This Joomla tutorial goes over the basics of modules and positions. The content layout of a web page designed in Joomla! is all about positions and modules. Much like a newspaper editor lays out a newspaper page in blocks, positioning each element of the page, the Joomla! designer publishes blocks or modules in defined positions on the page.

Modules are usually lightweight extensions containing blocks of content that appear in “positions” defined by the template.can be published on just certain “pages” (determined by menu items) or on all “pages”.

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The Dallas / Fort Worth User Group meets the second Monday of every month. The Garland User Group meets the fourth Monday of every month. Find out more on our Meetup Page.

Street View map link - driveway entrance is between the buildings, and we are in the white building on the right.

Get Google Map directions

Walking directions to the closest taco joint!

PDF of JUG Dallas Google Maps URLs & APIs presentation

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Who Are We?

The Dallas / Fort Worth User Group is a North Texas Joomla!® mentoring user group committed to helping each other learn how to leverage Joomla! to make sophisticated web-sites for little investment. We've been meeting since 2007 throughout the DFW metroplex.

Our primary monthly meeting is in Plano, but we also have smaller discussion groups at Garland locations and sometimes offer virtual sessions as well.

ALL ARE WELCOME, whether you are an experienced developer or someone wanting to set up your first website.

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