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Categories showing items from sub categories. (Solved)

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Hi,

   I have a category called Coin Op.   In it I have two sub categories.   Slot Machines, and Trade stimulators.   When a user goes to the Coin Op category, all the products from the two sub categories show.   I would like the main category to not show any products, so the user has to go either to the Slot Machines, or Trade Stimulators to see the products.    How can I prevent the products from the two sub categories, from showing up in main category of Coin Op?   Any help would be appreciated.

pb4sc

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In addition, I learned yesterday that the path of categories that shows upper left in products' page has to do with 'default category'.

If I choose as default category the last one, the whole path shows, like 'start' 'cameras' 'digital' 'this_camera'. If I set another as default, it showed only 'start' 'camera' 'this_camera'.

You can find default categories in the same Backoffice page.

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Hi,

   I appreciate your guys help, but when I went to Associations for the Black Cherry, the CoinOp category was not checked.  (Capture1)    Then I went to the coinop page, and the Black Cherry was showing along with a trade stimulator on the CoinOp category, when I want it to only show in the sub category, not the main category of CoinOp.   So basically the Black Cherry is showing on Coin Op, and Slot machines.   I only want it to show on Slot Machines.

Thanks for your time and help,

pb4sc

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there is another toggle i found  from the back office go catalogue / catergory  under each category there is an option to turn off display products from sub catergories, not sure if that will help.

 

 

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Pellet,

   You are the man.   That worked.  So simple, but for a newbie, so complicated.   I really appreciate your help.

 

pb4sc

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18 hours ago, pb4sc said:

Pellet,

   You are the man.   That worked.  So simple, but for a newbie, so complicated.   I really appreciate your help.

 

pb4sc

Im a newbie too we are all learning together

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