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module installed, images uploaded, now what? 11 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0
Joomla! newbie. I've got my articles and menus working, now I'd like to add image gallery functionality.
Our organization has multiple activities - biking, bridge, ..., wine tasteings etc.
I have an article for each. Examples:
    images/Activities/Biridge/2011-12/TournamentWinners

    Images/Activities/LadiesLuncheon/2011-06/ChucksSteakhouse

Each activity has events, one or more per month. I'd like a gallery for each event.
I have loaded the Image Path with some 30+ paths, each to an event with 2 to 30 photos.
I don't need titles/descriptions etc. at this time, I'd just like to make the photos available.
Basic question: Now what? Do I do it somehow from within Article Edit?
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Re:module installed, images uploaded, now what? 11 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 744
Hello,

"ARI Slick Gallery" is a module. Joomla! shows modules in module positions which are defined in a site template. If you want to embed a module into an article, you can use "Content - Load Module" standard Joomla! plugin. More information about it can be found here.

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ARI Soft
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