Overall header not updating

However it takes out my code in the header (which displays "Basket: £Sub_Total") and replaces it with: "Sub-Total: £Sub_totoal".Im guessing it takes the styling/setting from the cart and plonks it in the header.This behavior is otherwise dumb as to whether or not the resulting header is a valid primary or extension header.

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Ive done a crappy fix where I have put this at the end of the afore mentioned function: javascript:location.reload(true) Its pants though because the whol page has to refresh.

Waaaaa This way retains the ajax animation and updates both carts (one in left column and one in top right of header.

For a faster way to create a table of contents, see Create a table of contents automatically.

The easiest way to create a table of contents is to use the built-in heading styles.

You can also create a table of contents that is based on the custom styles that you have applied.

Or you can assign the table of contents levels to individual text entries.In previous versions of NAV, this was a challenge, but the Update Propagation property (and some well-timed calls to Curr Page. (NOTE: Those of you using a version of NAV prior to 2015 are sadly out of luck on this one.Tune in next time for another entry that will hopefully be informative and entertaining.) First, I should credit my sources.If the first keyword in the header is ‘SIMPLE’, and the first keyword in the input header is ‘XTENSION’, the ‘SIMPLE’ keyword is replaced by the ‘XTENSION’ keyword.Likewise if the first keyword in the header is ‘XTENSION’ and the first keyword in the input header is ‘SIMPLE’, the ‘XTENSION’ keyword is replaced by the ‘SIMPLE’ keyword.For example: , ensures that no duplicate keywords are appended; keywords already in this header are simply discarded.

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