Module - mod_rsform (Display the form in a module position)

Forms can be displayed in the front-end in a module position (left, right, top etc) using the mod_rsform module.

First you will have to download, install and configure the mod_rsform module. You can download it by logging in to your RSjoomla! account, then head to Downloads -> My downloads area.

To install the mod_rsform module just go to Extensions > Install/Uninstall: browse the downloaded file and click "Upload & Install".

When configuring the module's parameters, make sure you setup the Form Id correctly. The Form Id can be viewed in the "Manage Forms" tab.

Display the form inside an article using mod_rsform

If you want to display the module inside an article, you have to follow these steps:

  1. You will have to add a custom position for the module(it should be an unique position), for example myposition.
  2. In your article you use the {­loadposition myposition} Joomla! syntax which triggers the LoadPosition plugin.

03 Sep 2021
Version 3.0.1
  • Updated - Bumped minimum requirements to use Joomla! 3.9.26
  • Fixed - 'Advanced' tab was missing the 'Layout' option.
09 Jun 2021
Version 3.0.0
  • Updated - Joomla! 4.0 and RSForm! Pro 3.0 compatibility.
03 Jun 2019
Version 2.0.0
  • Updated - Bumped minimum requirements to use RSForm! Pro 2.2.2 and Joomla! 3.7.0
04 Feb 2016
Version 1.51.1
  • Fixed - Module caching options were missing.
09 Oct 2015
Version 1.51.0
  • Added - Joomla! automatic updates support.
  • Updated - Bumped minimum requirements to use RSForm! Pro 1.51.0 and Joomla! 2.5.28
22 Nov 2013
Initial Release

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