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Thread began 10/04/2012 7:34 am by sandy259886 | Last modified 10/04/2012 1:30 pm by sandy259886 | 897 views | 2 replies |


Simple Question

One little pet pete is how the category select field displays on the search page on my Mac in both Safari and Firefox (haven't tested in IE). I would like the drop down to be a drop down rather than a large "text-area" looking box with the options all showing.

Example: products_search.php

How do I change the css to make that happen in the configurable.css file?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it displays that way because it is a multiple select list allowing you to select multiple categories.

you could change it to a standard drop down select list, but you would loos the ability to search multiple categories at the same time.

on the products_search.php page, change the code for the select list:

<select name="ProductCategoryID[]" size="4" multiple="multiple" id="ProductCategoryID" >

and remove the size="4" multiple="multiple" attributes:

<select name="ProductCategoryID[]" id="ProductCategoryID" >
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You are the greatest

Thanks so much! This is always the dilemma isn't it? ... form vs. function

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