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I'm trying to style my taxonomy/term page and as it turns out, a lot of people are trying to do this. Internet is filled with tutorials and how-to-guides, but for some reason, it seems I'm doomed and not able to do so.

I've installed the Taxonomy Display module and I think my settings are all good:

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And my view is configured with the taxonomy arguments:

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But still, the products/tents (aka taxonomy/3) doesn't take the View style I've configured... What am I overlooking here?

When I take a look at my live preview of my view, it seems everything is right. Only something looks overwritten on my website because there it doesn't take over the Views layout.

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Keep in mind

  1. The taxonomy path is normally taxonomy/term/% ( not taxonomy/% )
  2. Views ships with a default taxonomy/term/% override ( just needs enabling )

Perhaps that will help.

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Thx for your help. I've tried your number 1, but still with no results... The default taxonomy override is not sufficient enough for my purposes I'm afraid. – Michiel Jan 10 '13 at 23:15
I usually use the default taxonomy/term/% view, change the path to views/taxonomy/term/% and embed it in the default taxonomy_term Panels page. – David Thomas Jan 10 '13 at 23:33
Allright, you helped me out on this one! Thanks – Michiel Jan 14 '13 at 8:32

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