Good evening, I am in a moment of difficulty because I cannot create a category list menu where only the introduction image, title and a seblod field can be shown, as well as displaying the articles in mansory mode. I have created a variation of the seb_one template for the article but when I go to see the category list I cannot make the fields that interest me appear.
I changed the type of menu and followed the instructions in this guide: https://www.seblod.com/resources/manuals/getting-started/displaying-a-list-of-joomla-articles-blog and this https: //www.seblod.com/resources/manuals/going-further/assigning-fields-to-the-list-of-joomla-articles-item-view.
The problems I encounter are:
- I don't see the items in the menu
- I don't understand how I can assign a category to a menu item
- do I have to create theme variables also for the list? how can I do?
I created a variation of the seb_one template where I customized the display of the single article. The articles are divided into multiple categories and I have to display each category in a menu item, so I created a menu item Seblod> List & search and configured it like this link https://www.seblod.com/resources/manuals/ getting-started / displaying-a-list-of-joomla-articles-blog only that I don't see the articles in the menu.
I tried to create a view like this https://www.seblod.com/resources/manuals/going-further/assigning-fields-to-the-list-of-joomla-articles-item-view but I still don't see the articles.
What I wonder is: - how do I assign a single category to the menu item?
- does having created a variation for the visualization of the article influence the list of items in the menu and therefore do I have to create a variation for "List & Search Type"? If so, how do you do it?