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Module Position; this is a grid of possible positions into which you can assign modules.
The grid varies from one template to another.
When viewed on screens of differing sizes, the module positions re-arrange themselves to fit the screen. This feature is called 'responsiveness'.
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Hi Martin,

Thanks for that

I'd go with something a bit more

Module positions are placeholders in a template

Modules positions are dictated by the template layout as laid out by the template developer

Modules positions can be loaded in to articles using the {loadposition} syntax

Modules (using their positions) can be displayed at various widths depending on the template settings

Modules positions can be hidden using css classes e.g. hidden on chosen device widths
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Just to explain

You can target module positions width using the different screen widths in the T3 framework
www.joomlabamboo.com/blog/how-to-joomla/how-to-resize-position-widths-in-t3-templates

Its listed under responsive layouts section
It also explains how to hide positions

For finding out about both loadposition and loadmodule take a look here

www.ostraining.com/blog/joomla/loadposition-loadmodule/
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