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If you want to leave some handy notes and useful links for yourself or other users logging into the control panel of your #Joomla site, you can put those in a custom html module. Adding a custom html module to your Joomla Control Panel is what today's #maintenancemonday is all about.




  • This is a Maintenance Monday live stream on YouTube hosted by Tim Davis.
    - Tim discusses adding a custom HTML module to the Joomla control panel.
    - The idea came from Mary at Webie Design, who had issues with links in the module.
    - Tim demonstrates how to create a custom HTML module in the Joomla admin area.
    - He explains a problem with relative URLs in JCE Editor causing broken links.
    - Tim suggests using a URL shortener like to work around the relative URLs issue.
    - He encourages viewers to share their use cases for custom HTML modules in the control panel.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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