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    Devin Stone on #8755

    I have the same problem, just like Denis. Any update on this?

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    Devin Stone on #177

    Hey Brajesh,

    Sorry for the late reply, I just got back into the office today.

    It works perfectly! That should be everything I need! Thank you very much for your help. A+ support all around!

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    Devin Stone on #159

    Awesome!

    I think by ID ascending would be the best for now.

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    Devin Stone on #156

    Wow, that worked almost perfectly! Thank you so much!!!

    There are only two more minor revisions that I saw need to be done.

    1. If a user does not select a category at all, then the blog post goes into “Uncategorized”, which is a problem because “Uncategorized” is a higher ranked category than “User Blogs”. This means any “Uncategorized” posts will be organized in the Official Blog, not the “User Blogs” and its child categories. I have since created an additional “Uncategorized” child category under “User Blogs”. Is there a way for someone who does not select a category to be automatically assigned to “User Blogs -> Uncategorized”?

    2. Is there a way to order which category is listed first on the drop down list?

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    Devin Stone on #144

    Glad to hear about the archives!

    I’m not sure what you mean by “assign the child selected category only to the post and while listing, we list from that child to the top level.” Could you explain further?

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    Devin Stone on #141

    I realized I made a slight mistake in my original description. I said “I then want them to be able to select ONE category from sub-categories:” followed by “So the blog post category would end up looking like “User Blogs, X” on the post page”. However, I realized that sometimes I need for the blog post categories to show three categories like “User Blogs, X, X”. This is because third level sub-categories, like “Dating & Relationships”, are structured like “User Blogs -> Pick-Up -> Dating & Relationships”.

    To summarize, I need for users to only be able to select one category, but if the chosen category is a third level sub-category, I’d like for it to also display it’s second level parent category. I understand if this is too late to request, but I thought I’d throw it out there if it’s an easy fix. Thanks again!

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    Devin Stone on #140

    Correct!

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    Devin Stone on #136

    It seems my category list formatting didn’t take in my original post. I’ve attached a screenshot here instead. http://i.imgur.com/kTVXSw8.png

    If I can throw in another small request, I’d like to know how to remove the bullets from the category list as well. Thanks!