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This allows you to create a Module that contains any valid HTML code. There are many cases where you might want to put free-form HTML inside a web page. For example, you might want to create an HTML Image Map or you might want to copy HTML code from PayPal, Amazon, or some other site.
The Custom HTML Module allows you to create a self-contained HTML unit and then put it in any valid location on a page.
At the top left you will see the toolbar:
The functions are:
- Save. Saves the module and stays in the current screen.
- Save & Close. Saves the module and closes the current screen.
- Save & New. Saves the module and keeps the editing screen open and ready to create another module.
- Save as Copy. Saves your changes to a copy of the current module. Does not affect the current module. This toolbar icon is not shown if you are creating a new module.
- Cancel/Close. Closes the current screen and returns to the previous screen without saving any modifications you may have made.
- Help. Opens this help screen.
When you create or edit a Custom HTML Module, an editor session is opened using your default editor.
- Important Note: The editor does not allow you to enter certain HTML tags. To work around this, you can temporarily change your User's editor to "No Editor", create the Custom HTML Module, and then change the editor back to TinyMCE. Another option is to use an editor from an Extension that allows HTML code to be entered. Another possibility is (if the editor has this option) to switch to the HTML mode, enter the code, save and switch back to normal view.
An example of a Custom HTML editor session is shown below. Note that the "No Editor" option is being used.File:Help30-Extensions-Module-Manager-Custom-Html-output.jpg
- Module Assignment Choose one of: No pages, All pages, All selected or All except selected.
- Menu Selection Check individual items. Use shortcuts for All and None to select or expand
To change the permissions, do the following.
- Select the Group by clicking its title located on right.
- Find the desired Action. Possible Actions are:
- Delete. Users can delete the module.
- Edit. Users can edit the module.
- Edit State. User can change the published state and related information for the module.
- Select the desired permission for the action you wish to change. Possible settings are:
- Inherited. Inherited for users in this Group from the Global Configuration, Article Manager Options, or Category permissions.
- Allowed. Allowed for users in this Group. Note that, if this action is Denied at one of the higher levels, the Allowed permission here will not take effect. A Denied setting cannot be overridden.
- Denied. Denied for users in this Group.
- Click Save in Toolbar at top. When the screen refreshes, the Calculated Setting column will show the effective permission for this Group and Action.
- Prepare Content Enable or disable content plugins.
- Select a background image Set or remove a image as the background for this module.
- Alternative Layout Can specify an alternative breadcrumb layout if alternatives are configured.
- Module Class Suffix Can specify an alternative style if additional styles are configured in your template.
- Caching. Options available to pull this parameter from the global configuration settings, or to disable Caching.
- Cache Time Determine cache time. Default 900.
- Module Tag Determine the tag for the module. Default div. Options: div, section, aside, nav, address, article.
- Bootstrap Size Default 0. Options: 0 - 12.
- Header Tag Determine the html tag for the module. Default h3. Options: h1 - h6, p.
- Header Class Set a class for CSS.
- Module Style Determine the chrome of the module. Default is inherited. Example: xhtml, rounded, html5