Advanced Module Manager is an extension that changes the way your Module manager works.
It adds a multitude of functions, like:
★ Many publishing assignments for your modules! You can control publishing modules by (ALL / ANY):
☆ Menu Item
☆ Date range
☆ User Group Levels
☆ Operating Systems
☆ Content Page Types
☆ ...and more...
★ You can also choose to mirror the assignment settings of another module!
★ Edit modules in modal popup windows
★ Give modules color labels in the module list for easy searching
★ Option to not show modules that have no output (handy for things like dynamic menus)
If you need even more module control, give MetaMod a try:
Advanced Module Manager is compatible with MetaMod Pro!
More information: http://www.nonumber.nl/advancedmodulemanager
NoNumber extensions require php 5.3+
See for more requirements: http://www.nonumber.nl/advancedmodulemanager#requirements
For support use the forum: http://www.nonumber.nl/forum
Do NOT use below reviews to post support requests or issues.
While JED is swarming with hacky, "me too", full of bugs, having out-dated code, and unreliable extensions; this one is a true exception! It seems to be using com_modules as a base extend its functionality in a new extension which is VERY VERY sensible IMO. I wish I could rate it more. I'm certainly going to get more extensions from Peter. Pete! you're awesome ;) The only, very little, missing thing is not being able to search modules by "color" but that's OK!
P.S. it's not very surprising that I registered with JED just to say thanks to Peter.
Its so easy to exclude/ include modules based on a number of parameters such as url, menu item, user group etc.
Hats off to Peter for his efforts and contribution he is making to joomla !!!
Thanks for the review :)
I'll let you do my support for a week and you'll know why I call it advanced! ;)
Good thing I scrolled down to play with the options a little more.
AND I can set the display of modules to query strings.
Peter, you're making my life a lot easier.
Thank and keep up the good work.
I have recently 'Gone Pro' and while the cost may appear steep at first, you quickly become delighted with the value they provide.
Though AMM has some compatibility problem with T3 framework (some modules will not save after edit). You need to switch AMM to slide layout to solve that.