|Tuesday, 30 June 2009 16:26|
SuperBlog gives you 17 module positions to create your own unique blog. Click here to view the module positions
SuperBlog offers different module styles to help customize your user experience. Easily change module class suffix to create call-outs and places of interests on your website.
Follow along with the tutorial to see how to use the built in module styles.
From the frontend of your site, select the module you wish to add your style to. In this case we've navigated to the "Module Styles/Positions" menu item from the top navigation. The module we wish to change is the Documentation menu module. We want to give it a class suffix to make it stand out a bit more when your on this page. This module shows you information about the SuperBlog template and it's extensions..
In the backend administration panel navigate to Extensions >> Module Manager. Here you will see a list of the several different modules in the backend of Joomla! From the "type" dropdown box select "mod_menu".
Once you've successfully navigated here, you'll notice that you can add a module suffix in the parameters box on the right hand side of the screen. In the text box labeled module class suffix enter one of the four following choices. -ms1 -ms2 -ms3 -ms4
In our example we've chosen to use -ms2. Click "Save" or "Apply" to save your module.
Once you've completed this step go to the frontend of your site, and to the page where the module is published. Click your refresh button to see the changes take effect.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 08 August 2009 16:30|