I have a database of the menu items used on my web site, there are more
than 100 entries.
How do I set up navigation arrows to point to the next appropriate page,
and the previous
navigation is too
important to allow it to be turned off in someones browser.
Category 1 with it's own item1, item2, item3
Category 2 with it's own item1, item2, item3
Category 3 with it's own item1, item2, item3
all have next, previous, home links at the top of their pages, so category
1 links to item 1,
then item 1 links to item 2 etc. Category 2 has item 1 linked to it's own
item 2 and so on,
and category 3 has it's own item 1 linked to it's own item 2 etc.
Now if I want to make item 3 in category 3 available on the category 1
menu in addition to
category 3, that's easy, but the links will point to category 3 pages, not
category 1 pages.
Hmm, I'm sure this is clear as mud.
I know how to move forward and backward within the database, like in an
I've done that before. But this is a little different, I don't know if it
is even possible. I am using
If anyone has any idea what I am trying to do please attempt to help...
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