One of the most popular questions in AS Templates support is how to change order of Joomla modules? It could be important in web design of your project. Let’s talk a little bit about this functionality.
When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element. A Page Class allows you to add custom CSS to individual pages. This makes it really good for styling landing pages or particular important pages. Module has same Class Suffix functionality. Setting this parameter causes Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for the
div element for this specific module.
Joomla 3.x offer very powerful Template Editor, available within the admin panel. The Template Editor allows you to edit your template directly in your browser. This is helpful and in case to fix/edit small issue could be faster than editing files using ftp. Lets talk about this incredible Joomla! option.