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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:27 pm 
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I have included your tags but nothing happens. Your tags appear in the article as text. The Admiror plugin does not appear in my Extension Manager list even though it seemed to install OK. See html below.

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<h3 id="thelandpeopleandcultureofearlyfrance">The Land, People and Culture of Early France</h3>
<p>FRANCE, like other European nations, is a phenomenon born out of conscious striving rather than from the natural affinity of its parts. Conflict has characterised France throughout its history. The historical landscape sets province against province, province against crown, authority against individuality, Christianity against paganism, church against state, papacy against crown, town against country, the country against the centre, and France against its neighbours. It has been wryly observed that all Frenchmen love France, but decry all other Frenchmen for demeaning her. There is the central theme of French history: the French created France almost in spite of themselves.</p>
<h3 id="geography">Geography</h3>
<p>If French history is complex and diverse, so too is the geographical landscape over which it unfolded. Even the great plain stretching from beyond the Rhine River to Brittany and south to the Pyrénées is cut by deep river valleys, high plateaus, and the low hills of the Armorican Massif. It covers roughly three-quarters of the country in a triangle. The Atlantic and English Channel coasts form two sides, and a line of westward-facing hilly escarpments from Toulouse in the south to Verdun in the north-east form the third. The other quarter consists of hills and mountains.</p>
<p>The Alps and Pyrénées, with the Mediterranean coastline between them, define France’s southern and south-eastern frontiers; and the Vosges, Massif Central, and Ardennes are rugged hills which break the landscape also in the east and south. Geographical detail varies greatly from one region to the next: the sheer walls of the Pyrénées, the soaring peaks of the Alps with Mont Blanc over 4000 metres, bizarre volcanic cones in the Puy-de-Dôme of the Massif Central, park-like expanses in the Loire Valley, wooded hills in the Paris Basin, flat plains to the east of La Rochelle, granite cliffs on the Breton coast, marshlands in Burgundy, and treeless plateaus in Champagne, to mention only some of what catches the eye.</p>
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<h4 id="climate">CLIMATE</h4>
<p>All of the country escapes extremes of heat and cold, save the highest Alpine peaks; but a damper, cooler climate prevails across the north and north-east, while dry, hot, Mediterranean conditions characterise the south and south-west. Wine is produced nearly everywhere, but the principal areas are in the warm Mediterranean or semi-Mediterranean areas: the Loire Valley south and south-east to the Languedoc region, and along the Rhône River between Lyon and Arles. Mediterranean France also is subject to the legendary Mistral and Sirocco winds. The Mistral is a cold, winter wind originating in the central plateau, which blows down the Rhône Valley. The Sirocco, either moist and warm or dry and hot, blows out of North Africa. Both are said to produce unusual, even bizarre, behaviour among people living in the areas affected.</p>
<p>Climate and geography influenced the course of French history, but did not dictate it. A mild climate and vast, rich agricultural plains, plateaus and river basins made France attractive to settlement and then to acquisitorial competition from Neolithic times to the present.</p>
<h4 id="rivers">RIVERS</h4>
<p>Long river systems (the Loire is over 1000 kilometres long) provided direction and invitation for migration, trade, invasion, and conquest ± and still more acquisitorial competition. France, on the extreme western edge of the European continent, lies at the end of a great plain extending unbroken north and east to western Siberia. It has been a highway for the movement of peoples and cultures for thousands of years. Only the Rhine separates France from this plain to the east, and the Rhine has proved no barrier at all. Meanwhile, four great river systems quarter France, three of them in the great plain area. They served as conduits for the settlements and movement of peoples. To some extent the history of France can be written in terms of how the Saône-Rhône, the Garonne, the Loire, and the Paris Basin (Seine) evolved from areas of primitive habitation into centres of warring duchies, counties and kingdoms. Only the Rhône drains into the Mediterranean. The others follow the gentle slope of the western and northern plains to the Atlantic. Over the centuries, this Atlantic orientation has prevailed, for these are the richest watersheds. The economic and political centre, when there was a centre, lay northward, and eventually the Paris Basin emerged as the hub around which the wheel of the French nation revolved.</p>
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 Post subject: No columns generated
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:55 pm 
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Hmm this is weird.

If installation was successful, it should be found in Extension Manager. Also, after installation you should "Enable" the plugin so it could work :)

I don't know why you don't see the plugin in Extension Manager, but this is the main problem. Because there is no way to enable the plugin. Except to change the values directly in your database, but that is not so nice ;)

Can you give some more info about installation, is there any error or info?

What is your server settings? PHP version, Joomla version.. ?

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 Post subject: Re: No columns generated
PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 10:38 am 
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Have now found the extension listed in the Extension Manager and have activated. Sorry to bother you.

Can you advise if it is possible to increase the width of the margin between the columns?

Thanks for your help.


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