There are 68 module positions. If no module is published to a position, it will not appear, collapsing the entire area.

Non-Standard Elements

There are non-standard elements that are injected into the template grid structure when enabled via the template parameter, such as the logo into header-a. These features stack vertically with any modules published to that position.

You can change the positions of these elements at Extensions → Template Manager → rt_modulus_j15

Layout Control

Control all modules positions with Gantry, in terms of widths within the module row, and left/right/middle placement for the mainbody/sidebar area.

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Gantry Framework : Layouts Documentation

Module Variations allow you to individually style a module Enter any available suffixes at Extensions → Module Manager → Module → Module Class Suffix

There are 28 suffixes: box1-8, title1-4 , nobox, notitle. and shadow1-8; flush, flushtop, flushbottom; plus standardcase, uppercase and lowercase.

Note: You can compound multiple suffixes together such as title2 standardcase flushbottom.

  • Box: 8 variations to change the background of the module.
  • Title: 4 variations to change the title of the module.
  • Nobox/Notitle: 2 variations to disable the module's background and/or title.
  • Shadow: 8 variation to add a box shadow around the module.
  • Standard/Upper/Lower Case: change the case style of the module title.
  • Flush/FlushTop/FlushBottom: removes the margin/padding around the module surround.
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The Gantry Framework is the foundation of the features and functions of the template.

Notably, it provides for a rich, friendly user interface to control major theme elements.


Video Documentation

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