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I am having following category structure.

Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
    - Category 3.1
        - Category 3.1.1
        - Category 3.1.2
        - Category 3.1.3
        - Category 3.1.4
        - Category 3.1.5
    - Category 3.2
        - Category 3.2.1
        - Category 3.2.2
        - Category 3.2.3
        - Category 3.2.4
        - Category 3.2.5
    - Category 3.3
        - Category 3.3.1
        - Category 3.3.2
        - Category 3.3.3
        - Category 3.3.4
        - Category 3.3.5
Category 4

In my layered navigation I need this as follows:

Category 3.1 (attribute)
    - Category 3.1.1 (options)
    - Category 3.1.2 (options)
    - Category 3.1.3 (options)
    - Category 3.1.4 (options)
    - Category 3.1.5 (options)

Category 3.2 (attribute)
    - Category 3.2.1 (options)
    - Category 3.2.2 (options)
    - Category 3.2.3 (options)
    - Category 3.2.4 (options)
    - Category 3.2.5 (options)

I need to make this dynamically and programmatically.

Please let me know how to achieve this.

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  • i had tried creating the attribute programmatically and adding options to it.but latter in the mid i found that this are the product attributues.i wanted the attribute at the category level. Commented Feb 13, 2015 at 11:31

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If you are trying to create a Layered Navigation then all you need to do is make the category an Anchor by setting is Anchor to "Yes" in the category page then make sure that the Attributes for your product are able to be used in a Layered Navigation.

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  • i know this.i am looking for the category name to act as the attribute. Commented Feb 13, 2015 at 12:46

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