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Author Topic: Making other categories have subdirectories like the User Galleries.  (Read 3061 times)

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I really like how the user galleries section is organized, and would really like all other galleries to look and function like this but with out user uploading. All I want is the name of the category on the main page, clicking on that gives like... "Trip Photos" then under it you'd see "Trip to Disney World 2004" and inside there I could have Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, etc. with pictures just of those days inside their own folder to keep it all seperate. But also be able to put future visits in their own category like "Trip to Disney World 2005". Please tell me there's some way I can do this. I'm so frustrated right now I could scream after I finally got CPG to work (mostly).


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Re: Making other categories have subdirectories like the User Galleries.
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2004, 09:20:54 am »

You can create sub-categories in the category manager, and you can then change the config setting for 'Number of levels of categories to display' to 1, so they will not be shown on the front page.
It has been a long time now since I did my little bit here, and have done no coding or any other such stuff since. I'm back to being a noob here
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