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pelicanPaul
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Posted - September 29 2006 :  09:39:11  Show Profile  Visit pelicanPaul's Homepage  Reply with Quote
How does one make the CATEGORIES in say the

CATEGORY BOX

in the left nav of the shoppage_header.htm file look like the Category Tree-

shopcategorylist.asp

????

Paul

pelicanPaul
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Posted - September 29 2006 :  16:38:03  Show Profile  Visit pelicanPaul's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I got this here

http://www.vpasp.com/helpnotes/shoptocdetail.asp?id=604

But when I put this include as instructed

Open shop$db.asp file and add the following at around line 17 (with
!-- #include file="shopnavcategories.asp" -->


I gives me an error

HTTP 401.3 - Access denied by ACL on resource
Internet Information Services


Listing Categories and SubCategories in the Left Navigation
If you would like to have your left navigation bar display categories and subcategories like it does in shopcategorylist.asp (see fig 1), follow these simple instructions.

Download and unzip the following file to your VP-ASP folder: shopcategories.zip
Open shoppage_header.htm and replace:
%NavigateShowCategoriesStyled%>

With:
%DisplayNavcategories%>

Open shop$db.asp file and add the following at around line 17 (with the other !--#include file="xxxx.asp"-->:
!-- #include file="shopnavcategories.asp" -->
The final result is shown as fig 2. If you would like to format it, you may want to give the table a class, so that it can be modified by CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).

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support
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Posted - October 04 2006 :  16:16:39  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi,

Have you managed to get this resolved?

The error message you are receiving indicates a permissions problem.

Please take a look at:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=247603

Thank you

Michael
VPASP SUPPORT
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pelicanPaul
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Posted - October 05 2006 :  08:38:45  Show Profile  Visit pelicanPaul's Homepage  Reply with Quote
thanks,

silly XP has this thing now for ASP files where it blocks them when from ZIP files. it is resolved. i had to click a box in the properties/security settings for the file. Paul
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