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Product Size Problem

Thread began 12/21/2009 5:12 pm by wing183873 | Last modified 1/29/2010 5:34 pm by Jimmy Wu | 955 views | 5 replies |

wing183873

Product Size Problem

Hi, I'm trying to figure it out how to fix the product size drop down menu.

I would like it to be:
Size
Small
Medium
Large
Xlarge

But every time that I add a Size into it, the order becomes random like the example below:

Large
Medium
Size
Small
Xlarge

how can I arrange it so that it can look in orderly matter?

Thank You

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wing183873

Originally Said By: wing183873
  Hi, I'm trying to figure it out how to fix the product size drop down menu.

I would like it to be:
Size
Small
Medium
Large
Xlarge

But every time that I add a Size into it, the order becomes random like the example below:

Large
Medium
Size
Small
Xlarge

how can I arrange it so that it can look in orderly matter?

Thank You  




I just notice that every time I add a Value for Size it puts it in Alphabetical order instead of put in it in the other that I want. How can I fix this. Help Please!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the product detail page, change line 429:

php:
$query_OptionValues = sprintf("SELECT options.OptionName, productoptions.ProductID, products.ProductLive FROM options INNER JOIN productoptions ON productoptions.OptionID = options.OptionID INNER JOIN products ON products.ProductID = productoptions.ProductID WHERE OptionGroupID = ".$row_ProductOptions['OptionGroupID']."  AND GroupingID = (SELECT GroupingID FROM productoptions WHERE productoptions.ProductID = ".$PIDParam_ProductOptions." LIMIT 1) ".$AddToWhere." ORDER BY OptionName", GetSQLValueString($OGIDParam_OptionValues, "int"));



to:

php:
$query_OptionValues = sprintf("SELECT options.OptionName, productoptions.ProductID, products.ProductLive FROM options INNER JOIN productoptions ON productoptions.OptionID = options.OptionID INNER JOIN products ON products.ProductID = productoptions.ProductID WHERE OptionGroupID = ".$row_ProductOptions['OptionGroupID']."  AND GroupingID = (SELECT GroupingID FROM productoptions WHERE productoptions.ProductID = ".$PIDParam_ProductOptions." LIMIT 1) ".$AddToWhere." ORDER BY OptionID", GetSQLValueString($OGIDParam_OptionValues, "int"));




this will set the list to display in the order you add the options.

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Jimmy Wu

If you look in your Products_Detail.php page and find the $query_OptionValues = sprintf....

Find the part that looks like this " ORDER BY OptionName" and you can delete the part that is contained in the quotes, but leave the quotes.

This will display the options in the same order that is displayed in the admin section.

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jaa397769

it works but?

Why do I have to enter my options backwards to get it to display correctly, for example, I have to put it in as such

XL-L-M-S-XS for it to view as XS-S-M-L-XL

That doesn't seem right. Please advise.
THank you

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Jimmy Wu

You don't if you make the modification. The ORDER BY clause can be ordered by ASC or DESC depending on how you set it.

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