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Module Administration page

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Overview
Use this page to configure the site-wide settings for Tiki modules.
To access
Click the Module icon Module Admin on the Admin Panel
or
Access http://example.org/tiki-admin.php?page=module
Note
To configure specific modules, select Admin > Modules from the main menu.



Option Description Default
Show module controls Enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules aren't reflected in the screen until they are configured on MyAccount->Modules, including for the admin user Disabled
Users can open and close the modules Allows users to open and close modules using the icon in the module header.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Always display modules to all groups Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Activate zone for modules such as site logo, log-in form, etc. (page header)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Topbar module zone Activate zone for modules such as horizontal menu (navbar), search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page top module zone Activate zone for modules such as breadcrumbs, banners, share icons, etc
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
User decides
Right column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
User decides
Page bottom module zone Activate zone for modules at the bottom of the main column of each page
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Bottom module zone Activate zone for modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (page footer)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if a custom theme or layout requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, maximum of 20 characters per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls Enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules aren't reflected in the screen until they are configured on MyAccount->Modules, including for the admin user Disabled
Users can open and close the modules Allows users to open and close modules using the icon in the module header.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Always display modules to all groups Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Activate zone for modules such as site logo, log-in form, etc. (page header)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Topbar module zone Activate zone for modules such as horizontal menu (navbar), search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page top module zone Activate zone for modules such as breadcrumbs, banners, share icons, etc
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
User decides
Right column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
User decides
Page bottom module zone Activate zone for modules at the bottom of the main column of each page
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Bottom module zone Activate zone for modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (page footer)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if a custom theme or layout requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, maximum of 20 characters per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls Enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can open and close the modules Allows users to open and close modules using the icon in the module header.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Always display modules to all groups Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Visibility of horizontal zone for modules such as site logo, log-in form, etc. (page header)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Topbar module zone Visibility of horizontal zone for modules such as menu (navbar), search form, full-width content, etc.
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page top module zone Visibility of horizontal zone above main page area for modules such as breadcrumbs, banners, share icons, etc
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Right column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page bottom module zone Visibility of horizontal zone below the main page area for modules such as banners or other information
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Bottom module zone Visibility of horizontal zone for modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (page footer)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if a custom theme or layout requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, maximum of 20 characters per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls Enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can open and close the modules Allows users to open and close modules using the icon in the module header.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Always display modules to all groups Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Activate zone for modules such as site logo, log-in form, etc. (page header)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Topbar module zone Activate zone for modules such as horizontal menu (navbar), search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page top module zone Activate zone for modules such as breadcrumbs, banners, share icons, etc
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Right column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page bottom module zone Activate zone for modules at the bottom of the main column of each page
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Bottom module zone Activate zone for modules such as “powered by” and “rss list” (page footer)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if your custom theme requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, maximum of 20 characters per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls Enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can open and close the modules Allows users to open and close modules using the icon in the module header.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Always display modules to all groups Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Activate zone for modules such as site logo, log-in form, etc. (page header)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Topbar module zone Activate zone for modules such as horizontal menu (navbar), search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page top module zone Activate zone for modules such as breadcrumbs, banners, share icons, etc
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Right column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page bottom module zone Activate zone for modules at the bottom of the main column of each page
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Bottom module zone Activate zone for modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (page footer)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if your custom theme requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, maximum of 20 characters per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls Enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can open and close the modules Allows users to open and close modules using the icon in the module header.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Always display modules to all groups Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Activate zone for modules such as site logo, log-in form, etc. (page header)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Topbar module zone Activate zone for modules such as horizontal menu (navbar), search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page top module zone Activate zone for modules such as breadcrumbs, banners, share icons, etc
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Right column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | User decides | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Page bottom module zone Activate zone for modules at the bottom of the main column of each page
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Bottom module zone Activate zone for modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (page footer)
Only if one or more modules are assigned | Always | Never
Only if one or more modules...
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if your custom theme requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, maximum of 20 characters per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can shade modules Allows users to hide/show modules.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Display modules to all groups always Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as logo, login etc (header)
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Topbar module zone Visibility of area for modules such as main horizontal menu, search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Page top module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as share etc
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if module | Always | User Decides | Never
Only if module
Right Column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if module | Always | User Decides | Never
Only if module
Page bottom module zone Visibility of area to keep modules at the foot of each page
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Bottom module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (footer)
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if your custom theme requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, 20 characters max per entry.
None
Option Description Default
Show module controls enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can shade modules Allows users to hide/show modules.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Display modules to all groups always Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as logo, login etc (header)
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Topbar module zone Visibility of area for modules such as main horizontal menu, search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Page top module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as share etc
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if module | Always | User Decides | Never
Only if module
Right Column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if module | Always | User Decides | Never
Only if module
Page bottom module zone Visibility of area to keep modules at the foot of each page
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Bottom module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (footer)
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if your custom theme requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, 20 characters max per entry.
None
module
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Option Description Default
Show module controls enable controls in modules Disabled
Users can configure modules Modules won’t be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules, including the admin user Disabled
Users can shade modules Allows users to hide/show modules.
Always | Module decides | Never
Module decides
Display modules to all groups always Any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from registered users If an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module. Disabled
Hide anonymous-only modules from Admins Disabled
Top module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as logo, login etc (header)
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Topbar module zone Visibility of area for modules such as main horizontal menu, search form, page-wide content, etc.
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Page top module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as share etc
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Left column Controls visibility of the left column of modules
Only if module | Always | User Decides | Never
Only if module
Right Column Controls visibility of the right column of modules
Only if module | Always | User Decides | Never
Only if module
Page bottom module zone Visibility of area to keep modules at the foot of each page
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Bottom module zone Visibility of area to keep modules such as "powered by" and "rss list" (footer)
Only if module | Always | Never
Only if module
Module file Use a static module definition file instead of relying on the dynamic values generated by Tiki. Useful for custom themes. The file must be in YAML format, following the format used in profiles. None
Extra module zones available Extra module zones to be managed through the module administration interface. Useful if your custom theme requires a special zone other than the predefined ones.
Comma-separated list, 20 characters max per entry.
None


Module Admin

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Site-Wide Admin Panel Image

Admin Home->Module (or tiki-admin.php?page=module)

Selected settings from this admin panel are explained in more detail here:

Setting Comment
Users can configure modules If this is set, modules won't be reflected in the screen until you configure them from MyTiki->Modules (see User Modules). This goes for Admin users too.
Display modules to all groups If this is set, any setting for the Groups parameter will be ignored and the module will be displayed to all users. (See Module Settings Parameters for information about the Groups setting).
Hide Anonymous Only Modules from Registered Users If this is set and an individual module is assigned to the Anonymous group, the module will be displayed only to anonymous visitors. Registered users will not see the module.

Individual Module Admin Page

Admin->Modules (or tiki-admin_modules.php)

This admin page is used to configure individual modules and is explained in the following pages:


Created by: Last Modification: Sunday 21 July, 2019 16:21:48 GMT-0000 by Yves Kipondo
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