I'm currently working on my first opencart website and have learned so much from this forum.
I have been searching for a while now and have not come across this small issue I am encountering. I have some category names that are around 20 or so characters. These are set up as sub categories. So when you select the parent category, these sub categories show up under the Refine Search heading on the products lists pages.
The problem is that any of my sub categories longer than 16 character or so will wrap onto the next line.
Is there any way to prevent this and keep the text of longer sub category names on the same line. I searched through all the files that called the Refine Search and could not find anything obvious that would control this.
The sub-category FunJet / FunJet Ultra is one example. I would like for the 'Ultra' not to wrap to the next line.
Here is a link to my incomplete site I am working on showing the additional columns:
http://smallpartscnc.com/new/index.php? ... ry&path=20
By the way, I'm using versing 220.127.116.11 and have made a few changes in regards to categories such as removing the (0) after each name.
I went ahead and removed some of my 'test' categories and reduced the amount to only 4 categories for a single column on any of the product pages.
But it still wraps to a new line. I'm thinking it is a setting in one of the product pages files. Maybe there is a table width set some where that we can increase. Just a guess.
One thing I noticed that was interesting. If you had a very long word with no spaces, it will continue on the same line all the way across the page. Even if you have more columns it will just continue over the neighboring column. But as soon as you put a space in it, it will wrap after the space. Maybe a clue?
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I had to play with these two settings to get exactly what I wanted. I ended up going back to 18% under the .category-list ul section and just changing the #container width (which is something I wanted to do anyway).
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