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    Modified rokwebify template

    I'd like as much as possible to be editable by users using Front End logon and had a problem with Example1 and 2 on the rokwebify template.

    I think these areas should be mod_newsflash type modules so they can be edited directly by users from the front page.

    I worked out how to change this by creating a new section and category to hold an article and then copying an existing mod_newsflash module and pointing it towards my article.

    I then added a new menu item to the usermenu (copied and altered Edit Announcement One) to point to the article - job done.

    Now to save anyone else the hassle of doing this - how do I save my modified rokwebify template so I can upload it here for others to use?

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    Simon

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    And then having done all the changes I realised I could just un-publish the Examples and publish the Announcement modules in those positions instead!

    (Remove the module class suffix to make them look "normal")

    And now I realise that its not a template that I'm modifying - but the module layout and menu structure which I'm assuming can't be easily saved?

    regards

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