Adding an Existing Module (Iconbar)
How to add an existing module to the current page using the . The content of existing modules shared across modules which means changes to the content on one module updates the content in the other modules.
Important. An existing module cannot be added to the page where it already exists.
Tip: Users must be authorized to deploy a module and have the appropriate page editing permissions to add a module to a page.
- Maximize the .
- Go to the Insertion section and select Add Existing .
- At , select the page where the existing module is located.
- At , select the module to be added.
- Optional. At Visibility, select from the following options:
- Same As : This sets the module as visible to all roles/users who can view this page. This is the default setting.
- Editors Only: The sets module as only visible only to the roles/user who can edit this page. Select this option to add content and configure the module settings before others can view the module.
- Optional. At Pane, select the pane to insert the module into. The module is added to the Content Pane by default. The names of other panes will depend upon the skin applied to this page. If a pane other than the Content Pane is selected, then the position of the pane is briefly shown on the page.
- Optional. At Insert, select the placement of the module from the first drop down list. One or more of the following options is available, depending on the number of modules located in the selected pane:
- Top: Select to add the module above all existing modules within the selected pane. Skip to Step 9.
- Above: Select to add the module above another chosen module within the selected pane.
- At , select the module the new module will be added above.
- Below: Select to add the module below another module within the selected pane.
- At , select the module the new module will be added below.
- Bottom: This adds the module below all existing modules within the selected pane. This is the default option.
- Click the Add To link.
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