Aqua3

Light Responsive Template for Joomla 3.x

Modules you create are assigned to module positions and these module positions are displayed on your website as defined by the template you use.  Sometimes it is useful to display modules within articles, and in this instance there is no module position defined for that purpose.

Overview of what you need to do:

  • Enable the Content – Load Modules plugin in the Plugin Manager
  • Create a module with custom module position in the Module Manager
  • Edit the article and insert custom module position code in Article Manager

Assign the module a position not used in your template. You can type it in and not select it from the drop down box. Afterwards edit your article and enter in the code loadposition moduleposition (between curly brackets) where you want the module to be displayed.

For example:

  • I want to display a the random banner module inside my article.
  • I will create a module position = moduleinsidearticle1

Below are steps:

Enable the “Content – Load Modules” plugin in the Plugin Manager

1.  Login to your Administrator backend

2.  Click on Extensions > Plug-in Manager

3.  Search for Content – Load Modules

4.  Make sure that the plugin is enabled

5.  If not enabled, click on the checkbox and click on Enable

Create a module with custom module position in the Module Manager

6.  Click on Extensions > Module Manager > New, Module, Type = Banners

7.  In the Module Manager Banner Details, set the following values:

Title = Module In Article Title
Position = moduleinsidearticle1
Status = Published
Access = Public
Client = Joomla!
Module Assignment = On all pages

8.  Save & Close

Edit the article and insert custom module position code in Article Manager

9.  Click on Content > Article Manager, edit article you want module to go in.

10. In the article content, place your mouse where you want your module to show up and enter the code. Surround it with curly brackets: { }

loadposition moduleinsidearticle1

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