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Sub categories — How to build an Ecommerce website using Django 3 and Vue.js — Part 23

Welcome to part 23 of “How to build an Ecommerce website using Django 3 and Vue.js”. In this part of the series, I will add sub categories to the project. To show these, I will use a dropdown menu in the navigation bar.

I’m also going to add breadcrumbs for the products and the categories to make it easier to navigate.

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