Modules are content blocks used to render specific content on pages. The are menu item specific so you can choose which modules to show and hide on a particular page. A module can be a slideshow, news list or static HTML.
To write an article:
Log into your sites admin section
Click the Module Manager item on the left main navigation
Click the Add Module button
Select the module type and its position on the page (explained in more detail below)
Complete the fields you feel are relevant (explained in more detail below)
Click Save when you are done.
Review of the Module fields
The module title to differentiate it from other modules. This title can also be displayed as a heading.
Select this option to display the module title as a heading.
Select this option when you want the module to appear on your website.
This is the position you want the module to appear. This option will depend on the template you are using for your site, check the template documentation for positions that are used.
Any additional class name you wish to assign to this module. Useful for templating purposes.
This option allows you to overwrite the header tag with your own selection.
Assign a specific class to the header part of the module. Useful when the show title option is selected.
Choose whether to show the module on all menu items, no menu items or from the menu items selecteed in the menu selection list.
If you choose to assign the module to an item in the list, click the menu item you want the module to display. To select multiple items hold down the control key and select each individual item. Alternatively you can de-select an item in the same manner.
Each module will have its own specific parameters. The default modules are show below and each has its own set of parameters for a custom rendering.
Default Modules in WebwidgetCMS
This widget loads an iframe to a specific location.
Where you upload your logo and set if the logo is show along with the sitename or just the sitename.
Display a menu you have creating in the Menu Manager section.
Show a slideshow of images you upload.
A module that shows the custom tags added to articles in a nice format.
A widget is a custom HTML block you can create using a WYSIWYG editor. You can add images and other media to a widget also. (see Adding media to content boxes)
Custom modules can be added to your site. Ask us to create one for you!!
Documentation Article Created 27-01-2016 13:47Article Modified 12-02-2016 11:38