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I'm having problem too.. html is on..i can't get the widget to even appear.. help?!
What is the URL address of the page where that happens?
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This help? Enable extensions?
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Here's the solution that was sent to me, hope it helps.

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div.ecwid-categoriesTabPanelBottom {
display: none;
}
This solution works but subcategories are hidden ¿how can I show subcategories?
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This solution works but subcategories are hidden ¿how can I show subcategories?
Hi,

This custom CSS rule hides the subcategories in your horizontal menu:

div.ecwid-categoriesTabPanelBottom {
display: none;
}

You should remove this rule. I see you tried to fix the problem reported here http://www.ecwid.com/forums/showthre...57&postcount=7
Though we were not able to reproduce it, I presume it’s caused by the code of your shop page and how browsers process that code.
If you check the HTML source code of the page at http://www.congela2.com/, you will notice that the code starts straight with the <HTML> tag. The page code is missing a special parameter called doctype.
Basically doctype tells a browser which version of standards to use to properly render the page. If doctype isn’t defined, some browsers may assume that the page should be displayed according to the most oldest standards, which are currently referred to as the 'Quirks Mode'. This mode may make browsers display many new elements on HTML page in unexpected ways, causing such a wrong display as you reported.

So to solve the problem, you need to insert the below code line in the code of your page, right before <html> tab:
Code:
<!DOCTYPE html>
This will allow all the modern browsers to display your page according to the latest standards, and should fix the layout.
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