Joomla: Module Position in Home Page

mediaware.tv2
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mediaware.tv2 posted this 11 January 2019

Hi support team,

in joomla, home page.
I add a new module in position "test-home-01".
I add a new module in position "test-home-02".
I install the template in joomla.
I manage the modules in joomla, publishing my own module in test-home-01.
The module is shown correctly in home page.
but in the admin interface I cannot see the position test-home-01: it is not listed in the select list.

So, I enter the FTP space, I go into template folder, download templateDetails.xml file.
I add to the xml file:

<position>test-home-01</position>
<position>test-home-02</position>

I upload and overwrite the file in my FTP space.

in this way, I can work with the positions listed correctly in the admin panel.

Please, can you add this to the next release of nicepage?

thanks in advance,
denis

Hi support team, in joomla, home page. I add a new module in position "test-home-01". I add a new module in position "test-home-02". I install the template in joomla. I manage the modules in joomla, publishing my own module in test-home-01. The module is shown correctly in home page. but in the admin interface I cannot see the position test-home-01: it is not listed in the select list. So, I enter the FTP space, I go into template folder, download templateDetails.xml file. I add to the xml file: <position>test-home-01</position> <position>test-home-02</position> I upload and overwrite the file in my FTP space. in this way, I can work with the positions listed correctly in the admin panel. **Please, can you add this to the next release of nicepage?** thanks in advance, denis
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 11 January 2019

Hi Denis,

Please note that when you insert Position control on the page between Header and Footer you add it to the content (joomla article). You cannot create module position inside content. This is a theme element.
In the regular joomla article you can use {loadposition} shortcode. The Nicepage position control on the Nicepage Page is equivalent to this shortcode.

Therefore the described situation is behavior by default.

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Sincerely,
Olivia
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Hi Denis, Please note that when you insert Position control on the page between Header and Footer you add it to the content (joomla article). You cannot create module position inside content. This is a theme element. In the regular joomla article you can use {loadposition} shortcode. The Nicepage position control on the Nicepage Page is equivalent to this shortcode. Therefore the described situation is behavior by default. ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
mediaware.tv2
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mediaware.tv2 posted this 11 January 2019

Hi Olivia,

I understand....
and how can I style a module loaded via {loadposition}?

thanks again,
denis

Hi Olivia, I understand.... and how can I style a module loaded via {loadposition}? thanks again, denis
Support Team
Support Team posted this 11 January 2019

Hi Denis,

You don't need to use this shortcode. Simply add the Position control, and you will be able to style block (module header and content). Use either the name of the existing theme position or use the name of the non-existent position in the way you did previously.

...................................................
Sincerely,
Olivia
Nicepage Support Team

Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1
Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp

Hi Denis, You don't need to use this shortcode. Simply add the Position control, and you will be able to style block (module header and content). Use either the name of the existing theme position or use the name of the non-existent position in the way you did previously. ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
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