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Help pls to increase no of items on category page
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TOPIC: Help pls to increase no of items on category page

Help pls to increase no of items on category page 15 Oct 2014 15:53 #5604

with reference to JF Creativia (free quickstart package install)

I seem to have a limit set to 10 on the number of items that will show on a category page .

If there are more than 10 items in the category the first (and sometimes other) images and text start to 'overlap and look weird' on the mouse hover.

I need more than 10 but also as the images are in rows of four it looks unfinished, especially as the item images and text start to mess up.

Is there a parameter that i can increase anywhere (i can't seem to find one), or is there somewhere in the code I can increase it?

Any help would be greatly appreciated please.

Update - I should say sorry that as the quickstart ships with K2 these are K2 categories and items that I am having an issue with.
Last Edit: 15 Oct 2014 15:58 by CallumH.

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Re: Help pls to increase no of items on category page 20 Oct 2014 02:53 #5616

Hello,
I checked on our demo. The system can display more than 10 items and does not break the layout. May you send me link demo?

thank you,
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