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Method to use more than one MooFAQ at a time?

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I know I can use more than one MooFAQ module at a time on my site, though what is the best way to do this?



Do I need to alter the name of the file somehow before installing it again? If so what do I need to rename?
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Its as simple as just copying the Joomla Module manager. No need to rename files. Just assign the module to a different menu item or even the same menu item depending on where you want it to show up.



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Cool! I figured it out.



Say, could point me in the direction to narrow the gap between the two MooFAQ modules I've placed in the same space. (i.e. between the last question in the 1st module [& How] & the title in the 2nd [Box Office FAQ])



epicodyssey.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=29&Itemid=43#nogo
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Try putting the following at the bottom of your template_css.css file:



div.moduletable {margin-bottom: 0px;}
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Try putting the following at the bottom of your template_css.css file:



div.moduletable {margin-bottom: 0px;}
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I did & it didn't appear to make any noticeable difference. Is there anything else I could do to narrow the gap?
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Try deleting the text that you have in the post text box in the first module but is also unpublished ...
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Done & still no sign of change.
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