S2 CSS: Module ids and classes

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Modules are meant to provide styles with flexible methods of rearranging ancillary content and providing features to styles like page summaries, link lists, tag lists, layout credits, and calendar summaries. Users can rearrange the order and showing of modules in the wizard customize area instead of editing the style.

Containing classes

Modules can be found in the following page sections:

  • div.#secondary>div.inner
  • div.#tertiary>div.inner


Inside the div.inner class.

div.module-section-one or div.module-section-two

Within this there are specific classes for different modules:

  • div.module-photo
  • div.module-user-links
  • div.module-about
  • div.module-navlinks
  • div.module-calendar
  • div.module-syndicate
  • div.module-pagesummary
  • div.module-time
  • div.module-powered
  • div.module-userprofile
  • div.module-tags_list
  • div.module-pagesummary
  • div.module-search


Not all modules have this.

  • Affects: Titles of module sections such as Tags, Page Summary, Syndicate, etc.
  • Other information: h2.module-header a refers to those items that are links instead of pure text.


This affects the content of modules such as tags list, links list, free text, about section, page summary. .module-content a refers to those items that are links instead of pure text.

Specific modules


These modules contain lists:

  • .module-navlinks -- contains navigation links
  • .module-tags_list -- contains the list of tags
  • .module-pagesummary -- summary of posts/comments on the page
  • .module-typelist -- a list of links




Inside its .module-content, there is a table with:

  • td.empty-day -- a day that didn't have any posts and thus has nothing in it.
  • td.entry-day -- a day that has posts; this means there will be a linked number inside the post.

If the calendar is displayed horizontally, there is no table but you can use similar classes:

  • .empty-day
  • .entry-day


Inside its .module-content:

  • span#load-time -- contains the time the page was loaded.



After the ul.module-list, there might be this:

  • div.manage-tags-link -- contains a link to the manage tags page, if the viewer can has the appropriate permissions.

Also note that the list items here have tag visibility classes.


Contains div.search-form, inside is the form.

.search-box is the text entry. .search-button is the submit button.

No header modules

These modules have no headers:

  • .module-navlinks -- but some styles have added one.
  • .module-time
  • .module-powered