Module Positions

Top

A B C D E F

Header

A B C D E F

Navigation

A B C D E F

Drawer

Showcase

A B C D E F

Breadcrumb

Utility

A B C D E F

Feature

A B C D E F

MainTop

A B C D E F

ExpandedTop

A B C D E F

Content Top

A B C

Mainbody

Content Bottom

A B C

Sidebar

A B C

MainBottom

A B C D E F

ExpandedBottom

A B C D E F

Extension

A B C D E F

FullWidth

Bottom

A B C D E F

Footer

A B C D E F

Copyright

A B C D E F

Debug

Analytics

 

Collapsible

If no modules are published to a position, the entire area or row will collapse or not appear.

Injected Features

Non-Standard Elements
 

There are Features that are injected into a position when enabled, and are stacked vertically; which includes: Social Buttons, Date, Font Sizer, Login Panel, Popup Module, Branding, Copyright, To-Top Scroller, System Messages, Reset Settings, and Google Analytics.

Forced Positions

There are times when you just don't want to have your modules taking up all the room in a horizontal row no matter what the layout. For example you might want to have a module on the left and a module on the right, with nothing in the middle.

This is made easy with Gantry Force Positions parameter for each layout, allowing you to set the count to a specific row, such as 4, even if 4 modules are not published for that row.

Gantry Grid

Configure at Admin → Extensions → Template Manager → rt_hadron, then go to Layouts to set the grid widths and allocated positions.

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Grid Sizes

Configure at Admin → Extensions → Template Manager → rt_hadron, then go to Layouts to set the grid widths and allocated positions.

By default, each grid is given an equal distribution, but this can be modified to a custom distribution between modules, such as 3/4/5 instead of 4/4/4. These options are available for when 2-6 modules are present.

MainBody / Sidebar Layouts

Configure at Admin → Extensions → Template Manager → rt_hadron, then go to Layouts tab and set the varying Mainbody/Sidebar layout possibilities.

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Note: If no modules are assigned to the Sidebar positions, the Mainbody will become full width.

Sidebar
A
Mainbody
Sidebar
B C
Sidebar
A B
Mainbody
Sidebar
C
Sidebar
A B C
Mainbody
Mainbody
Sidebar
A
Mainbody
Sidebar
A B
Mainbody
Sidebar
A B C
Sidebar
A
Mainbody
Sidebar
A B
Mainbody