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Revision as of 15:34, 1 September 2012

The optional style="" attribute is available for the module and modules types of <jdoc:include /> statements. The attribute value refers to the "chrome" style used to wrap the output generated by a module. If no style is provided, a value of "none" is used by default. The standard styles which are declared in /templates/system/html/modules.php include:

  • table
  • horz
  • xhtml
  • rounded
  • outline

Template designers may add additional chrome names by adding a custom version of this file to /user-template/html/modules.php.

For more information on module positions in templates, see jdoc statements.