joomla:header_image:documentation:tags

Module Tags

Header Image uses module specific tags for representing module runtime information for use in HTML Code parts or the respective property files for image extending HTML code.

The currently supported tags are:

For the Creative Commons License

#__image       ... represents the URL of current image the module has selected.

For the Commercial Unlimited License

#__image       ... represents the URL of current image the module has selected or the complete <IMG> Tag dependant on settings.
                   When using the Slideshow Feature, this tag will be replaced by the Slideshow Image Code.

#__width       ... represents the width of the selected static image or the calculated width as per the Size of Slideshow Area setting.
#__height      ... represents the height of the selected static image or the calculated height as per the Size of Slideshow Area setting.

{content}      ... represents the full Content of the Content Item which TITLE ALIAS is the same as the current selected Images Filename.
{introtext}    ... represents the Intro-Text of the Content Item which TITLE ALIAS is the same as the current selected Images Filename.
{fulltext}     ... represents the Full-Text of the Content Item which TITLE ALIAS is the same as the current selected Images Filename.

{content=##}   ... represents the full Content of the Content Item with ID ##.
{introtext=##} ... represents the Intro-Text of the Content Item with ID ##.
{fulltext=##}  ... represents the Full-Text of the Content Item with ID ##.

Content Items included by the respective tags are being processed with the Content Mambots (Joomla 1.0) or Content Plugins (Joomla 1.5) before being displayed.

To automatically relate a Content Item to the currently selected image, place the images filename without extension into the “Title Alias” (Joomla 1.0) / “Alias” (Joomla 1.5) field of that Content Item.

Example: himg-c1

Due to character filtering in the Title Alias within Joomla 1.5.x only the hyphen as possible character for the filename prefix is supported.