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Solution 1 : hidden menu If your pages also need pretty sef urls, you can make a hidden menu and link those articles in the hidden menu. A hidden menu means that you don't create a module for it, you just create it in the menu manager, so it's never visible as a true menu to the end user. Since Joomla sees this as a real menu (even though it's not visible),...


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Try this, Did you mean to render the module output using a PHP script? In which case, then take a look at this: For older versions < Joomla3.x $document = JFactory::getDocument(); $renderer = $document->loadRenderer('module'); $module = JModuleHelper::getModule('mod_fmDataGrid'); $params = "param1=bruno\n\rparam2=chris"; $module->params =...


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You can do this with modules.php and modChrome: Go to your Module and set a title like this: First Title||Underline Title Then open this file joomlaroot/templates/youtemplate/html/modules.php Between the modChrome_xxxx function, put this code: $moduleTitle = explode("||", $module->title); echo "<h3>".$moduleTitle[0]."</h3>"; if(!empty($...


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To assign modules to pages; Joomla 2.5 instructions Log into the Joomla administrator area of your site Select the Extensions menu and Module manager menu Open the module/menu you have created Scroll down to the bottom of the module position You will now see the menu assignment options where you can assign the module to selected pages or all pages To ...


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You can't do it with default Joomla. Only by menu item. Take a look at advanced module manager by RegularLabs which gives you more assignment options.


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Found it , was missing one more override which was bellow https://github.com/joomla/joomla-cms/blob/7d55d68cfbfe2b86589f2df9aab1771afce4fab0/libraries/cms/module/helper.php#L98. So to sum down , if u wish to make own mods preview create your preview chrome in templates/your_template/html/modules.php override module helper class (see this ) by adding ...


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I won't give you code on how to create a such menu, but I will give you an idea that will allow you to create a similar end result. You can create a "Split-Menu", by using 2 menu modules. At the First Menu Module (main first-level module) you will set to show only up to level 1 menu-items, in the: Module settings -> Start Level & End Level At the ...


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If the module does not return any output (return false), nothing is going to be generated, not even the Module Style / chrome (ref: JDocumentRendererModules works).


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To override those defaults you just need to place a file called modules.php in a folder called html in your template, e.g.: /templates/[your default template]/html/modules.php. Then you can apply your custom module chrome either by specifying it in index.php of your template or within the module settings.


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Found it! Source of joomla chrome styles can be found in: /templates/system/html/modules.php


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Joomla Template Manager provides an easy way to reveal the available module positions of the active template on each page. First you have to enable the feature from the backend. From the Admin Menu, Go to: Extensions -> Template Manager. Click the Options Button, on the Toolbar. In Template Manager Options, enable the Preview Module Positions (if ...


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Assuming with fails you mean it simply doesn't show on the article page and not that you are getting any other kind of errors. The code you posted seems okay and should work. So, I guess it might be one of the following reasons: Module is not enabled; - The module must be enabled. Module is not assigned to the current menu item for that article. You ...


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To get around issues like this, I normally create a 'hidden' menu which is not placed anywhere on the site. By doing so, I can specify the URL of specific pages and can apply modules to them (as you are trying to do) as well as templates.


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The easiest way to achieve this is to use the free RokCandy. Create a new macro with something like this: Macro: [a link="{link}" target="{target}"]{text}[/a] HTML: <a class="module-title-link" href="{link}" target="_{target}" title="{text}">{text}</a> Then in your module, add the following as title: [a link="http://google.com" target="blank"]...


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Take a look at something like RokCandy. Rocket Theme uses this in some of their demos to make module titles clickable. I think NoNumber Snippets could probably do the same job. Just create a "formula" that can be placed in the title and it gets replaced with an actual link. I was going to link to a forum post on Rocket Theme's forums, but it requires a ...


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Actually the language siwtcher module gets the flags images from the directory /media/mod_languages/images We can define which image should be used for each language, when creating/editing the Content Languages in Language Manager, through the Image Prefix selection. According to the instructions that appear when hovering the field: Prefix of the ...


