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Portfolios manager 05 Jul 2015 23:35 #6991

On the creativia demo you are using the K2 and metafizzy (WS-Portfolio module??)

I created K2 items with categories and additional info, and a menu item that linked to categories, and that worked.

In the WS-Portfolio module, they use the module, with the loadposition keyword inside a single article, and manage the content within their module config.

Can I manage K2 items with the WS Portfolio module ? I thought that this is what you did in the creativia demo. Maybe this is a question for the module manager

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Re: Portfolios manager 06 Jul 2015 03:27 #6994

We don't use WS-Portfolio module. Edit K2 category, select a template is "jf_creativia".

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Re: Portfolios manager 06 Jul 2015 07:26 #6998

I dont understand where to select the template, under K2 categories.?

I am trying to understand how the portfolio, using metafizzy is done, with the creativia template.

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Re: Portfolios manager 07 Jul 2015 02:43 #7001

Login to backend -> Components -> K2 -> Categories -> edit k2 category -> you can see "Select a template" in right hand.

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