Новость 3 - Module Positions
This template incorporates two methods for placing your modules into its layouts.
Classic Module Positions
Using the traditional module positioning scheme, you can publish your module to any of the following:
Since the module positions are contractible, if you choose not to publish a certain module on a page, then the template's layout will
*Module Width Distribution
In the template parameters, you will note a setting called «Module Width Distribution».
Self-Columnizing Module Zones
This template also has self-columnizing module «zones», which allow you to achieve an unlimited number of columns across for your modules' layout.
- TopZone1 (Beneath Group User1-User3)
- TopZone2 (Above Left, Right and Main Content)
- TopZone3 (Between Left and Right but Above Main Content)
- MidZone1 (Beneath Group User4-User5)
- BotZone1 (Beneath Group User6-User9)
- BotZone2 (Beneath Group User10-User13)
- FooterZone1 (Beneath Group User14-User17)
While each of these Zones arranges modules published to them ordered from left to right, you can also stack up to three rows per zone by denoting A, B, or
Load a Module in Your Content
You can place a module inside of your content articles with ease. Here's how:
1) Choose the module you want to display in a content article, and instead of choosing the position from the dropdown, simply type in a unique position name, such as «contentmodule1» and publish that module to
2) Now open the article in which you want to place the new module, and insert the
No_Component Module Position
Sometimes you will wish to display a module on the page without having the component area showing up. We've found this to be useful in many