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A Google images search for "module positions TEMPLATENAME" will often return images with available module positions. This works very well for the default Joomla templates (like Protostar, Beez etc.) Many (most) commercial templates include an overview of available module positions. In addition, they tend to use the same positions (or only small variations) ...


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What I understand from your question, is that a specific module, which you would like to display it at higher position on the page, before other modules, it is displayed lower. Well, for this there are 2 main things to check. 1. Module's actual Position The module position that the module is assigned to. You must put it on a position that is higher in ...


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Here's a couple of ideas. They will give different results, depending on what you prefer: Option 1: Center the login box on the screen: Try adding this to your CSS to center the box on the screen: #plusl-content-login { position: fixed!important; top: 50%!important; left: 50%!important; transform: translate(-50%, -50%); } Option 2: (Only tested in ...


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You can use Advanced Module Manager. With Advanced Module Manager you have the possibility to assign modules to just about anything you want.


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Ok so I'm assuming you're using a responsive template here which means it will scale down elements using CSS3 media queries which are not supported on older browsers. There are 2 things you need to do: When viewing your site in IE, make sure it's not in Quirks mode. To double check, simply press F12, check the document mode and make sure it's set to ...


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You need to go in module manager. By default it shows the Site Modules, you need to filter to show the Administrator modules. You can disable them like the Site modules. Be aware though to not hide any useful modules, like the Admin Menu, which might make you suffer then to navigate and find your way back to the module manager to re-enable it.


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Try using No Number extensions. http://www.nonumber.nl/extensions/advancedmodulemanager The advanced module manager allows you to do a lot of specific assignments, so you could actually set it up to match a menu item only if "abc" is in the url path, or by specific article, or component, even day of the week. You can even write custom php functions to ...


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You can overwrite mod_custom like every module. This feature is new since 3.x. Just copy: modules/mod_custom/tmpl/default.php to templates/YOUR_TEMPLATE/html/mod_custom/default.php and edit it. Hint: You can also name it as alternative layout (e.g. default2.php) and select the alternative layout in module parameters.


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Advanced Module Manager has a thoughtful set of filters to show modules according several conditions. It can certainly help to dynamically show modules by country, region or state. You can test the Free version to better know how it works. However, Geolocating (to assign modules by country, region or state) is a PRO feature. Also, the PRO version allows to ...


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Actually, it is possible to run a local web server from a portable media, even write-protected media like CD and DVD. There are several alternatives, both free and commercial, but you have to check if the specifications are compatible with Joomla. Server2Go (free) DWebPro (free for non-commercial use). Tutorials for several common web applications can be ...


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Yep, I would also do the template override. Fetch the file components/com_content/views/categories/tmpl/default_items.php and copy it to <your_template>/html/com_content/categories/default_items.php. (I am not totally sure about the correct name, see the Joomla docs about this) Now you can edit it. In the file components/com_content/views/category/...


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Solved! I put the code: <?php $images = json_decode($item->images); ?> <img class="image_intro" src="<?php echo $images->image_intro; ?>" alt="<?php echo $images->image_intro_alt; ?>"/> after the following code in my overriding file of the joomla core file: modules/mod_articles_categories/tmpl/default.php * @...


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Create two macros. Only then you can repeat [li][/li], otherwise it won't match with macro. First For <ul> Macro: [list class="{class}"]{content}[/list] HTML: <ul class="{class}">{content}</ul> Second And for <li> Macro: [li]{text}[/li] HTML: <li>{text}</li> Output Then you can do: [list class="test"][li]...


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Explanation: Lets looks at what we know: Bootstrap is a 12 column grid framework You're trying to implement 3 boxes, divided equally in a row <------------------------span12------------------------> <------span4------><------span4------><-----span4------> <----span3---><----span3---><----span3---><----span3---&...


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