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    Default Seperate Attribute Names

    Hi all

    After working with the Attributes for a while, (see other posts) I have now got them close to where I want them. However, as I am using two or three Attributes with the same name to accomplish different things I was wondering if anyone knows a way of naming the Attributes in the back-end so when they are selected they appear as that name, but on the site they appear differently eg:

    In the back-end I could have:

    "Author 1"
    "Author 2"
    "Author 3"

    However on the site all of these would appear as:

    "Author"

    Thanks

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    It's a great idea but not possible I'm afraid.
    Regards,

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix View Post
    Hi all

    After working with the Attributes for a while, (see other posts) I have now got them close to where I want them. However, as I am using two or three Attributes with the same name to accomplish different things I was wondering if anyone knows a way of naming the Attributes in the back-end so when they are selected they appear as that name, but on the site they appear differently eg:



    In the back-end I could have:

    "Author 1"
    "Author 2"
    "Author 3"

    However on the site all of these would appear as:

    "Author"

    Thanks
    So what do you want it to say on the site
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    I just want it to say Author

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