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Note: there are a few non-default modules listed here. Please contact sales if you are interested in any of these modules.

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What Are Modules?

We offer a variety of useful modules to enhance your website. This manual will guide you through the features and functions of the most popular ones. Most modules will require that you first set them up before webpages can access their features. As an example, you must first create a photo album in the Photo Album module and then you can create a webpage for your album. Some modules like the Forms module have many different uses which can not all be explored in this manual. As a result we focus on the Controls and Options of each module and will let you discover how to put them to use for your specific needs. We do, however, offer training for some specific uses such as Registration Forms.

Module Definition

A module is a pre-programmed package of software code that can be inserted into a webpage using our SiteApex Administration Tool. Modules are composed of templates and/or functions for you to use when building your website. Some modules like the Shopping Cart are priced separately.

Active Option

Since some items are immediately visible to your visitors without the need to publish (compile) the website, we have given you the option of activating or deactivating the item while creating it. These include items such as photos and calendar events.

Available Modules

We are updating and adding new modules all the time. In your SiteApex Admin click on the "Modules" button in the top menu to view modules available to you. Visit our SiteApex website to view the latest additions and enhancements. Contact your sales rep if you are interested in using additional modules.

How to Add a Module to a Page