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Joomla!: Visual Quickstart Guide, Second Edition by Tanya Symes, Marni Derr

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8. Working with Modules

In This Chapter

Using the Module Manager 168

Using Content Modules 173

Using User Modules 175

Using Display Modules 177

Using Utility Modules 178

Using Navigation Modules 180

Putting It All Together 182

Modules add interactive elements to your Joomla site, such as login forms, menus, search bars, comments, and links to content. While components display in the main body of a web page, modules are positioned around the main body of the page. For example, the Login module is usually positioned to the top, left, or right of the page, and a footer module is at the bottom.

Modules work in combination with your content, components, and other elements on your site. While you can create many module types within Joomla, adding extensions ...

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