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Need help finding content in tabs

09-18-2014, 03:46 PM
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enigmatik2
Maybe this is a silly question, but nevertheless it has me stumped. On the front page of the Eximium template, there is a section called "YJSG v2 Joomla! template framework on steroids!" that has tabs. I am trying to find where that content is coming from so I can change it. I've looked in all the modules - found nothing there. Looked in all the articles and categories - couldn't find anything there. Looked in the template manager under layout - looks like it might be somewhere in that middle section where it says "custom page layout" but still, don't see anything there to edit or pull content from. Looked in components - nothing there. I read the documentation on tabs. Read the documentation on shortcodes. Still not understanding where to find that content.

Is that section a module? Where is it getting the content from? I want to insert a module in each tab but I don't know where to find the place to edit it. Can you help me?

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09-18-2014, 03:50 PM
# 2 (permalink)
enigmatik2
I found it. It's in the article called "features" for anyone else who might be looking, too.
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