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Support thread for JcM Links NavBar and Box V1.1 for v2.3.4.1 CE BS4 and BS3


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A simple addon to let you place links onto your site.

It’s available it 2 forms, as a navbar or as a box.

It has been updated to add files for BS4 and allow links to be defined in admin. You can have up to 10 links. These can be anything you like, to another website, another page, an image or document.

You can change the names of the box and navbar if required. You can also edit the names of the links and can also add icons using fa fa fonts.

Fonts size and color can be set in admin or left blank to use template or default bootstrap.

Again totally stand alone with no core code changes. Simply copy all files into relevant sections and go to admin modules /content and install.

BS4 can be seen on test site https://chilleddisplays.co.uk/

BS3 can be seen on test site https://www.justfastfood.com/

Please use right files.

Enjoy.

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Looks like my fingers were lazy once again! Left some code in that's not required.

find line's 41-44 and comment out or remove. They do no harm just flags a warning in php. Simply forgot to remove when copying fuction over.

/public_html/includes/modules/boxes/bm_jcm_links_box.php

//$bm_jcm_links_box_links = null;      
      //foreach (MODULE_BOXES_JCM_LINKS_BOX_BOX_DATA as $a => $b) {
      //  $bm_jcm_links_box_links .= '<li class="list-group-item"><a href="' . tep_href_link($a) . '">' . $b . '</a></li>' . PHP_EOL;
      //}

:blush:

 

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