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modulepositions

A myriad of module positions

This template has 40+ module positions.

You don't need to use all of them at the same time, but if you need a position, then it's highly likely that this template has got you covered. More 

 

A collection of classes

Eleven base classes that can be combined to create an unlimited number of module classes.

Want to change the colour of a module? Easily add flavour to your layouts by adding simple to use moduel class suffixes for any of your modules. More.

 

Bootstrap inspired module chrome

Create modal windows, tabs, sliders and popovers out of the box

The module chrome functionality in this template provides an easy / out of the box solution for adding the core Bootstrap functionality within your  module layouts. More.

The tabbed module style is a group of modules assigned to the same position and given the zentabs module style in the module settings. The tab triggers are populated by the module title and the tab content is the actual module content.

Demonstration

Click the titles below to view the contents of the module.

 

The modal module style replicates the core Bootstrap modal window functionality.

When a module is given this module style it will automatically create the necessary markup to display the module title as a button which when clicked will then display the content of the module in a modal window. 

 

Demonstration

Click the titles below to view the contents of the module in a modal window.

The slider module style is a group of modules assigned to the same position and given the zentabs module style in the module settings.

When there are more than one modules assigned to the same position and given the same zentab style the modules are displayed in a tabbed layout based on the core Bootstrap tab functionality. 

 

Demonstration

Click the titles below to view the contents of the module.

 

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This is text from another custom html module given the module style - zenslider.