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JF Texturia J1.7 - help please
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JF Texturia J1.7 - help please 17 Apr 2012 04:35 #49

I must tell you that this is a wonderful platform. great one. and easy to learn as well.

This is the first time i am attempting and i have managed to do a lot with it.

However, there are two things i am tearing my hairs off- mainly due to my lack of experience I suppose. Really appreciate if you could point me to the right direction.

1. In the homepage slideshow - there is a small rectangle with some texts- see below ( Lerm ipsum) - where will I find that to change the text.

2. How do I change the image parameter being displayed when you click an image. As an example, I changed the image with my own, and the image specs are published by default. How do I change it. see below to see what I am really suggesting.
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Re: JF Texturia J1.7 - help please 17 Apr 2012 04:40 #50

It's from backend bt_slideshow module. Please check attachment:
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Re: JF Texturia J1.7 - help please 17 Apr 2012 04:41 #51

Ok. Got it.
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