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zamfir
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USA
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Posted - October 14 2008 :  12:26:58  Show Profile  Visit zamfir's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I'm trying to generate static html pages for http://volaretees.com

The pages generated for the products are correct. The base navigation is totally wrong. Compare:

http://volaretees.com/shopping/html/

What am I doing wrong?

-Mark

rvaga
VP-ASP Super User

USA
254 Posts

Posted - October 14 2008 :  19:27:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As I recall, tmp_generateheader.htm and tmp_generatetrailer.htm need to be modified, as these will be the header/trailer for the default.htm and categories (http://mysite/c12.htm - for example).

tmp_generate.htm is for the individual products, and needs to be modified to display what you want, how you want it.

It does take some experimenting, but it's a powerful feature. You might try using your current site page header/footer as templates for the tmp_generateheader.

Hope the above helps!
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zamfir
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USA
26 Posts

Posted - October 15 2008 :  08:41:17  Show Profile  Visit zamfir's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I see what to do now with the headers and footers, but my primary concern is that the index.htm file appear the same as my current home page, with thumbs of the products rather than a textual list, arranged in columns... Should I just try to strip the code from my current home page and plunk it in there in place of the default tmp_generate code?

-Mark
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zamfir
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Posted - December 19 2008 :  21:03:25  Show Profile  Visit zamfir's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Can somebody answer my question here?

-Mark
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