target module positionsThe "loadposition" command is an incredibly useful way to apply modules to a specific position within an article.


In short, if you add {loadposition x} within curly brackets inside an article, that position will be treated as a module position. Therefore if any modules are set to appear at the position x it will now be rendered within that article.


Of course x is just used as an example, the module position name can be whatever you want (as long as it is not already used as a module position name).


From Joomla 2.5 onwards the loadposition command also works within the Custom HTML module, so you can create module positions within module positions. For this to work you need to ensure the "Prepare Content" option on the Custom modules options tab is set to "Yes".


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