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Place a Module within Content

Place a Module within Content

Normally a module is displayed in a specific module ‘position’.  It is possible to ‘nest’ a module inside of an article.  For example if you  have a list of courses that are taught for a specific ‘unit’ you can put this ‘list’ or ‘schedules’ inside of the article.

1. Create the Module first

In this example, I’m creating a Articles – Category Listing of Faculty Members

This module has the following criteria:

  • Filtered --> Faculty Category
  • Postion --> NONE (do not set the position)
  • Menu Assignment --> NONE (Do not set it to appear on menu items)

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2. Create the Article

Title: Faculty

Description: Add information into the article, place cursor where you want the ‘module’ to appear.

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3. When on the module page, filter by ‘faculty’ (the title of the module).  Then click the GREEN button.

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4. You will now see the module included in the article

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5. If you use the ‘other’ module button, you can add it slightly differently…

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6. This tool is ‘Modules Anywhere’

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7. See the display of the module in the article

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8. Preview of using the module inside of the article

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