You can also access Joomla article content and insert it into module positions.
Also add scripts and css to the head section of the page.
Now available with an integral selection of patterned backgrounds and easy to set graphics.
Updates with Joomla Update.
In addition to the text areas in the backend there are also several options to position your module accurately.
Module suffix parameter enables CSS styling option.
Includes localization for French/German as well as English.
I got my Google Voice icon on my web page post haste.
I'm new enough to Joomla to not completely understand why my icon is not appearing within the article I selected, rather than on the left side under the menu.
Is there a way to place your embedded script within an article?
If this is a novice question, then I've exposed my level of competence. :->
Thanks for the kind words of support.
The article feature is to enable article content in module positions. This enables people who are unused to writing html to use the module to place content in the left and right columns etc. Most templates have positions with names such as user1 or user2 or advert1 or advert2, which may be more appropriate for you rather than the default left position which you seem to be using
If you need help putting scripts in the main part of page email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
It saves your html fine, but you can't edit it anymore unless you paste the whole thing in each time.
There is an error in your review. The word textarea in the first sentence after "contains a" is omitted.
The textarea in question is on the parameters of the module backend. The module editing page is just a web page like any other.
The issue at the heart of this is that in ordinary web pages form elements wouldn't contain other form elements.
The text box is defined by a textarea tag. So browsers being designed to be tolerant of faults treat the opening of inserted content tag as a closing one and the whole thing snarls up.
This isn't just a problem with my module or with Joomla but is of wider application.
There are workarounds for using textareas but of none them are very neat.
This module is intended as a flexible lightweight extension, and as such I believe it would be wrong to extend the code significantly inorder to overcome this issue.
There are better and more secure answers for putting forms on Joomla pages than using this module or others which are similiar.
I would direct users to the specific forms sections on the Joomla extension pages.
Specifically Core Enhancements->Data Reports and Contacts & Feedback->Forms.
I added small note about the start/end tags for PHP in the module parameters beside where the code is entered
I have used it extensively in the last site I combined with a "modules content plugin" in developed to integrate js calculators into the content (up to 8 js snippets per page). It does this seamlessly and diplays the output in the css style of the template.
Perfect, and much simpler than other options.
For now, I'm only using it in myblog. To insert the Technoratti cod that is displayed at left side in my blog.
Soon, I'll do some copies of this mod to insert others codes too.
It's light and fast loading, no bugs at all !
Really nice work, Congratulations !