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    Anyone know the tag needed to turn :

    [WM-LinkIndexPrevious]Previous Page[/WM-LinkIndexPrevious] : [WM-LinkIndexNext]Next Page[/WM-LinkIndexNext]

    into:
    [WM-LinkIndexPrevious]Previous Product Name[/WM-LinkIndexPrevious] : [WM-LinkIndexNext]Next Product Name[/WM-LinkIndexNext]

    Any Help would be mucho appreciated.

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    Wouldn't that be [WM-LinkPrevious]Go Previous[/WM-LinkPrevious] on the detail pages?

    just replace Go Previous with Previous product?

    That's what I do anyway, I'm still a newbie with the tags and workarounds!

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    Thanks Mrs W, but that's not exactly what I was looking for.

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> just replace Go Previous with Previous product?
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE> You see I needed a tag that would call the previous product name.

    I don't think there is a tag that does that, so here is what I did....

    I used excel and copied the entire "product name" and "product url" fields. I then pasted them in as new fields "nextproduct" and "nextproducturl" into the feed. I deleted the first record, and that moved all the fields up one. I then used this code:

    We also recommend: &lt;a href="[WM-Field: nextproducturl"&gt;[WM-Field: nextproduct]&lt;/a&gt;

    Maybe there is a better solution, but this one worked great. I hope it helps someone else.

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