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I\'ve recently installed a Demo Version of Ashley Template, cause I\'d like to use a similar setting in order to speed up the new site configuration but I have same problem in order to modify also basic template settings, like a logo or logo text o menu settings or others parameters that normally, in a basic installation didn\'t return any problem.
My draft site is http://www.asparagorosa.it/ashley/index.php
First ...In Template - Style I see many different Ashley template (Default; Homepage; Module position; Background Slideshow; Layout Option -CSS ....); Which is is the Template Style I should modify ?
i.e. If I change logo in J51_Ashley - Default, this operation doesn\'t have effect on the Homepage but only on Layout Option page http://www.asparagorosa.it/ashley/index.php/layout-options
but not for all sub -menu page: http://www.asparagorosa.it/ashley/index.php/layout-options/content-sidecol-sidecol remain whit original logo

Should I change something during the Installation procedure?
If it could be useful I can send the admin credantial in private mode
Best Regards,
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Hi Michele

Each of your template styles are assigned to different pages via the 'Menu Assignment' tab. If no template style is assigned to a menu item then the default template style will be used. Deleting a template style will revert the menu items which are assigned to that style back to the default template style.

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