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I might be missing something very basic here but this is really confusing me. I have the following Menu structure:

|-Honda
|-Honda|-Civic
|-Honda|-Hybrid
|-Honda|-Used

I have a Menu Module called 'Honda' with the above Menu and the base item is 'Current'. This module is displayed on the left and when I am on Civic page, it shows something like this:

|- Honda
    -- **Civic**
    -- Hybrid

But when I am on the Honda Used page, it just shows this:

->Honda

I was expecting something like the following:

-- Honda
    -- Used

I checked the HTML source and it only seems to have generated the li for the first level (or Honda). I am using Joomla 3.2 and was wondering if I am being daft or is there some issue here. Thank you.

  • Got a URL to have a quick peep at? I am being dense and your examples are not clear so I would like to see the problem live so to speak – MOLEDesign Jul 17 '14 at 23:13
  • Sorry MorganUK for the late reply. Still trying to figure out the issue so that I can explain it properly. Looks more and more like a big. But will update it as soon as I can figure out how to best 'phrase' the question. Thanks. – sifu Jul 23 '14 at 13:16
  • Whenever you have the time – MOLEDesign Jul 23 '14 at 14:10
  • Please post your module configuration and make sure it's not a 3rd-party problem by deactivating template overrides. – Nils Rückmann Jan 25 '15 at 13:36
  • By Module Configuration things like 'Select Menu', 'Base Item', 'Start Level', 'End Level' and such I presume? The menu Item in question [where the Menu Item is not appearing] is a third party component but since I have no Overrides (just CSS adjustments), I am a bit confused as to how this might happen. I also have another Menu Module loaded horizontally and it seems to load fine. Still, if you could let me know what module configuration I might post; I will try to get a screengrab of it. Thanks. – sifu Jan 27 '15 at 20:35

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