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Slideshow article display

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When clicking on the slideshow article, how do i get it to display as a single article instead of displaying on the same page?

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Kawshar Ahmed - Senior Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Just publish the module for Home menu item.

Carlo Arioli

More than a month ago #Permalink
kowshar wrote:
Just publish the module for Home menu item.


I have the same problem and THIS does not solve or I don't understand what you mean by "Publish the module for the Home menu"! My Slider SP2 module IS inddeed publishes just in the home menu.

However - My home is formatted as a 3 columns below the display module. When I click on the "Read More" of the Slider Pro text beside the image -> instead of opening the link for the full article replacing the home, what happens is that article is instead published below the slider PRO still in the same home page and in the central column of the home.

BTW this is a nonsense - because doing like that I have the IMAGE on the hom in the slider and the same image in the article published just below in the same page.... My objective of the slide is to have the "Read more" to be opened as a single full page REPLACING the home page (i.e. the article itself).

--------------- SOLVED
OK Got it in my case I needed to PUBLISH a new "hidden" Menu linked to these articles. The articles were not in any other menu before.


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