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Specifying a menu to open read more into
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TOPIC: Specifying a menu to open read more into
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Re:Specifying a menu to open read more into 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 666
What is {$article_link} parameter? {$readmore_link} variable contains link to article.

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Re:Specifying a menu to open read more into 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 0
yes i was just suggesting this might be a solution as the readmore link seems to only display the second part of the text (not the introtext).

I was wondering if this was a specification in the readmore link since my configurations in the Joomla articles are set to display the introtext as well as the menu where i send the readmore link to.

Danny
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Re:Specifying a menu to open read more into 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 666
The module uses standard Joomla! API that generates links to articles. It is not possible to specify show or not introtext with help request variables. This should be specified in article settings, menu item settings and etc.

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Re:Specifying a menu to open read more into 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 0
OK, that's what I thought.

I will check my parameters again. I suspect i'm getting confused with the hierarchy of global/menu/articles parameters

Thanks
Danny
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