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hello

i try your module
www.pargaud.com/nos-realisations.html
my article is in category number 83 : nos realisations

my link menu alias : nos-realisations.html
go to articles : nos realisations
my breadcumb : Accueil : Nos réalisations

when i clik in my article i go on : www.pargaud.com/nos-realisations/83-nos-...reprise-pargaud.html

and my breadcumb is now
Accueil Nos réalisations nos realisations Bureau de l'entreprise Pargaud
and my url : www.pargaud.com/nos-realisations/83-nos-...reprise-pargaud.html

how tu have
breadcumb : Accueil Nos réalisations Bureau de l'entreprise Pargaud
url : www.pargaud.com/nos-realisations/98-bure...reprise-pargaud.html

thanks to your help
stephan

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Hi Stephan,

Are you displaying the module inside an article?

Currently the article links in the CoalaWeb News module are produced using Joomla's com_content helper route.php file which is part of Joomla's core so I don't have control over it.

I think to achieve what you are looking for you might have to have a look at your current configuration because Joomla is going to add the category and then the article when creating the related links.

You have the module displayed here: www.pargaud.com/nos-realisations.html

But this location(Category) exists:


You could look at the category alias for example to have the breadcrumb display something like this:

Accueil -> Nos réalisations -> Category Name -> Ravalement d'une résidence

Thanks,

Steve


Hi! I'm Steve the founder and head developer of CoalaWeb design studios. I'm an avid supporter of open source projects and the GPL license.

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Quoted from an email:

ok thanks

yes i displaying the module inside an article

can i displaying directly with menu?
thanks

Cordialement,
Stéphan Waraux


Hi! I'm Steve the founder and head developer of CoalaWeb design studios. I'm an avid supporter of open source projects and the GPL license.

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Hi Stéphan,

Currently that isn't an option with CoalaWeb News but it would be a nice feature so I have added it to the feature request list for further investigation.

Thanks,

Steve


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Quoted from an email:

How to have the same presentation like you demo?


Let me explain how I have News setup on the Coalaweb demo.

I have category called:
  • News Demo

Inside that category I have seeveral articles:
  • News Core (Main)
  • News Pro (Main)
  • News Article 1
  • News Article 2
  • News Article 3
  • News Article 4

Then in the menu I have this:



The menu items link to the main articles (News Core and News Pro) which explain a bit about the extension and then the modules are displayed around the page (not in the article).

I hope that helps.

Steve


Hi! I'm Steve the founder and head developer of CoalaWeb design studios. I'm an avid supporter of open source projects and the GPL license.

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