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Removing Home from Main Menu

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5 years 1 month ago #5724 by christopher.j.delorenzo
christopher.j.delorenzo created the topic: Removing Home from Main Menu
Hello,
I am trying to remove the "Home" Menu link from the About Joomla Menu.

I have tried to do it, and I moved home to another menu, but then the home page doesn't match how I want it to look.

Can you help me on home to either 1) Moving the Home Page Menu from the main menu or 2) duplicating the menu. Because I can not for the life of me figure out how to assign the proper modules when recreating the menu.

Thanks for the help. Any other information you may need to solve the problem, I can provide.

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5 years 4 weeks ago #5725 by artur
artur replied the topic: Removing Home from Main Menu
Hello,
Could you send site URL and administration details, please ?
This will help with understanding the problem.

joomla-monster.com/contact

Best Regards.

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4 years 10 months ago #5894 by christopher.j.delorenzo
christopher.j.delorenzo replied the topic: Removing Home from Main Menu
I am submitting the information now. I was trying to solve on my own. Thank You, can you please acknowledge you have received the information

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