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    Hi Everyone,

    OK I have installed the Edugeek Joomla - looks very good but it does not appear to have a menu...

    How can I add a menu?

    I would like the menu to be near to the top where the school logo will be - someone has showed me an example of where it should be (over to the right of the page) it would be excellent...how can I get it to show please?

    Thanks in advance!

    Johnathon

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    Hi,

    The Menu should of been installed and activated as it is included in the EduJoomla Package.

    Go to Extensions > Module Manager > Main Menu

    Just see if that is installed as it is the module which is used for the Top Right hand menu.

    Did you download the EduJoomla package from here: EduGeek Projects ? and did you install that joomla package or/ install joomla and just add the template?

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    Hi,

    The Menu should of been installed and activated as it is included in the EduJoomla Package.

    Go to Extensions > Module Manager > Main Menu

    Just see if that is installed as it is the module which is used for the Top Right hand menu.

    Did you download the EduJoomla package from here: EduGeek Projects ? and did you install that joomla package or/ install joomla and just add the template?

    James.
    Hi James,

    Yep I downloaded it from the EduGeek Projects site and then installed it.

    I have logged in and went to the extensions etc. The main menu is there...now in the enabled column there are no ticks or anything but if I click on the main menu it does say its enabled but still doesn't show on the site...

    If you go to the EduGeek projects site too and go onto the example site there is no menu on that one either...strange...

    Johnathon

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyr View Post
    Hi James,

    Yep I downloaded it from the EduGeek Projects site and then installed it.

    I have logged in and went to the extensions etc. The main menu is there...now in the enabled column there are no ticks or anything but if I click on the main menu it does say its enabled but still doesn't show on the site...

    If you go to the EduGeek projects site too and go onto the example site there is no menu on that one either...strange...

    Johnathon
    Then i can only assume it's to do with the browser or/ settings in which you are using. Out of curiosity which browser are you using? and have you tried resetting to factory defaults settings or using an alternative browser.

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    Then i can only assume it's to do with the browser or/ settings in which you are using. Out of curiosity which browser are you using? and have you tried resetting to factory defaults settings or using an alternative browser.

    James.
    Hi James,

    Yep tried all of that but no luck...where hosting with one although I don't see that been to much of a problem?

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    As EdTech says it's Go to Extensions > Module Manager > Main Menu then it's a question of changing the Position in the Details box: mine says Position: TopMenu but on my test site it's position 3. It's a case of trying each one till the menu pops up where you want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speckytecky View Post
    As EdTech says it's Go to Extensions > Module Manager > Main Menu then it's a question of changing the Position in the Details box: mine says Position: TopMenu but on my test site it's position 3. It's a case of trying each one till the menu pops up where you want it.
    Its not that, it just isn't showing anywhere :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyr View Post
    Its not that, it just isn't showing anywhere :-(
    PHP on server is version 5.3.5...is this compatible?

    Also can I get the edugeek template to work with joomla 1.6.0?
    Last edited by johnnyr; 14th February 2011 at 11:00 AM.

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    If you don't see the menu on the project website or any other EduJoomla website then i can only assume that is something to do with your client browser or/ settings. Do you have a link to your website and i can see if it works for myself then.

    James.

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    See here-

    topmenu - mainmenu

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    I've used levellr3r's script to overcome the problem of missing menus - it works (thanks) but the next day the menus have disappeared again. Running the script again makes them re-appear. How do I get them to stay permanently?

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