The module will be added with all the default settings (visible in the
1. Select a Module from the dropdown list.
2. (Optional Step) Put your cursor in the
Title field and type a name for your
Module. This name will appear in the title area of the module
container when added to the page (as illustrated). If this field is
left blank, the module name (e.g. "Text/HTML" will be substituted).
3. (Optional Step) Select the Visibility
of the Page from the dropdown. There are only two
Same As Page means that the Module will be visible
to any website visitor who can see the page. If your page is
already visible to the public your new module will be immediately
If the new module requires configuration you might choose Page
Editors Only. This keeps the module invisible to any
website visitor who does not have Edit permissions for the
Page. The module is invisible to website visitors until
you've had a chance to configure it. The visibility can be
changed in the Module Settings when it is ready.
4. (Optional Step) Select the Pane of
the Skin where you would like the Module to be added.
The contents of the dropdown list may be different for another skin.
Content panes are specified by the skin designer.
The following illustration shows a Skin with a number of
different Panes in various locations and of different sizes.
Some panes are of a fixed size and meant for a specific purpose
(such as display of a "mini banner" or a logo).
5. (Optional Step) Select where in the Pane
to Insert the Module (Top or Bottom).
Modules display in a column within a pane. If there are
already modules in the pane, the new module will be added on the top
or bottom (as specified). The module can be moved after adding
it to the page if necessary.
6. (Optional Step) Select how content should
Align in the Module (Left, Center,
Right). Some containers do not permit the alignment to be
7. (Optional Step) Select whether to Add New
Module (default) or Add Existing Module.
If you select Add Existing Module, the Page will refresh and the
Module and Title fields will be replaced in the
Control Panel with selectors to specify an existing Page and
Module. This function will make a "copy" of the existing
module. When content is updated in the original or of any
copy, the changes are reflected in all copies.
8. Click Add on the Control Panel.