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Thread began 6/04/2013 6:35 pm by Paul | Last modified 6/13/2013 9:17 am by Paul | 919 views | 18 replies



Here is what I did now...

I went through the WA Repeat Region Wizard.
Selected ALL records
5 Columns
Chose my CSS for the odd and even rows
Clicked ok

Went into the rsProducts Recordset
Added the prodCategories database item and SELECT it to the SQL statement (as the tutorial said to do).

Changed out the [Your Repeated Content] with the prodCategories field.
At this point, the page looks good, except there are no links to the products in each category...

The problem is that I am trying to use the code you gave me the other day (see below) to click on a category and have the results page show all the product for that category. This is where the page gets funky looking. The tutorial said to go to the ADVANCED button in the recordset and select prodCategories. This act removes the other fields from the recordset so I can't do what you did below.

What do I do?

<a href="categories_products.php?<?php echo $row_rsProducts['prodID']; ?>=<?php echo $row_rsProducts['prodName']; ?>">
<?php do { ?>
<p><a href="categories_products.php?prodCategories=<?php echo $row_rsProducts['prodCategories']; ?>&Search=Search"><?php echo $row_rsProducts['prodCategories']; ?></p>
<?php } while ($row_rsProducts = mysql_fetch_assoc($rsProducts)); ?>

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