Thanks for replying.
I haven't made any modifications to the code (as far as creating GROUPS).
What I did was this: I have my home page - then I have two links, one for Group 1 and one for Group 2.
When someone clicks Group 1 - they goto another page, which shows 3 image links (which are links to 3 different categories). If they click on Group 2, it goes to another page - again, showing three image links and each points to a different category. That's how I "grouped" it. Just a web page with links to other categories.
What I'd like to do is BYPASS those pages with links to 3 categories. I don't want the user to have to go through 2 clicks to get to the product pages. That's too many. I want them to be able to click Group 1 - and then have it show Category 1, 2, and 3. Above the product listings of the items in Categories 1, 2, and 3 - I'd like to have 3 links pointing to the specific categories so they could drill down more specifically if they want to.
Basically, I'd like to show products from 3 different categories, on the same page. Is this possible at all? Like have it display category 1 products, and right below that display category 2 products and below that category 3 products (without the user seeing any difference in categories) - or even mixed up. I don't care.
What do you think? Couldn't it grab the products from one, display them, and then grab them from the second and third category, right after each other?