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00:00 Introduction and Sponsor

00:29 Overview of the Situation

01:00 Reasons for Changing Module Positions

01:29 Initiating the Migration Process

02:02 Selecting and Batch Assigning Modules

02:37 Verifying Changes and Conclusion

Summary

In this tutorial, Tim Davis from the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel demonstrates how to batch assign modules to a different Joomla template position. Tim outlines the scenario where multiple modules are assigned to the same position and explains possible reasons for changing module positions. He initiates a quick migration from Joomla 3 to Joomla 4 using Migrate Me 4, enabling him to demonstrate module position changes without affecting the original Joomla 3 site. Tim then selects all modules assigned to a specific position, uses the batch action feature to set their position to "sidebar right," and verifies the changes on the front end of the site. The tutorial concludes with Tim encouraging viewers to subscribe for more Joomla-related content.

 

Key Points:

Introduction and Sponsor: Tim Davis introduces the video and mentions the sponsor, MySites.Guru, offering free site audits for Joomla sites.

Overview of the Situation: Tim explains the scenario where multiple modules are assigned to the same position in a Joomla site, and the need arises to assign them to a different position all at once.

Reasons for Changing Module Positions: Tim discusses possible reasons for changing module positions, such as template restructuring or migration from Joomla 3 to Joomla 4, where module positions may differ.

Initiating the Migration Process: Tim initiates a quick migration of the Joomla 3 site to Joomla 4 using Migrate Me 4, allowing him to demonstrate module position changes without affecting the Joomla 3 site.

Selecting and Batch Assigning Modules: Tim navigates to the Module Manager, selects all modules assigned to a specific position, and uses the batch action feature to set their position to "sidebar right."

Verifying Changes and Conclusion: Tim refreshes the front end of the Joomla site to verify that all modules have been successfully moved to the new position. He concludes the tutorial, encouraging viewers to subscribe for more Joomla-related videos.

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