JEvents 1.5 (No longer actively supported)

How do I place the Calendar into the main section of my page

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Postby hockmasm » Wed Jan 12, 2011 4:50 pm

Great component! Thanks for sharing!

Right now the component shows up here:
http://localhost/joomla/index.php/calendar and my left sidebar and right sidebar are missing from my template.

How can i place the calendar into my mid section (component) the place where my article text shows up?

Thanks!
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Postby carcam » Thu Jan 13, 2011 6:03 am

The url you posted is located at your home computer and it is not accessible in the internet by that address.

If you want to show the minicalender just before your articles, your template should have a module position in that place.

If you want to put the main calendar instead of your articles, you just have to change the menu item type of the "home" and change it to "JEvents monthly calendar".
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Postby hockmasm » Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:20 pm

I posted some pics so you can understand better.

Here is my current layout:
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Here is what i get after installing Jevents. Linking from a menu items causes the Jevents to be in the center of the page, but i am missing my left navigation.

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Here is what I want. I want to place the Jevents inside the article area - keeping my sidebar. I will eventually add a Right Sidebar to the page too.

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Postby carcam » Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:40 pm

To show the menu in the left column, you have to go to the modules section of your site and configure the menu modules to be shown in that menu item.
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Postby hockmasm » Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:06 pm

i dont understand what you mean.

I don't want it in the left part. I want it in the middle
Like this:

left sidebar - middle article content (calendar here) - right sidebar.

That is how my template is set up. I can turn on or off the right sidebar depending on the page that a person is on. But the left sidebar always is there. It is the sub navigation.

Right now, I have a menu item called Calendar. I linked it to the JEvents Calendar. On that page all that is shown is the Header, Middle with Calendar aligned left, and Footer.

I dont want that, I want 3 columns. Calendar in the middle.
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Postby hockmasm » Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:23 pm

i think i fixed my problem. i just noticed that i have a Sub Menu that shows up whenever the Main menu item has Sub Links.

The calendar link does not have a sub menu, obviously. So i created a test module, published to the left, and it showed up!

I also noticed a Calendar item showed up in my Module list to show in.
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Postby susanpaz » Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:35 pm

I am having the same issue. I created a menu item and it shows up but left and right modules are gone as well as top menu, main menu, and user3 postion. I have checked in both the menu settings and in the module settings to see that the modules are enabled for the menu item. What do i do next?
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Postby Tonyp » Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:19 pm

Hello susanpaz,

This is joomla! you have created a new menu item for JEvents so you need to associate the modules with it.

Go to Module Manager, select the missing modules and add the new menu item to the page assignments. Or just select Appear on all pages.

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