Adding static text after a Joomla article is a simple process that can be done using the Custom HTML module in Joomla. Here’s how you can add static text after a Joomla article:
Step 1: Create a Custom HTML module To add static text after a Joomla article, you need to create a Custom HTML module. To create a new module, go to Extensions > Modules in the Joomla administrator dashboard.
Step 2: Configure the Custom HTML module In the module manager, click on the “New” button to create a new module. Select “Custom HTML” as the module type.
In the module settings, enter a title for the module and add the static text that you want to display after the Joomla article in the “Custom Output” field.
You can format the text using HTML tags and add images or links if needed. Make sure to select the position where you want the module to appear in the “Position” field. You can also choose to display the module on specific pages or menu items using the “Menu Assignment” tab.
Step 3: Save the Custom HTML module Once you have configured the Custom HTML module, click on the “Save” button to save your changes.
Step 4: Assign the Custom HTML module to the article After creating and configuring the Custom HTML module, you need to assign it to the article where you want to display the static text.
To do this, go to Content > Articles in the Joomla administrator dashboard. Edit the article where you want to display the static text and scroll down to the “Options” tab.
In the “Options” tab, find the “Alternative Layout” field and select “Article” from the dropdown menu. This will enable the “Modules” option below.
Select the Custom HTML module that you created from the “Modules” dropdown menu and click on the “Save” button to save your changes.
That’s it! You have successfully added static text after a Joomla article using the Custom HTML module. You can now view the article on the frontend of your website to see the static text displayed after the article.