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[joomla] Columns in user3?

ozzie sutcliffe oz.sutcliffe at gmail.com
Sun Nov 23 20:14:06 EST 2008


Don't forget different templates deal with objects in different ways.
I prefer to have customers pick out the template style they like then
work from there.
If you go to extensions / template manager then select the template
you are working with then click on preview it will show you the layout
of all the objects . Using this it will show you all the locations of
each object.

Oz.

On 11/23/08, Leam Hall <leam at reuel.net> wrote:
> Follow up--I think I need to spend more time with the Beginners section
> of the Joomla docs. That and some more soda...
>
> Leam
>
> On Sun, 2008-11-23 at 18:38 -0500, Leam Hall wrote:
>> Okay, next menu question. I have 4 "Sections" and want to list the main
>> menu in user3, the bar on top. That part works, but when I add what
>> should be a drop down or vertical list item under a Section they crowd
>> the Section items.
>>
>> Under "Menu Item Manager" -> "mainmenu", the "Sections" are listed as
>> "Article >> Section/Blog". Each one has a few sub-headings, and each
>> sub-heading is "Articles >> Catagory/Blog". Click the sub-heading and
>> you get the articles and the menu of related links.
>>
>> Make sense? I've been playing with the new site for a few hours and
>> might be a bit wonkier than I thought.  :)
>>
>> Leam
>>
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