Modules Panel

A module that allows other modules or an article to be loaded in a slider at the top of the page.

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To use simply put the module in any position on the site. It uses CSS to be fixed to the top so anywhere is fine, I'd suggest somewhere that already contains a module though.

If you're styling this or something be sure to hit the debug mode button. This will start the slider open so you don't have to click open after every refresh.

Responsively the modules will resize based on the amount you choose in the settings. Select 0 to do your own.

Be forewarned that on mobile devices the button may scroll off the bottom due to the fixed nature so PLEASE make sure that you take approrpriate action.

Great Module

Posted on 16 September 2015

Works great. Tab sticks to the top, click it and it drops down a module you choose. Module assignment is through module positions.

Ease of use

Mostly easy. I came across an issue of inability to remove a module once it has been assigned, even though it was removed from the position

I used this to: A work around for the above issue, is simply create a new module position. Easy enough.


Posted on 16 January 2014

This module does a perfect job and it is one of rare module panel to be responsive. great work

thank you very much


Posted on 11 December 2013

This gem performed perfectly from the minute I had it configured - and that is all it took. A minute. Beautiful, elegant, clean.

Great little module! Cheers! Easy to style to your own page - simple to install and set-up.

An open on mouse hover would be nice, but would definitely benefit from being able to click out of it and it closes. That, and ESC out too.


This module is very simple and nice, but it does not work on other pages, just on from page. There is something wrong with link button points to.

Also it would be nice to slide it on mouse hover.

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Code 7
Last updated:
Feb 04 2015
Date added:
Nov 19 2014
GPLv2 or later
Free download

This extension does NOT implement the Joomla! Update System

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