Setting this option to 'No' will prevent this module from being shown on any pages.
Template Module Options
Template to Include
Enter the name of the template that you wish to display with this module here. Note that all templates must be prefixed with 'adv_portal' and that it is not necessary to enter this prefix.
Example: If your template is called 'adv_portal_games', enter 'games' in the box to the right.
If you are adding a new template to use with this module, please specify the style(s) you would like to add this template to here.
To select more than one style, hold down the 'Ctrl' key while selecting styles with your mouse.
If you are adding a new Module and the template does not already exist, you may enter the content for that template here. If the template already exists, simply leave this field blank. Please note as well that any changes to this template will need to be made via your 'Style Manager'.
Module Wrapper Template Options
This section deals with options that may be applied to your 'adv_portal_module_wrapper' template. Please note that the options are only applicable if the 'Use Module Wrapper Template' option below is set to 'Yes'. Also note that all templates should use the following format if this setting is enabled:
<td class="$bgclass"> <!-- Your code here --> </td>
Use Module Wrapper Template
This option will "wrap" a template ('
', unless an Alternative template is specified) around the output of this Module template. This is intended to keep your modules uniform and make it easy to change the look of most all modules by editing one template.
Alternative Module Wrapper Template
If you would like, you may specify a different template to wrap around the contents of this module by entering its title here. If left blank, this module will use the 'adv_portal_module_wrapper' template instead if the setting above is enabled.
If you would like the title of this Module to link to another page on your site you may enter the file that this Module should link to here.
Title Row Colspan
If the module will have more than one table cell in the code which is output, you may set a colspan value here that will be placed in the main title row of the wrapper template.
If your module requires a <form> tag, you may enter the code for that form tag here. This allows for the code to be placed above the table and comply with XHTML standards.
Collapse Module by Default
Turn this option on if you would like this module to appear collapsed and require your users to click the "expand" image before revealing the content of the module. Note that your "Enable Collapsible Modules" setting must be enabled for this to work.
Here you may specify which usergroups will be able to view this module.
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