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Thread began 9/05/2014 10:39 am by Christopher West | Last modified 9/05/2014 12:59 pm by Christopher West | 513 views | 3 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Hi Jason, ok I probably be doing a premiere ticket with Ray because I will be using the new MySQLi server behaviors and was told that currently the webassist search server behavior doesn't use MySQLi yet.

So from my understanding, what you are suggesting is that the entire navigation system is using the webassist search server behavior. Ive never actually done a menu navigation yet solely on the search server behavior. I just want to make sure this is what you mean just in case you havent miss-understood what I wanted done.

Since the navigation is based on 9 menu links (comprising of 1 link for homepage, 5 links that are drop-downs for sub-categories and the last 3 links are just links based on product filtering for products that are new arrivals, best selling products and products that are instore now).

please note which I refered to "sub-categories" they are still considered top-level categories though (because they main menu links are categories however they are hard-coded into the website design since those categories will never change).

One issue I am facing is my client wants bread-crumbs for the main categories links to be displayed on the categories page...however since new-arrivals, best-sellers and in-store now menu links can be a random combination of products from differing categories then obviously i wouldnt be able to show bread crumbs for those 3 menu links.


Chris

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