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PHP-nuke menu items are Modules

Use the Modules icon in the admin menu to manage menu items Every item on your main menu is a module in PHP-nuke. Some of you also have a members-only menu, see the next page in this tutorial for how to handle that. To change the name of a module in the menu

  1. Click the Modules icon on the admin menu
  2. Scroll down to the list of modules:
    • Note that the first two columns show the module name and the name actually used in the menu (the custom name).
    • The next two columns show if the module is active and who can see it (registered users are your members, i.e. users who can log in).
    • Modules preceded by [ · ] are active modules that do not show in the main menu.
  3. Click on the bold Edit in the row that corresponds to the module whose name you wish to change.
  4. Scroll down, there will be a set of boxes at the bottom of the page filled in with the information about this module.
  5. Change the text in the box "Custom Module Name:" to change the name of this module in the menu
    • Note that this is where you would change who can see a module and whether it is in the main menu
To change who can see a module in the menu Use the steps listed above but instead of (or in addition to) changing the name, use the pulldown menu "Who can View This?" to change it. Most of the possibilities are obvious. "Registered Users Only" would be for just the members of your site. "Subscribed Users" is not set up to be used on most sites; if you have a subclass of your regular membership that has more access or has paid more money than the regular members, then that is who is indicated by this. To take a Module out of the Main Menu
If you don't want the module available at all:
  • Click the bold "Deactivate" next to the "Edit"

If you want the module active but not in the menu
  • Follow the steps to change the module name listed above, but click No next to the "Visible in Modules Block?" instead of changing the title.

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Published on: 2007-07-17 (5693 reads)

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