were about six or seven repeats of this and another single repeat close by. Once I deleted these, the menu displayed correctly. Again why is this happening?

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