Top A

The Top-a position, using the title1 module suffix.

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Top B

The Top-b position, using the title2 module suffix.

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Top C

The Top-c position, using the title3 module suffix.

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Top D

The Top-d position, using the title4 module suffix.

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Top E

The Top-e position, using the title5 module suffix.

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Top F

The Top-f position, using the title6 module suffix.

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Showcase A

The Showcase-a position, using the box1 module suffix.

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Showcase B

The Showcase-b position, using its default module styling.

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Showcase E

The Showcase-e position, using the box2 module suffix.

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Showcase F

The Showcase-f position, using the box3 module suffix.

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Feature A

The Feature-a position, using the title7 module suffix

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Feature B

The Feature-b position, using the box1 title1 module suffix.

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Feature D

The Feature-d position, using the box2 title2 module suffix.

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Feature F

The Feature-f position, using the box3 title3 module suffix.

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Utility A

The Utility-a position, using the title3 module class suffix.

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Utility B

The Utility-b position, using the title2 module class suffix.

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Utility C

The Utility-c position, using the title1 module class suffix.

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Utility D

The Utility-d position, using the box3 module class suffix.

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Utility E

The Utility-e position, using the box2 module class suffix.

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Utility F

The Utility-f position, using the box1 module class suffix.

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Template Features Module Variations

MainTop A

The MainTop-a position, using the title5 module class suffix.

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MainTop B

The MainTop-b position, using the title6 module class suffix.

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MainTop E

The MainTop-e position, using its default module styling.

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MainTop F

The MainTop-f position, using the title7 module suffix.

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Content Top A

The Content-Top-a position, using the box2 module class suffix.

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Content Top C

The Content-Top-c position, using its default module styling.

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Module Variations

Module Variations allow you to individually style a module Enter any available suffixes at Extensions → Module Manager → Module → Module Class Suffix

There are 16 suffixes: title1-7, box1-3; flush, flushtop, flushbottom; plus standardcase, uppercase and lowercase.

Note: You can compound multiple suffixes together such as "title2 standardcase flushbottom".
  • Title: 7 suffixes that vary the appearance of the module title.
  • Box: 3 variations to change the background of the module.
  • Standard/Upper/Lower Case: change the case style of the module title.
  • Flush/FlushTop/FlushBottom: removes the margin/padding around the module surround.
Note: There are 21 possible stylistic module variations, combining the title and box suffixes such as box1 title1

Content Bottom A

The Content-Bottom-a position, using its default module styling.

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Content Bottom C

The Content-Bottom-c position, using the box3 module class suffix.

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Sidebar A

All Sidebar positions can be alternated, such as Side Main Side Side.

This is done via a sliding configuration option in the template manager.

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Sidebar A

The Sidebar-a position, using the box3 module class suffix.

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Sidebar A

The Sidebar-a position, using its default module styling.

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Sidebar B

The Sidebar-b position, using the box1 module class suffix.

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Sidebar B

The Sidebar-b position, using the title5 module suffix.

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Sidebar B

The Sidebar-b position, using its default module styling.

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Sidebar B

The Sidebar-b position, using the title4 module suffix.

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Sidebar C

The Sidebar-c position, using the title6 module suffix.

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Sidebar C

The Sidebar-c position, using its default module styling.

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Sidebar C

The Sidebar-c position, using the box2 module class suffix.

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Sidebar C

The Sidebar-c position, using its default module styling.

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MainBottom A

The MainBottom-a position, using the title2 module class suffix.

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MainBottom B

The MainBottom-b position, using its default module styling.

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MainBottom E

The MainBottom-e position, using the title3 module class suffix.

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MainBottom F

The MainBottom-f position, using the title1 module class suffix.

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Bottom A

The Bottom-a position, using the title1 module class suffix.

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Bottom B

The Bottom-b position, using the box1 module suffix.

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Bottom D

The Bottom-d position, using the title7 module suffix.

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Bottom E

The Bottom-e position, using the box2 module suffix.

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Bottom F

The Bottom-f position, using the title2 module suffix.

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Lower Panel A

The Lowerpanel-a position, using the box3 module suffix.

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Lower Panel B

The Lowerpanel-b position, using the title2 module suffix.

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Lower Panel C

The Lowerpanel-b position, using the title1 module suffix.

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Lower Panel F

The Lowerpanel-f position, using the title3 module suffix.

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