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Old January 15th, 2011, 04:16 PM
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I see what you've done. Here's what your code is currently:

HTML Code:
[product.each]
  <p>
    <h3>[product.name]</strong>
      from <span style="color:#999;font-size:85%;font-style:italic;">[product.merchant]</span></h3>
    [coupon.description]<br />
    
      [product.description]<br />
      <hr>
    
  </p>
<br>
[product.end]
There are a few problems:

You have this </strong> but not starting <strong> tag

[coupon.description] is not outputting anything because there is no description for these coupons.

[product.description] will just give you an unformatted list of coupon information.

I would do something like this:

HTML Code:
[product.each]
<p>
	<h3>
		[product.name] from <span style="color:#999;font-size:85%;font-style:italic;">[product.merchant]</span>
	</h3>
	Begins: [coupon.begin], Ends: [coupon.end],  Code: [coupon.code], Restrictions: [coupon.restrictions]
	<hr style="margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom:10px;">
</p>
[product.end]
If you don't need it, you can create the view named "coupons" under the CATEGORY PAGE menu.

Eric