CB Content Module Configuration

Once installed a CB Content Joomla module has been created. Unpublished and assigned to no pages is there for you to modify it. You can create as many CB Content modules as you wish.

Parameters Configuration

Module (tab)

  • Text:
    Input substitution supported Text or HTML that is displayed in this module. E.g. [cb:usertab tab= “17” user=#displayed”/]
  • CSS:
    Optionally input substitution supported CSS to be added to page header (e.g. body {background-color: red;})
  • Javascript:
    Optionally input substitution supported Javascript to be added to page header (e.g. alert( ‘Hello World!’);)
  • jQuery:
    Optionally input substitution supported jQuery to be added to page header (e.g. $(‘body’).prepend(‘Hello World!’);)
  • jQuery Plugins:
    Optionally input comma separated list of CB plugins to load in header with jQuery (e.g. ui-all-validate).
  • Prepare using Content:
    Select Yes, if you need CMS Content plugins content.prepare to be triggered on the text, css, js and jquery. Select No, if you do not need CMS Content plugins content.prepare to be triggered.
As on all Joomla Modules set Title, Position, Status etc.

Menu Assignment (tab)

Assign in which pages to display the module.

Module Permissions (tab)

Manage the permission settings for the Joomla user groups

Advanced (tab)

  • Load Template:
    Enable or disable loading of CB template on content. This will load in CSS to allow styling to properly occur for CB substitutions.
  • Load JavaScript:
    Enable or disable loading of CB javascript on content.
  • Load Tooltips:
    Enable or disable loading of CB tooltip javascript on content.
  • Load Language:
    Enable or disable loading of CB language file on content. This will allow proper translation of substitutions.
  • Load Plugins:
    Enable or disable loading of CB plugins on content.
  • Alternative Layout:
    Use a different layout from the supplied module or overrides in the templates.
  • Module Class Suffix:
    A suffix to be applied to the CSS class of the module. This allows for individual module styling.
  • Caching:
    Select whether to cache the content of this module.
  • Cache Time:
    The time in seconds before the module is recached.
  • Module Tag:
    The HTML tag for module.
  • Bootstrap Size:
    An option to specify how many columns the module will use.
  • Header Tag:
    The HTML tag for module header/title.
  • Header Class:
    The CSS class foe module header/title.
  • Module Style:
    Use this option to override the template style for it’s position.

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