Can it display like this

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Re: Can it display like this

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Yes, this view is pretty easy to create with our module and its built-in layout Columns:
http://www.raxo.org/built-in-templates/ ... lumns.html

You'll just need to use two module copies. Then you just select in the first case category A as source of the articles, and category B in the second case. Also, you are able to change module settings (thumbnail size, number of columns, number of items, etc) independently for each module copy.
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Re: Can it display like this

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Thank you for your answer!!
I have already purchased the great RAXO All-mode PRO!

Regards
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News page

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Hello,
Is it possible for RAXO All-mode PRO or RAXO Related Articles to have the presentation and functionality that is found at https://www.townofriverview.ca/news?

Thanks,
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Re: News page

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leivco wrote: Mar 02, 2022 3:42 pm Is it possible for RAXO All-mode PRO or RAXO Related Articles to have the presentation and functionality that is found at https://www.townofriverview.ca/news?
More likely No than yes.

A certain archive of articles is implemented on this page, where the user himself can choose the subcategory and month of the year. Depending on this selection, a suitable set of articles is displayed.

In our RAXO All-mode PRO module there is an opportunity to choose articles from their category and additionally filtering by date. But this selection makes the site administrator and it is not available to the site visitor.

Therefore, to implement a similar archive will need:
1) Make a lot of separate copies of the module with separate settings.
2) Then make a separate menu of the site with the desired menu items. Each menu item assign to display a separate copy of the module.
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