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    Default Re: Categories Dressing

    If there is a method you can use to distinguish between subcats you want in different colors, you can replace the selection code ($box_categories_array[$i]['path'] == 'cPath=3_42') with that.
    I can't be any more specific without knowing exactly how you want to change colors.

    You say "1000 products", but how many subcats do you have?
    You don't need to specify every subcat; make a spec that covers them generally, and then specify the exceptions with the code above...
    Last edited by gjh42; 27 Aug 2007 at 04:29 PM.

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    I have 17 categories and there are 17 subcats inside so..i need only this 17 subcats to have diferent.

    Categorie 1 green(picture)...subcategories will be GREEN
    Categorie 2 blue(picture)...subcategorie will be BLUE
    etc.

    Thank U for you interest!

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    So are there 17 different colors you want for subcats? And if you have 17 top cats and 17 subcats, how many subcats are in each topcat?

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    I have 17 TOPcat and they have lots of subcategories.

    For example TOPcat ONE has 2 subcategories which all of them I need to have green.

    TOPcat TWO has only products inside (40 products) - this background colour I need to have blue

    TOPcat THREE has 7 subcategories which I need to have Black...etc etc.

    Simply said...I need to have every subcategory the same colour as have its TOPcategorie.


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    OK then, a filter for subs of a particular topcat will do the trick. Give me a few minutes.

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    I couldn't locate the exampe I had previously worked out like this, so had to redo it...
    You will modify this section of tpl_categories.php:
    PHP Code:
      for ($i=0;$i<sizeof($box_categories_array);$i++) {
        switch(
    true) {
    // to make a specific category stand out define a new class in the stylesheet example: A.category-holiday
    // uncomment the select below and set the cPath=3 to the cPath= your_categories_id
    // many variations of this can be done
    //      case ($box_categories_array[$i]['path'] == 'cPath=3'):
    //        $new_style = 'category-holiday';
    //        break;
          
    case ($box_categories_array[$i]['top'] == 'true'):
            
    $new_style 'category-top';
            break;
          case (
    $box_categories_array[$i]['has_sub_cat']):
            
    $new_style 'category-subs';
            break;
          default:
            
    $new_style 'category-products';
        } 
    This code will return just the top category id for whatever the current cat is:
    PHP Code:
    $current_top str_replace(strstr("_",$box_categories_array[$i]['path']),"",str_replace("cPath=","",$box_categories_array[$i]['path'])); 
    Insert this between the "for" and "switch" statements.
    PHP Code:
        case ($current_top == '3'):
            
    $new_style 'category-subof3';
            break; 
    Insert one of these for each top cat you wish to distinguish, in the spot noted. They must be in exactly this location to work correctly.
    PHP Code:
      for ($i=0;$i<sizeof($box_categories_array);$i++) {
        
    $current_top str_replace(strstr("_",$box_categories_array[$i]['path']),"",str_replace("cPath=","",$box_categories_array[$i]['path']));
        switch(
    true) {
    // to make a specific category stand out define a new class in the stylesheet example: A.category-holiday
    // uncomment the select below and set the cPath=3 to the cPath= your_categories_id
    // many variations of this can be done
    //      case ($box_categories_array[$i]['path'] == 'cPath=3'):
    //        $new_style = 'category-holiday';
    //        break;
          
    case ($box_categories_array[$i]['top'] == 'true'):
            
    $new_style 'category-top';
            break;
          
    /* add all individual subcat cases here*/
          
    case ($current_top == '3'):
            
    $new_style 'category-subof3';
            break;  
          case (
    $box_categories_array[$i]['has_sub_cat']):
            
    $new_style 'category-subs';
            break;
          default:
            
    $new_style 'category-products';
        } 
    Style these like

    a.category-subof3-text {background-color: #112233;}

    a.category-subof4-text {background-color: #223344;}
    Last edited by gjh42; 27 Aug 2007 at 07:26 PM.

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    Default Re: Categories Dressing

    Erratum: the strstr() function is laid out differently from the functions I am used to, so the $current_top statement will need to be changed to this:
    PHP Code:
    $current_top str_replace(strstr($box_categories_array[$i]['path'],"_"),"",str_replace("cPath=","",$box_categories_array[$i]['path'])); 
    I have not tested this whole setup, and it is possible that strstr() may cause an error in top cats. This error may or may not matter in execution; please post with any results, and I will debug if needed.

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    Default Re: Categories Dressing

    I don't know how to say it but....YOU ARE GENIUS
    Oh man...I am so happy! You helped a lot!

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    Default Re: Categories Dressing

    I was wondering if you were limited by button size to the size of the sample buttons or can you use any size buttons you want to use?

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    Default Re: Categories Dressing

    Category and heading images can be any size you want.

    Be careful not to make them wider than the column/sidebox width is set for, *accounting for padding/margins*.

    If you are using background images, you will of course have to specify the element width and height in the stylesheet, as the background does not take up space by itself.

 

 
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