I downloaded and installed the JD Newyork template, I am making configurations and adapting the template to my needs.
I am having trouble finding the positions of the modules to edit their content.
Using the parameter "?TP=1" visualize the positions, for example, to the top of the site in the position topbar-1, contact data is displayed, I need to edit that information, but when looking in menu -> extensions -> modules, In that modular position there is no module.
Can you explain how I should edit that content.
If you are using JD NewYork template then you must be aware that the template is build on Astroid Framework and if you do not find a module you wish to change within the Joomla module manager then you can check if it is there in Astroid.
Similarly to modify this contact information, go to the Astroid backed >> Miscellaneous >> edit the Contact Information (www.screencast.com/t/t3HPhb8586of). Here's the documentation if you need any more help: docs.joomdev.com/category/astroid-user-manual/miscellaneous/
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Perfect, for me this framework is new, for this reason I will be asking some questions these days.
Regarding modules, a new problem arises.
This template includes basic HikaShop, to which I add HikaShop Business, I would like to add a login module, so that the user can log in and access their profile, view their orders, etc. and log out whenever you want.
Add a joomla core "access data" module and I assigned it to the modular position to the right of the content or to the left of the content, but there is no way to make it visible in the front end, the module is published, on the pages corresponding but cannot be viewed.
Can you help me with this problem?
Greetings, thank you very much!
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Problems with modular positions
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