Content Multicategories

Content Multicategories


Update Date: 18 February 2019


The plugin is designed to display articles com_content Joomla in several categories.



Installation through the installer Joomla. After installation, we find the plugin in the system list, publish, select the mode of operation.


The plugin has two modes of operation:

  • "Main category" - material that is present in the secondary category has an address that includes its main category.
  • "Current Category" - material that is present in the secondary category has an address that includes the current category in which it is displayed, and a canonical link to the address that includes the main category of material is created on the material page.


Log in to editing the material, click the "Additional categories" tab and select additional categories there.


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Additional Information

Update Date
18 February 2019
Number of downloads
Package contents
3.0 | 3.6.5 | 3.7 | 3.8 | 3.9

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