hs-l, if you only have three categories (one for each cat) and don't intend to change them often, then you could hard code three buttons on the template with URLs that include the category ID (i.e, ...index.php?category=1, etc. and a fourth button that resets the URL to not have a category.
You can also use the category drop down tag (<SC_BROWSE_CATEGORIES>)that GeoS developed to be able to limit your browsing.
But as you say, I expect that GeoS update will make all of this even easier.
GeoS, two things come to my mind for suggestions, the first of which I mentioned earlier so you may already have it covered:
1) a <SC_THUMBNAILS> replacement for the browse_template that passes the category ID selected in the browse template to the image_template;
2) I have put the <SC_BROWSE_CATEGORY> on my main page, but I wanted also to tell viewers that they were in fact browsing a limited set. I have currently hard coded in the template beside the drop down: "You are currently browsing <SC_CAT_NAME>.", which works fine when one has actually selected a category. When no category is selected, since <SC_CAT_NAME> is blank, my sentence remains unfinished. Code in the tag that results in "all images" or "All" or "all categories" when no category is selected would be nice.
That is all I can think of right now. Thanks again.
Last edited by RobbieMc; 03-17-2006 at 07:56 PM.