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JProLoadModArticles is the plugin that allows you to, easily, embed modules in your Joomla!™ 2.5+ or 3.0+ articles! A great tool for content management. It's Joomla!™ R3EADY!

extension name: JProLoadModArticles
current version: 1.3.1
previous versions: 1.3.0
languages: en-GB
included in package: n/a
demos: demo one
type: plug-in
release date: December 2012
updated on: December 11, 2013
compatibility: Joomla!™ 2.5! Joomla!™ 3 R3EADY!
min. requirements: Joomla!™ 2.5 to 3+
Gantry framework ready
download : JProLoadModArticles


What is JProLoadModArticles

JProLoadModArticles is a plugin that allows you to embed (include) a module or modules inside your Joomla!™ articles' content.

JProLoadModArticles is compatible with Joomla!™ 2.5+ and 3+. It's Joomla!™ R3ADY!

JProLoadModArticles content plugin is a powerful extension that enables you to include modules from your Joomla!™ installation inside your articles. Example, if you have a contact from module like JProEasyContact, you can embed it into articles, or for instance, a shopping cart module or top products, flash image slideshows, etc. After enabling the plugin and adding the proper code to your article content, the modules will automatically render inside your article in the position you placed the embed code.   

Installation, updates and upgrades

How to install the JProLoadModArticles content plugin

It's a one step install plugin, than can be configured in less than 10 seconds!! Just select a default module style, enable the plugin, set the code with or without style option and you're ready to go! See the example on this same article where the JProEasyContact is embedded using the JProLoadModArticles plugin.


Configuring the backend options

JProLoadModArticles allows you to perform basic configuration on your Joomla!™ plugins administration area.

There are two configuration tabs - Details | Basic options. Although there's only need to configure the Basic options you will need to set additional configuration as in any other plugin, in order to get the plugin to be called in the specific areas for which it was designed to work. Each option has a description of it as you hover your mouse over the field label.

In the Basic Options tab you have the following plugin specific options:

 - Default module style - Select the module style to be used as default. Note that you can override it by adding an additional parameter to your tag that you'll place inside your module.

Note! Embedding more than one module in each article might result in code conflicts between modules. Enable the plugin and test it before going public/live

How to use it?
 - To embed the module(s) use the following tag: { module [315] } 
 - The only variable you have to change is the module id [315] where the digits correspond to the module id you want to embed in your article editor.
 - To override the module style, just add the style inside the square brackets like { module [63][well] }.
   Joomla!™ has the following default module styles: html5, well, horz, rounded, outline, xhtml, and none.

In summary, use one of the following tag(s): { module [12345] }  or { module [12345] [your_style_here] }


Rendering JProNoHitCount in your front-end Joomla!™ site

The plugin auto loads if it is enabled and the correct tags and module ids are set inside your article(s).

Here's the example of JProEasyContact embedded in this article using the JProLoadModArticles plugin: 

JProEasyContact demo

To prove you are human, please select the icons:
JProEasyContact allows you to render a responsive easy and beautifully simple contact module on your Joomla!™ 3 website. The module auto fits even on mobile devices, without loosing any functionality and can be integrated inside your Joomla!™ articles*!
JProEasyContact uses the innovative proprietary JProiCaptcha captcha plugin system, included in package, to work on Joomla!™ 3 with twitter Bootstrap framework.

Tips & Tricks

A few simple tips and tricks

You can insert multiple modules into your articles, but be careful! Conflicts between modules may occur. Test it before setting the article as Public.


Please read the LICENSE.TXT that ships with the JProLoadModArticles plugin package



The plugin ships with the default English (en-GB) translation files that are located in the following directory in your Joomla!™ website:

  • /administrator/language/en-GB/

You can check our GitHub page and see if there are already other community translations for the component and the language you want. If not, you can create your own following Joomla!™ translation guidelines that you can read here.
Then, if you wish, you can contribute to the community and fork our translations repository from GitHub and make a pull request.




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