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Related Items Extended is not showing up

Related Items Extended is not showing up... the module is enabled, assigned to all pages and a position but does not show on frontend... why?
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  • Replied by admin on Saturday, February 15 2014, 02:55 AM · Hide· #1
    Hi I've just checked your website and it looks like the module show up properly. Please see this page :
    http://xxxxxxxxxxx.com.br/2-uncategorised/1-10-melhores-filmes-de-2013.html
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  • Replied by codeware on Saturday, February 15 2014, 03:53 AM · Hide· #2
    ok, I was trying to see it in a blog layout page. Thanks!

    2 quick questions:

    1 - is it possible to translate the RELATED ARTICLES title?
    2 - is it possible to hide the author?
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  • Replied by admin on Saturday, February 15 2014, 06:45 AM · Hide· #3
    1 - is it possible to translate the RELATED ARTICLES title?

    Yes, you can change it on :
    [root]/language/en-GB/en-GB.mod_relateditems_xtd.ini

    around line 158 uyou will see this line :
    RELATED_ARTICLE="Related Articles"


    2 - is it possible to hide the author?

    From the module parameters page, set the option Show Meta to None
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  • Replied by codeware on Saturday, February 15 2014, 02:30 PM · Hide· #4
    ok, thanks again.

    Another little thing... this code - <p id="slidetag"> </p> (it call the plugin right?) is adding an extra space at the end of the articles. Is is possible to move this code to after the read more button or to make the <p> a <div> ?
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  • Replied by admin on Saturday, February 15 2014, 02:48 PM · Hide· #5
    Hi, can you tell me the url of the page so I can check it?
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  • Replied by codeware on Saturday, February 15 2014, 03:19 PM · Hide· #6
    http://10melhoresfilmes.com.br/
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  • Replied by admin on Saturday, February 15 2014, 03:26 PM · Hide· #7
    http://10melhoresfilmes.com.br/

    I don't see the module published there, can you point me directly to a page where you publish the module?
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  • Replied by codeware on Saturday, February 15 2014, 03:47 PM · Hide· #8
    If you use firebug and point right above the read more (green) button you will see the <p id="slidetag"> </p> which I believe comes from your extension.
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  • Replied by admin on Sunday, February 16 2014, 12:43 AM · Hide· #9
    Ah ok. That <p id="slidetag"> is a trigger if you use a slideout type of module. You can make it to to have less space by adding this css to your css file :
    .slidetag {display:block; height:1px;}
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  • Replied by codeware on Monday, February 17 2014, 01:34 PM · Hide· #10
    I had tried that before and I tried again but it did not work...
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  • Replied by admin on Monday, February 17 2014, 04:04 PM · Hide· #11
    Please try :
    .slidetag {display:block!important; height:1px!important;}

    Or if you didn't use the slideout type of module, then it is safe for you to delete that <p id="slidetag"> lines.
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  • Replied by codeware on Saturday, March 08 2014, 11:24 PM · Hide· #12
    Ok, I was able to fix that problem...

    But I have another quick question. Is it possible to make the 3rd column to look like the 1st and 2nd?
    http://10melhoresfilmes.com.br/melhores-filmes-de-faroeste.html
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    Replied by admin on Sunday, March 09 2014, 12:08 AM · Hide· #13
    Hi, Yes it's possible. From the module backend, simply fill the # Introtext Item = 3 and # Columns = Three Columns
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