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How to build custom module blocks

17.2. How to build custom module blocks

Figure 17-1. The standard Modules block

The standard Modules block



A module block is a block that displays links to all available modules of a PHP-Nuke site (Figure 17-1). It is the block that appears at the top of the left column, with the standard title "Modules". The module block is a standard PHP-Nuke block, for its construction you have to follow the same rules as for any other block (see Section 20.2). It is thus fairly easy to construct your own module block, if you are not satisfied with the standard one. Below are some examples:


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