The Featured Articles module allows you to display the content of several articles from one or all categories, with or without a link to a detail page.
This module can be used for several purposes. For example, it can be used to showcase the name and logos of event sponsors by displaying images from different unique articles.
|Title||This option allows you to add a title to the section above the article previews.|
|Number of news||Allows you to decide the number of articles that will be displayed among all the articles of the category according to the display order you have chosen.|
|Number of Columns||Allows you to control the number of columns in which the previews of your articles will be displayed. The default number is 1.|
|Display order||Controls the order in which the previews of the articles are displayed as well as the content of the previews on your page:
|Category of articles displayed||
Allows you to select from which categories the articles displayed in this module come from (you can decide to include all categories)
Allows you to select articles displayed by groups. You can choose none or multiple groups.
|Archives||Allows you to control whether the articles displayed include, do not include, or include only archived articles.|
|Elements on list view||Allows you to choose which elements of the article will be visible from the list of all the articles.|
|Elements on detail view||Allows you to choose which elements of the article will be visible from the detail page of the article in question.|
|Details page||Allows you to choose the page of the site on which the complete articles are displayed. The page must contain an Articles module. The user will be redirected to this page by clicking on the preview.|
|News Page||Allows you to add a clickable link to the page that contains the complete articles.|
|Label for "Read more" link||
The label will be the clickable word to bring to the link page.
|Label for "View all" link||
The label will be the clickable word to bring to the page that contains all the articles.