Sunday Oct 21

Advertisement1

This is the Advertisement1 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

Module Left

This is the Left module position, which does not have a module class suffix set. However, by default, it will inherit the medium styling unless specified in the module parameters. Possible suffixes are, light, medium, dark, color and promo.

Left Dark

This is the Left module position, which is using the module class suffix of dark

Left Color

This is the Left module position, which is using the module class suffix of color

Left Promo

This is the Left module position, which is using the module class suffix of promo

Advertisement2

This is the Advertisement2 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

User1

This is the User1 module position, which has no suffix set but inherits the light styling.

User2

This is the User2 module position, which is using the module class suffix of medium

User3

This is the User3 module position, which is using the module class suffix of dark

Rokmininews

This is the Rokmininews module position, which has no suffix set but inherits the light styling. This position has the primary purpose of having the Rokmininews module placed with it.

Inset2


This is the Inset2 module position, which is not using a module class suffix but has the capability to do so. The Inset module position has similar characteristics yet is placed on the left side of the Mainbody area.

Module Variations

Mixxmag has a range of hilites which offer diversity for your module content. The hilites are light, medium, dark, color and promo. However, only in the side positions (left and right) can the color and promo suffixes be used.

Mixxmag's hilite positions have the ability for users to select the suffixes from a tooltips based dropdown. Click on the spanner type icon in the module header to reveal the dropdown and choose the hilite you wish to show. Also, you can also collapse the content of the module using the plus/minus symbols, all using the power of Mootools.

To apply the suffixes, login into the administrator and navigate to Extensions > Module Manager. There, select your module and locate the Module Class Suffix input field. Insert your module class suffix in this box and save.

User4

This is the User4 module position, which has no suffix set but inherits the light styling.

User5

This is the User5 module position, which is using the module class suffix of medium

User6

This is the User6 module position, which is using the module class suffix of dark

Advertisement3

This is the Advertisement3 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

Module Right

This is the Right module position, which does not have a module class suffix set. However, by default, it will inherit the medium styling unless specified in the module parameters. Possible suffixes are, light, medium, dark, color and promo.

Right light

This is the Right module position, which is using the module class suffix of light

Right Dark

This is the Right module position, which is using the module class suffix of dark

Right Color

This is the Right module position, which is using the module class suffix of color

Right Promo

This is the Right module position, which is using the module class suffix of promo

Advertisement4

This is the Advertisement4 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

User7

This is the User7 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, but has the capability to do so.

User8

This is the User8 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, but has the capability to do so.

User9

This is the User9 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, but has the capability to do so.

Advertisement5

This is the Advertisement5 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

Footer2

This is the Footer2 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

Footer3

This is the Footer3 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.

Footer4

This is the Footer4 module position, which is not using a module class suffix, and does not have the capability to do so.