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03-29-2008, 09:23 PM
# 11 (permalink)
If you dont see mod_image_slider there, then the modules been uninstalled.
03-29-2008, 09:51 PM
# 12 (permalink)
Then why under Module Manager / New is Images Slider Module V2
After installation of a module make following steps: etc... ... \ name=\module\ value=\mod_image_slider\ onclick=\isChecked(this.checked);\ />Images Slider Module V2 ... --- present???

And why is all of this information listed on the Module Manager / New page? Would this ingo be better listen in a doc file? This surely makes for a junked up Module Manager / New page.

I may want to try this again later and take more time to understand just what I can do with this mod.
03-29-2008, 10:13 PM
# 13 (permalink)
This will be information kept in the database. Just tick the module and click on delete.

As for the information, thats just the way module information is displayed. Many modules add detailed descriptions/installation instructions that get displayed in the Module area.

There are many uses for image manager, you can showcase products, advertising, maybe display a few images from a gallery with a direct link to the gallery itself. Or as Im using it for, enticing visitors to signup to the site using text layered over graphics.
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