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Link List module

Link List Module


The Link List module allows for multiple links to be displayed on the page

  1. Title or Name
    Specify a title for this module. This is optional and can be left blank
  2. Show Items
    All items on the current page will display links that have a location attributed to the current page
    Individual items specified below will allow you to create new and/or search for existing links to add to the module
  3. Add New or Find Existing Link
    Add a new link or search for an existing link. You can search the whole site for links by leaving the search options blank and clicking search
  4. Link Title
    The name of the attributed link - the visibility of the link will be shown here; a green eye means it is live
  5. Order Buttons
    Move the item to the top, up one, down one or to the bottom with these buttons
  6. Edit Button
    Edit that link; changing the link title, link location and thumbnail are options within this
  7. Remove Button
    Remove the link from the current location
  8. Hide Button
    Hide the link from the live website, but Admins can still see the link on this view
  9. Number of Columns
    Responsively determine the amount of columns for different screen sizes
  10. Links Per Page
    If there are a large amount of links on this page, choose how many you want displayed. If you would like a few and to link to a page with more, see [13]
  11. Sort By
    Sort the links alphabetically, by publish date or by page position. If page position is selected, the order buttons [5] will determine the chronology
  12. Carousel
    If you choose to put the links in a carousel, only one row will show and will scroll to view multiple items. This can rotate automatically if auto play is selected and a speed in milliseconds is provided. The navigation bullets for the carousel are optional and you can choose if you want all the links to have the same height
  13. Module Link
    Add a link to an internal or external page, specifying the link name through the module footer link text field. Particularly useful to direct a user to more links
  14. Remember to Save

Using a Carousel


This is the difference between using a carousel and not using a carousel


Publish Settings


  1. Page Position
    Which column the current module is located
  2. Publish Date
    Choose when this content goes live or put in retrospectively
  3. Expire Date
    Choose when this content expires from the live website, it will still be available in admin mode
  4. Status
    Set this to live if you would like to make the module visible to everyone who visits your website or set it to hidden if you would only like it to be seen by people logged into the admin system
  5. Show This On Child Pages
    This will make the module visible on all the sub pages below the current page. In order to make a module display on every page, add it to the home page and tick the box next to show this on child pages
  6. Margin Below Module
    By default modules have a margin below them. If you would like to remove this for this module, please select "no"
  7. Hide From Screens
    This allows you to target a module to certain screen sizes. For example, if you want a module to be visible only on a mobile phone, tick the boxes next to small, medium and large