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'''Chrome Type'''
 
'''Chrome Type'''
 
* None
 
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:: This is the default if no style attribute is added to the tt><jdoc:include /></tt> statement.
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:: This is the default if no style attribute is added to the <tt><jdoc:include /></tt> statement.
 
:: No additional CSS styling is added.
 
:: No additional CSS styling is added.
 
:: Module title is NOT included in the output, regardless of enabled status.
 
:: Module title is NOT included in the output, regardless of enabled status.

Revision as of 09:02, 22 February 2008

The core HTML output for modules can be extended in the <jdoc:include /> statement by adding the style attribute, style="stylename", where stylename corresponds to the "chrome" style used to wrap the module.

For further information, see <jdoc:include /> Statements and What is module chrome?

Chrome Type

  • None
This is the default if no style attribute is added to the <jdoc:include /> statement.
No additional CSS styling is added.
Module title is NOT included in the output, regardless of enabled status.
  • Table
.moduletable class applied to a <table> element of no set width that surrounds the module output.
<th> tags surround the module title, if enabled.
  • Horz
No additional CSS styling is added.
Output is the same as the "Table" style above, but also wraps the output in second table of 100% width.
  • XHTML
.moduletable class applied to a <div> that surrounds the module output.
<h3> tags surround the module title, if enabled.
  • Rounded
.module class is applied to the outermost <div>.
The module output is surrounded with four layers of <div>s to allow for rounded corners.
<h3> tags surround the module title, if enabled.
  • Outline
.mod-preview class is applied to the outermost <div>.
.mod-preview-info class
.mod-preview-wrapper class is applied to the innermost <div> which directly holds the module content.