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When it comes to content management, many people think that term only refers to articles accessed through some kind of menu structure. However, both core and addon modules in Joomla offer powerful options for promoting those articles and displaying other information (which is also content even though it may not be in a Joomla Article) for visitors to see. In this video we will look at a number of different ways to use modules for promoting content on your website.

This topic came about as a result of someone asking

(in the Joomla Facebook Group ► for a good way to organize and display some content on their site. If you aren't already a member of that group, we highly recommend joining!



  • The video is titled "Articles Shmarticles! How to Add Content to Modules in Joomla - 👀 Watch Me Work 044 - YouTube."
    - The video is about adding content to Joomla modules.
    - The speaker is Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast.
    - The video was inspired by a question in the Joomla Facebook group about displaying content using modules.
    - Tim Davis discusses how he initially focused on adding content to Joomla rather than designing websites.
    - He demonstrates how to create a custom HTML module in Joomla.
    - He shows how to assign a module to a module position in a Joomla template.
    - Tim explains how to use Bootstrap grid classes to control module layout.
    - He explores how to apply custom CSS to a module using a module class suffix.
    - The video is part of a livestream series on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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