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1 week 6 days ago #47746 by Julius Johnny
Hi Everyone!,

Please I need your help on this. I need to edit or remove the syndicated properties showing below the booking page. I have tried and search for where I can actually edit, remove the default properties that came with the template and add my own, but I could not see any.

Please help me out. How do I go about it.

Kindly see the attached.



Thanks.
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1 week 6 days ago #47747 by Joan
Just rename or delete this file:
/jomres/core-minicomponents/j00061y_syndicated_properties.class.php


Other files to look at are:

/jomres/libraries/jomres/classes/jomres_syndicate_guests.class.php
/jomres/libraries/jomres/classes/jomres_syndicate_properties.class.php

/jomres/core-minicomponents/j06000show_syndicated_properties.class.php
/jomres/core-minicomponents/j06000cron_syndication_check_syndicate_domains.class.php
/jomres/core-minicomponents/j06000cron_syndication_check_syndicate_properties.class.php
/jomres/core-minicomponents/j06000cron_syndication_get_syndicate_domains.class.php
/jomres/core-minicomponents/j06000cron_syndication_get_syndicate_properties.class.php


Next, Delete ALL the files in the Jomres Temp directory:
jomres/temp/


You can also empty these data tables:

jomres_syndication_domains

jomres_syndication_properties

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1 week 5 days ago #47749 by Julius Johnny
Hello Joan,

Thanks for your solution. It did the magic. thanks alot.

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