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Use module positions

YooRecipe comes with a set of internal module positions that makes it possible to display any content module inside component.

YooRecipe module positions

Currently available module positions:

  • yoorecipe-before-search
  • yoorecipe-after-search
  • yoorecipe-after-details-left
  • yoorecipe-shoppinglist-bottom
  • yoorecipe-shoppinglist-top
  • yoorecipe-mealplanner-top
  • yoorecipe-mealplanner-bottom
  • yoorecipe-after-title
  • yoorecipe-after-reviews
  • yoorecipe-after-directions
  • yoorecipe-after-ingredients
  • yoorecipe-after-subcategories
  • yoorecipe-before-directions
  • yoorecipe-bottom-landingpage
  • yoorecipe-top-landingpage
  • yoorecipe-top-editrecipe
  • yoorecipe-top-favorites
  • yoorecipe-top-myrecipes
  • yoorecipe-top-wall
  • yoorecipe-top-archives

How does it work?

Using module positions in YooRecipe is as easy as ABC.

  1. Go to Backend > Extensions >Module Manager
  2. Create a module, select its type, give it a YooRecipe position, enable it and display it on all pages
  3. VoilĂ !

You thought it was more complicated, did you?

Backend Example

YooRecipe Custom Module Position Backend

Frontend Result

YooRecipe Custom Module Position Frontend

  • Wednesday, 19 February 2014

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