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ChrisTheGrant

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  1. Thanks, that worked great. Chris
  2. Hi, Ive just downloaded this contribution and installed it. I think that its a really good idea and works really well, however I have one problem with it. On my site - www.car-puters.com/catalog, when I am logged in and click on product notifications, the link appears to be broken and it sends me to a page not found site. If anyone can help me with this i would be very grateful. Best Regards, Chris
  3. Hi, I am using option 2, and wanted to know if it was possible to set a default value for the field (e.g. Search) in the search box, but when the user clicks on the field, this value dissappears. Thanks Chris
  4. Thanks Jack, that did the trick. And thanks again for this contribution. It is really helpful. Thanks, Chris
  5. Hi Jack, Thanks for your reply, but i still dont know which two files i am comparing. I have tried looking for the categories file in the origional contribution file that i downloaded but i can not find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Chris
  6. Hi, I have been searching the post for a while for parse error problems from other people, and I have found quite a lot, but no real solution or explanation as to why it happens. The error I get is "Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_CASE in /home/wejxxcqn/public_html/catalog/admin/categories.php on line 1047" whenever I click on the catalog page. This is the first contribution that I have installed and I am not very experienced with PHP. The following is the code for the categories page.