Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_top position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_bottom position below the menu.

Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
97 Module Positions

Sample Drop Down Module

This is an example of a module published to the drop_down row. This row contains 6 modules. To enable the drop down simple publish any module to any of the drop_down_x positions.

Open Panel
This is the -newsticker module style in custom_3 position.
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Top Row1 Modules

This is an example of a module published to the top_row_1 row. This row contains 6 modules, read below for a full description.

Top Row2 Modules

This is an example of a module published to the top_row_2 row. This row contains 6 modules, read below for a full description.

Top Row3 Modules

This is an example of a module published to the top_row_3 row. This row contains 6 modules, read below for a full description.


All modules are fully collapsible

What exactly is a collapsing module? It's quite simple, whenever a module is not published to a postion that position does not appear on the frontend of the template. Consider the example below:



This particular row has 6 module positions available to publish to. Let's say you only want to publish to 4 of these positions. The template will automatically collapse the modules you do not want to use and adjust the size of the modules accordingly:



If no modules are published to the row the entire row itself will not show. The best feature of this is every module can be published to its own unique pages so the layout of your site can change on every page!


Infinite Layouts

Because there are so many module positions available in so many different areas, the number of layouts you can create are limitless! For example, if you would like to show your main content area on the right side of your site but still have a column of modules, simply published your modules to the right or right_inset positions or both. The same would be true for the opposite, if you want a column on the left simply publish modules to left or left_inset. Of course you can always choose to not have a column at all. Remember, any module not published to will automatically collapse and the remaining area will automatically adjust. There is no need to choose a pre-defined layout for your entire site, simply use the power of collpasing module positions and take advantage of the numerous amount of module positions to create any layout you can dream of! Be sure to checkout the layout of modules below.


Dozens of Modules

Below is a complete list of all the module positions available for this template.



How to install and setup module styles:

  • 01 Download any module you wish to publish to your site.
  • 02In the backend of Joomla navigate to the menu item Extensions/Install Uninstall


  • 03Browse for the module's install file and click Upload File & Install.
  • 04 Once the module has be installed navigate to the menu item Extensions/Module Manager (same menu as above)
  • 05Find the Module just installed and click on it's title.
  • 06 Change any parameters that you wish and be sure to set it to published and publish it to your desired module position.
  • 07To apply a module style simply fill in the module class suffix field with any of this template's included module styles. This parameter setting is found under Module Parameters on the right side of the screen.


  • 08Assign what pages you would like the module to appear on and finally click Save.

-nospacing

This is the -nospacing module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-topleft

This is the -topleftmodule style and can be applied to most module positions.

-topleft_above

This is the -topleft_above style and can be applied to most module positions.

-centered_dark2

This is the -centered_dark2 module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-weather

This is the -weather module position.

Right

This is an example of a module published to the right position. There are also left, insets, rows, etc. positions and many others, be sure to read the full description. This is the default style that will appear for most module positions in the white body area.

-highlight2

This is the -highlight2 module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-dark

This is the -dark module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-gray

This is the -gray module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-highlight1

This is the -highlight1 module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-outlined

This is the -outlined module style and can be applied to most module positions.

-centered_dark

This is the -centered_dark module style and can be applied to most module positions.

Note - There is also a -centered_white class for use on dark backgrounds. The font size of the title will change depending on where this class is used. Row areas will show a much larger title than shown here.

Bottom Row1 Modules

This is an example of a module published to the bottom_row_1 row. This row contains 6 modules, read above for a full description.

Bottom Row2 Modules

This is an example of a module published to the bottom_row_2 row. This row contains 6 modules, read above for a full description.

Bottom Row3 Modules

This is an example of a module published to the bottom_row_3 row. This row contains 6 modules, read above for a full description.