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Module Management

Navigate to Extend>>Module Manager. (Note: all available modules show up under this Module Manager, even though some of them are built in and are not extensions.) On the left side of the page, on the third line, there is a menu that lets you select the position. You also can create a new position name on the fly but typing it in the same space as the menu. (In that case, make sure the same position name also appears in the template file.) Modules that are not published will not display. Modules can be assigned to unused positions (positions not available in the template) if you want to have them published but not displayed in a position (for example, if you want to display a module in content). See How do you put a module inside an article? for instructions on putting a module inside an article. Multiple modules may be assigned to the same position. They will be displayed in the order shown for modules in that position in the module manager. If you want to display a module in more than one position, use the module manager new icon to create an additional copy and assign that copy to the second position.

Module Manager

How to assign a module to specific pages

Navigate to Extend>>Module Manager. Select the module you want to assign and edit it.
On the left there is a list of menu items. You can chose between None, All and Select Menu Item(s) from the List. To assign to some but not all pages choose the third option and select the menu links that you want the module associated with.

Notes:

  • If your module is assigned to a position that does not exist in the template used to display a page, the module will not appear even if it is assigned to a specific page.
  • If your module is not published/enabled it will not appear even if assigned to a page.
  • You cannot assign a module to a URL link. This is because URL links do not have Itemids assigned to them.
  • You cannot directly assign modules to pages that are only linked via content (for example, a link from one article to another) or other, non-menu modules (for example, a link to an article from a module), because these also do not have Itemids. One work-around for this problem is to have an unpublished menu that contains links to the items you wish to link through non-menus. This will create an itemid that can be included in the url you link to.

How to put a module inside an article

You will usually want to associate modules with articles in some way. The modules are allocated to module positions and the module positions appear somewhere on the Web page as determined by the template. However, it is sometimes useful to have a module actually embedded within the article.

To insert a module inside an article, use the {loadposition xx} command, as follows:

  • Create a module and set its position to any value that doesn't conflict with an existing template position. You can type in the position value instead of selecting it from the drop-down list. For example, use the position myposition.
  • Assign the module to the Menu Items that contain the articles that you want the module to show in. You can also just assign the module to all Menu Items.
  • Edit the articles where you want this module to appear and insert the text {loadposition myposition} in the article at the place where you want the module.

Note that this only works when the Content - Load Module plugin is enabled. If this plugin is disabled, the text {loadposition myposition} shows unchanged in the article.


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