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I have the same problem as the "External URL" topic. I use the J51_Classic template and the J51 Grid Gallery module on the Home Page. I created a menu item "La Villa" in a hidden menu that leads to a page of a commercial component, the menu item works but if I insert it in the J51 Grid Gallery module in "Linked Menu Item" I get "404 - Component not found" error. I can not read the article indicated by Ciaran (http://www.joomla51.com/forum/8-commercial-templates/4432-renovate-mod-j51gridgallery-link-to-article#7605) what can I do?
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Hello

You can access the required article at the following URL.. https://www.joomla51.com/forum/commercial-templates/renovate-mod-j51gridgallery-link-to-article

CiarĂ¡n
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Thank you so much Ciaran, I try and let you know if I have solved.
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Hello Ciaran, I tried to do what is written in the article but I could not solve the problem. I solved it by using the "redirect" but I would be curious to understand what I'm wrong, when you have time and desire can you help me?
Thanks and happy holidays to all
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