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  • tomydamic68
    • Jan 2009
    • 75
    • 3.8.x

    [Forum] Home link not showing when clicked, no content?

    I'm confused, when i click home button link in the navbar it shows nothing under the "front page" or no content.
    See here http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/l...Picture1-5.png

    But if i edit and click on the front page content it shows perfect see here http://www.jerseyfinest.com/content....rsey-Community! scratching my head here! I need this to show every time you click on the home tab.
  • Steve Machol
    Former Customer Support Manager
    • Jul 2000
    • 154488

    Your forums are turned off so I do not know what you mean. Have you posted any articles for the Home page?
    Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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    • tomydamic68
      • Jan 2009
      • 75
      • 3.8.x

      Sorry, it's not turned on, it's not ready to go live. What i am trying to do is just have a "page" or a landing page if you will, with "Hello, Welcome, this site what this site is about, blah, blah, blah," So if you click home, this is where it goes, or when you type in my URL, it goes to this landing page. The CMS thingy is very complicated unless you have taken 8 years of coding or computers in college. I almost wish i went with the forum only, (sorry, not trying to down it, it's just a bit complex and i have found no good articles on it either.) If you look at this site, it's the same look i want http://www.pygmychameleon.co.uk/content/
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      • Lynne
        Former vBulletin Support
        • Oct 2004
        • 26255

        Go to your Home page and hover over the section title and click the edit pencil that appears. Then change Columns to be set to 1. Make note of the name of the Layout. Save. To add more widgets, go to admincp > vBulletin CMS > Layout Manager and edit the Layout you are using (that you just took note of) and add the other widgets you want. You may want to click on Home here and read some of the CMS articles available.

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