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    Joomla Help

    Hello everyone.

    I've created a Joomla site based on the EduGeek package. Thanks again EduGeek!

    I have added/amended various bits and all works well apart from one thing. If I click on the Curriculum Menu on the Home page, I get taken to the Curriculum section with the intro page and I also get a list down the left hand side of which when an item is selected I get taken to that article and lose the menu/list down the left side.

    Does anyone know if it is possible to keep the list/menu for a section/catagory at the side whilst viewing particular articles?

    Thanks

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    Go into Module Manager > Curriculum Menu

    At the bottom where you select the pages it is allowed to be displayed on, make sure that the specific page in question is selected in TWO places. Needs to be selected as if you have accessed the page both from the curriculum menu, and from the top menu.

    Tom

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    Yes, if you go to the module manager, and select the curriculum menu, you can select which pages you want the menu to appear on. i.e. All, or hold Cntl and multiple select the pages you want and save the changes )

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    Thankyou to you both, all now looks good.

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