Re: [gwiley] Category Template

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By MikeB - February 2, 2010

Hi gwiley,

Thanks for posting!

You mentioned you have a modified category page, was this the tutorial you followed?

http://www.interactivetools.com/forum/gforum.cgi?post=77543#77543

If so, then you're still using the default file that Article Manager uses for it's category index pages, which can be found here:

/artman2/templates/articleLists/categoryIndex.html

This should be the template that is controlling your category index pages for you and this is where you can add your placeholders. Just be sure to make a backup before you get started with this.

I hope this helps! [:)]

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Re: [MikeB] Category Template

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By gwiley - February 3, 2010

Thanks! Worked like a charm...[:)]

Re: [gwiley] Category Template

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By MikeB - February 3, 2010

Glad to hear it! [:)]

Let me know if you run into any other issues or have any additional questions!

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