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  1. Hi, I have a multistore setup and in one of the stores, the leftside category block just displays the root category and has to be clicked on to display the subcategories. Is there a way to hide the root category and just display the subcategories? Or even if you can't hide the root, can you show or list the subcategories without having to click on the root to expand that tree? Thanks much!
  2. Hi, Paul. Very nice module, but I'm looking for something in a list instead of a grid because we'll have some websites with only a few products. I can manually put a list together with html, but it's nice to have it pulled dynamically for image, price, description and add to cart buttons. But thanks for pointing me to that module, I haven't really found one yet that pulls from a specific category instead of just "featured" products.
  3. Hi, I'm trying to display a list of products from a certain category on my homepage. The only way I can figure out how to do this is to add an html module and include something like "index.php?id_category=938&controller=category" in an iFrame, but then it shows the header/footer of the website and looks messy. Can anyone point me in the right direction to maybe use an override, or module so that I can define a category or certain products to show in a LIST? (with a little product info, add to cart button, etc.) Also, I've used featured products modules before, but they're almost always in block format, plus I'd like to just define a certain category of products to show up anyway. Thanks in advance for any help!!
  4. Great... I'll give it a go. Thanks for your time and for clearing that up!
  5. Oh I meant whether it was one of the more economical SSL certs that basically just covers www.store.com, vs a wildcard that covers subdomains like www AND ssl.store.com. The wildcard SSL's are really expensive.. around $150 vs $10 for the other certificate. The Multi-Domain ones are even more, but seem like they're easier to configure with this multistore setup. I'm definitely looking into the SNI Multiple Domain SSL certificates, but our server doesn't support it yet. (still on an old version of centOS), and I'm trying to use your steps to get ours working on multiple IP's. Also when you said you created two page rules above, did you do this in cloudflare? Could you elaborate on that step a bit more? I really appreciate your help here! Thank You.
  6. Thanks for posting this, I'm also trying to setup multiple SSL domains. I have one question though, is your SSL certificate a wildcard, or for a single host/domain? (*.store.com vs. www.store.com) Thanks.
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