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New Joomla v3.0 Installation
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New Joomla v3.0 Installation 4 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
I recently installed Joomla v3.0.2 and am using the Protostar template. I was looking for a slideshow extension for my site and decided to give ARI Slider a try.

I have uploaded some jpg photos in a subdirectory within /images and was able to successfully install the ARI Slider module. To embed a slideshow in one of my articles, copied the installed slideshow module and renamed the copy "carshow". I then added the image path to "carshow" module and selected "all pages" for the menu assignment.

I then edited my article and placed {loadmodule carshow} after the text. However, the slideshow does not appear in either Firefox or IE.

What am I doing wrong?
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Re:New Joomla v3.0 Installation 4 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 670
Hello,

Send a link to a page where you try to use the slider and screenshot(s) of module settings page. You can send it by email.

Regards,
ARI Soft
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Re:New Joomla v3.0 Installation 4 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Many thanks to ARI's prompt response. The fixes for my issue were:
    Changed path from “/images/XXXX/YYYY” to “images/XXXX/YYYY” (no leading slash)
    Changed module position from noposition to “myposition01”
    Changed code in article to {loadposition myposition01}


For any other slideshows, I will just copy that module and make the following changes:
    Change image path to reflect current image folder location
    Rename the module name to mypostion02, mypostion03, etc
    Use the applicable module position eg {loadposition myposition02} {loadposition myposition03} etc


To minimize my image folder storage size, I resized all of my photos to 640x480 for the web site. To get the slideshow to fit within the width of the article, I set the module's Responsive field to "Yes" and changed the Width to "640" and the Height to "480".
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