Custom module positions in JReviews theme files

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Adding custom module positions

You can create a custom module position in a JReviews theme file using this code:

<?php $Jreviews->loadModulePosition('user1'); ?>

Replace user1 with the actual position name that you want.

Assigning modules to default module positions in JReviews themes.

JReviews has some default module positions (useful for assigning modules with ads between listings and reviews):

All list pages:

  • jr-listpage-below-pagetitle
  • jr-listpage-below-map


Blogview list page:

  • jr-blogview-below-listing1
  • jr-blogview-below-listing2
  • jr-blogview-below-listing3


Tableview list page: (available only if you use old table based layout with the _classic Theme Suffix)

  • jr-tableview-below-listing1
  • jr-tableview-below-listing2
  • jr-tableview-below-listing3


Listing detail page:

  • jr-detail-below-fields
  • jr-detail-below-socialbookmarks
  • jr-detail-below-editorreviews
  • jr-detail-below-review1
  • jr-detail-below-review2
  • jr-detail-below-review3

All pages with a list of reviews

  • jr-reviewspage-above-reviews

Example

To display a module below first listing on blogview page, edit the module in Module Manager and paste jr-blogview-below-listing1 to the Position input:

CustomModulePosition1.png


The module will be displayed like this:

CustomModulePosition2.png