TOP1

 This is an example of a module published to the Top1 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

TOP2

 This is an example of a module published to the Top2 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

 

This is an example of a module published to the slide position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

 

COUNTER

This is an example of a module published to the counter position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

FEATURE

This is an example of a module published to the feature position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

POSITION1

This is an example of a module published to the Position1 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

POSITION2

 This is an example of a module published to the Position2 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

POSITION3

This is an example of a module published to the Position3 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

POSITION4

This is an example of a module published to the Position4 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

Module Positions

Below is a complete list of all the module positions available for this template out of the box. However you can very easily add additional positions using the layout builder that comes with the template.

How to install and setup module styles:

    1. Download any module you wish to publish to your site.
    2. In the back-end of Joomla navigate to the menu item Extensions/Install Uninstall
    3. Browse for the module's install file and click Upload File & Install.
    4. Once the module has be installed navigate to the menu item Extensions/Module Manager (same menu as above)
    5. Find the Module just installed and click on it's title.
    6. Change any parameters that you wish and be sure to set it to published and publish it to your desired module position.
    7. To 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.
    8. Assign what pages you would like the module to appear on and finally click Save.

GREEN Box

Use module class suffix "green-box"

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

GREEN

Use module class suffix "green"

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

RED

Use module class suffix "red"

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

RED BOX

Use module class suffix "red-box"

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

OUTLINED

Use module class suffix "outlined"

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

HIGHLIGHT2

Use module class suffix "highlight2"

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

Highlight1

Use module class suffix "highlight1"

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

GRAY

Use module class suffix "gray"

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

DARK

Use module class suffix "dark"

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

RIGHT

Without any module class suffix

This is an example of a module published to the right position. There are also 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.

BLUE

Use module class suffix "blue"

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

BLUE BOX

Use module class suffix "blue-box"

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

ORANGE

Use module class suffix "orange"

This is the 'orange' style and can be applied to most module positions.

ORANGE BOX

Use module class suffix "orange-box"

This is the 'orange-box' style and can be applied to most module positions.

BOTTOM1

This is an example of a module published to the bottom1 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

BOTTOM2

This is an example of a module published to the bottom2 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

BOTTOM3

This is an example of a module published to the bottom3 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

BOTTOM4

This is an example of a module published to the bottom4 position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.

This is an example of a module published to the debug position. There are also many others, be sure to read the full description.