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I’m checking the template newskit, and in order at Addon Articles I’ve check this features:

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I’m checking the template newskit, and in order at Addon Articles I’ve check this features:

- Ordering, Latest – Oldest – Popular – Featured Only
- Limit, Set the number of articles you want to display.

I would like to know if it’s possible to add:
1) In Ordering the featured excluded; with that it's possible to create a box that display the articles of one or more categories that are not featured and remove the duplicated articles into the same pages (if used also a featured articles in other box)

2) From (Number) articles, for to do that: in the first box, we can select of limit-4 car category, and in other article box, we can select from=5 and limit=4 for display other articles of the same category in other point of page with different layout. With this feature we can display more articles of the same category without duplicated content: in this example 8 article of category car.

It’s possible to improve this features?
And how much time do you think needed to do that?

1 Answers

Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thanks for your query. You can select more than one category in articles addon. But it's quite impossible to avoid the duplication. And that'll not supported in dynamic content system.
Hope you understand.

-Best Regards

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