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Where is the path of the article changed?

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I would like to change the path of the articles, where is this done?
I found the box in the SP Page pictures under Home. Can also change the name there. But how is the box linked that I can create my own folder in the Hika Shop and this is linked with it? Or is there really a routine behind it which article is called the most? Only how can I edit this? So my articles are displayed in it? I also tried to integrate a module in the box which is linked to Hika Shop. But nothing is displayed to me.

Likewise, I'm looking for the link of articles for Recent Post.

Thanks in advance!

best regards

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More than a month ago #Permalink
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best regards

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