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[Help nedeed] Blocks position
PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 5:08 pm Reply with quote
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hi guys,
i m really new to phpnuke, i did a lot last night, and everythings works.
I duplicated the Content module, without any sql's knowdlege. I spent about all night to configure everything but really, i dont understand how to use a block ONLY in one module. I read a lot on google, searching for a solution but nothing. There must be a way to do this:

I made an empty module, who doesnt load any block. Now i would like to know how to load a BLOCK on the right column. Please i really need this.
Otherwise i can just make the block in html, copying the code in the module where i want that block. I already made this. But really, i dont want to stay always modifying the html code, anytime that i put a content in my duplicated content module.

p.s: The block that i want to load, it just contains a menu with the contents of the duplicated Content module.

Sorry for my bad english, and really i need an help.
Thanks a lot guys.

EDIT: i saw a phpnuke script:
"The latest blocks manipulator. Places different blocks anywhere, left, right, up or down just by selecting a different module. Also can change the... "

Will it do what i want? if yes, where i can find it, because in the official website, the link is broked?

Thanks guys
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