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I was thinking in implement a module or modify the code to implement a second layer of categories. I mean, right now you can select a category, or if you select the multiple categories option, you can select multiple of them.
But what i would like is to have a category layer for geografical places (cities) and a second one for topics. So, do you think there is a way to do it? Any tips about the things to modify?

Thank you

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    Needs to get a few custom options to my site based on "Pligg". but I can not find:

    - Add an expiration date, or manually take off from the current

    - Add the option to the division of posts: Online, in strore or both.

    - At the post have submit the selection with the location: city

    Was that someone was able to do it for me and how much it would cost?

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    What do you mean by "...or manually take off from the current" ?

    "Add the option to the division of posts: Online, in storre or both."

    Does this mean to have a drop-down select?

    "At the post have submit the selection with the location: city"

    for this, you can use the extra fields in Pligg. Do you know how?

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    What module are you talking about?

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    I wanted to buy a module

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