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TOPIC: Module Class Suffix
#46596
Module Class Suffix 3 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Having the carousel 'scale' with the screen would be fantastic, but even if it doesn't I love to use it for pc screens.
But... that would mean I'd have to hide it for mobile view.

I've used the Module Class Suffix ' hidden-phone'.
Is there a way to use this suffix somewhere in the setting of the Carousel? Or maybe an other idea on how to hide the module for mobile visitors?
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#46598
Re:Module Class Suffix 3 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 667
Hello,

"Module Class Suffix" parameter is defined in modules (it is common parameters for all Joomla! modules), but it is used by site template.

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ARI Soft
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#46601
Re:Module Class Suffix 3 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
I've also found that answer before. And I don't understand what it means to say. It is defined in modules, but not this one? It is defined by joomla automatically into modules? This is not a module?

I thought Cloud Carousel is a module? But if I put the hidden-phone in the class field with the Styles Parameters it doesn't work. I couldn't find module Class Suffix in the Advance tab.
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#46602
Re:Module Class Suffix 3 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 667
This parameter is defined in modules settings, but it is used by site template. Modules positions are defined in site templates and when site template is rendered module in a module position, it can use "Module Class Suffix" parameter to add it to HTML element(s) which are wrapped modules.

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ARI Soft
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#46605
Re:Module Class Suffix 3 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
I understand that If there is not a field to enter a Class Suffix in the module settings...

"the coder didn`t include any tags that you can apply the style to them .. in other words, if you want to change the style, you have to do manually, or to edit the code and xml file"

So is my installation faulty, since I can't find the module in the module manager and I can't find the Module Class Suffix in the settings, or do I need to include it myself?
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#46632
Re:Module Class Suffix 3 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 667
The module contains the parameter:



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