Okay, please bear with me. The problem here is the lack of detail in the directions. It would be easier to set up a single link from start to finish rather than drip feeding of information. This isn't a criticism, it's a genuine attempt to help steer the keyboard weary fools such as myself in the most direct fashion possible. Honestly, if I can get just one link to function correctly, in the manner I want I can figure the rest myself.
In the interim, whilst I waited for a reply, I managed to add another row (with your help in the other thread Neo, thanks for that), add a third party extension that almost does what I want (albeit with limited text options, no option to add H1, H2 tags etc which is bad for SEO), style the CSS and get it to work responsively. So I can't be too stupid - and it works.
"ok than it is what I assumed" (I guess you mean I'm clueless
"go in Joomla menus ,
create new menu
create new menu item in new menu and it should be category of your target article ,
It didn't do.
So, in detail, what I did was this:
I went into my YJ Module Engine and under 'Joomla News Source Settings' I selected to 'Select Specific Items' where I choose the four articles I have published in the Article Manager called, FP - call to action 01-04 respectively. These are the articles you see on the front page, each of those articles has it's own category now rather than sharing a category.
Then I went into the Menu Manager and created a individual menu for each article I want to link to. So I have four news menus (Our Recent Work, What We Do, Twin Wall & Additional Services). In each of those menus I created a single item of the type 'Category Blog', I then chose the category it pertains to (so for Our Recent Work it will link to the Gallery category). I click save.
There still appears no way to link to a single, specific article as in the example that is below using the third party extension. Please, if you can bear to, revisit my demo site and see the two together, you'll see what I am trying to achieve with the YJ Module Engine. You say it's possible, still to me it's not clear how.
A step-by-step from start to finish to get just one of these to work would see me right, I'm sure I could figure out how to do the rest from there as all I can manage at the moment is to get the same article displayed in a fresh window, not the article linked to in the example I've put in below the YJ Module Engine, and even that doesn't seem to work with all of them!
David (and thank you for your patience, I know I keep saying it).