There are additional module designs available that you can control by entering a correct suffix name as a module parameter.
If you need to mix suffixes then separate classes with some space.


 


1. Available module designs.

module-suffixes


2. Use the suffix for menu module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: classic-ms


3. Use the suffix for DJ-MediaTools Album (Slider or Modern Slider) module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: header-ms


4. Use the suffix for DJ-MediaTools Album (Slider or Modern Slider) module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: header2-ms


5. Use the suffix for DJ-MediaTools Album (Slider) module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: team-ms


6. Use the suffix for DJ-MediaTools Album (Slider) module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: small-gallery-ms


7. Use the suffix for DJ-MediaTools Album (Slider) module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: testimonials-ms


8. Use the suffix for Articles Category (Alternative layout: article-image) module if you want to get the following view. Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: popular-ms


9. Use the suffix for Articles Category module if you want to get the following view (2 / 3 / 4 columns). Otherwise the module will use the default css styles.



Suffix name: col2


Available suffixes: col2, col3, col4


10. Use the suffix for module to reduce space between modules in row.



Suffix name: side-margin-ms


11. Additional and very useful suffix to make your modules height the same.
You just have to put a suffix at a module configuration to get the specified module height.

See here the screenshot:

height1

_mod300 means that your module will be of 300 pixels high.