FAQs

Frontpage module displays in article view

Very often it happens that you are using a particular module to display your website's news in the frontpage and that you don't want the module to keep showing when you click on a particular article.

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Edit Component and Module Template

Very often, you need to customize how a certain component or module is displayed in Joomla. We will show show the best way to accomplish this without editing the original files.

Edit Component and Module Template

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Using the Module Class Suffix

Learning how to use Joomla's Module Class Suffix will allow to customize certain modules without editing their code.

However, you will need to inspect a little into your website's template and you require some CSS knowledge

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Module Chrome (Style)

Joomla allows different methods to render each module according to the style attribute from the following markup:

<jdoc:include type="module" name="right" style="xhtml" />

which is usually found in your template's index.php file

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