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Exposer

Joomla Module

Version 1.3 is here!

Introducing Full Customfield Media Support, Extending Joomla! Contacts support & Frontend Tags!
Exposer is a Joomla module that displays a selection of your Joomla! articles or contacts within a grid, list or slideshow overview. By using the UIkit 3 framework your articles will be presented in a more exciting way than ever before.

The Joomla 4 Promise

We are currently working on optimizing Exposer for Joomla! 4.x but the work is not quite finished yet. With a purchase of Exposer you acquire the right to access Exposer and updates (including Exposer for J!4) for at least one year after purchase date or based on your subscription plan.

Main Features

  • Your Joomla! Articles & Contacts

    Exposer displays your Joomla! Categories & Articles filtered by categories and / or tags

  • Tags! Tags everywhere

    As one of the few solutions wolrdwide, Exposer offers full Joomla! Tag support. That means you can filter your articles by tags.

  • Customfield Support

    Exposer takes your articles to the next level including customfield support for your articles. Use your article's customfields everywhere in Exposer. Including Media Support since Version 1.3

  • Modal Solution included

    Exposer contains a UIkit 3 modal solution out of the box.

  • Four layout options

    Exposer offers you four layout types: Grid, List Simple List* and Slideshow.

  • Animate them all!

    You like animation? So do we! All transitions are smooth and improve user experience. Thanks to UIkit 3 support, Exposer includes more then 15 different animation types.

  • Mobile First

    Thanks to UIkit 3, Exposer is fully mobile friendly including an additional Simple Mobile Mode for Grid Views.

  • Sort by Customfield Value

    Exposer can sort your Articles based on Customfield values.

Want a test drive?

Try out our trial version of Exposer directly "at home" and explore the possibilities!

This version of Exposer is for testing purposes only and can be upgraded by installing the full version after a purchase. Among other things, the number of articles displayed in this version is limited and notices are displayed within the module and content.

This demo version may be based on an older version of the Exposer extension and does not yet include all features or bug fixes listed on this page.
Check the changelog if you find a bug in the demo version, maybe it has already been fixed.

The Exposer Mainframe

The Exposer Mainframe was designed with the best possible individuality in mind. Placeholders for elements are available at several positions within the template and can be selected via the backend. For example, for the meta element you can choose if it should be placed before/after the title or the content.
Each placeholder can only be used once, but various placeholders allow you to process several content types. For example, the title position can contain the article title or the value of a custom field.
Badge
Badges contain the information of the respective URL(x) field of the Joomla! article
Image
Image positions can accommodate the article intro image, article image or custom field.
Customfields
The Customfield positions can contain one or more customfields. The customfields can be styled by own CSS classes.
Meta
The meta positions can contain information about the author, creation date, article title or a custom field.
Categoryname
Especially for the category name of the article an own position was generated.
Title
The article title is rendered at this position. A custom field can also be used as a source.
Content
At this position the article introtext, the article fulltext, intro & fulltext combined, or the content of a custom field can be displayed. Content can also be shortened.
In the overview below you can see where the positions are set in the template. In the module backend you choose which position is used and which content should be rendered. Each position can only be used once. For example, the image position for the default cards can be top, bottom, left or right.
  • UIkit List

    Image
    Customfields
    Meta
    Title
    Customfields
    Meta
    Link
    Customfields
    Meta
    Image
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
  • UIkit Grid (Default Cards)

    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Image
    Image
    Customfields
    Meta
    Categoryname
    Title
    Categoryname
    Customfields
    Meta
    Content
    Meta
    Customfields
    Categoryname
    Image
    Image
  • UIkit Grid (Image Cards)

    Image
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Customfields
    Meta
    Categoryname
    Title
    Categoryname
    Customfields
    Meta
    Content
    Meta
    Customfields
    Categoryname
    Image
    Image
  • UIkit Slideshow

    Note: The overlay within the slideshow can be placed on top, bottom, left, right or centered.
    Image
    Customfields
    Meta
    Categoryname
    Title
    Categoryname
    Customfields
    Meta
    Content
    Meta
    Customfields
    Categoryname
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge
    Badge

Say Hello to the Exposer Module

Grid View

The grid layout supports up to six columns. The example below shows the Grid View with active eyecatcher option (only on medium & large screens). In this example the last (newest) article is used as eyecatcher.

article image

Neptune

the Roman god of the sea and running waters

Dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds, ice giant Neptune is the eighth and most distant planet in our solar system.

article image

Jupiter

Roman god Jupiter

Jupiter has a long history surprising scientists—all the way back to 1610 when Galileo Galilei found the first moons beyond Earth. That discovery changed the way we see the universe.

article image

Mars

Roman god of war Mars

The fourth planet from the Sun, Mars is a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere.

article image

Earth

The name Earth is a Germanic word, which simply means “the ground.”

Our home planet is the third planet from the Sun, and the only place we know of so far that’s inhabited by living things.

Neptune

More than 30 times as far from the Sun as Earth, Neptune is the only planet in our solar system not visible to the naked eye and the first predicted by mathematics before its discovery. In 2011 Neptune completed its first 165-year orbit since its discovery in 1846.

Data

Diameter155000 km
Distance to Sun4478 Mio km
Temparature-201 centigrade
Image

Jupiter

Fifth in line from the Sun, Jupiter is, by far, the largest planet in the solar system – more than twice as massive as all the other planets combined.

Jupiter's familiar stripes and swirls are actually cold, windy clouds of ammonia and water, floating in an atmosphere of hydrogen and helium. Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot is a giant storm bigger than Earth that has raged for hundreds of years.

Data

Diameter143000 km
Distance to Sun778 Mio km
Temparature-108 centigrade
Image

Mars

This dynamic planet has seasons, polar ice caps and weather and canyons and extinct volacanoes, evidence of an even more active past.

Mars is one of the most explored bodies in our solar system, and it's the only planet where we've sent rovers to roam the alien landscape. NASA currently has three spacecraft in orbit, one rover and one lander on the surface and another rover under construction here on Earth. India and ESA also have spacecraft in orbit above Mars. These robotic explorers have found lots of evidence that Mars was much wetter and warmer, with a thicker atmosphere, billions of years ago.

Data

Diameter6779 km
Distance to Sun224 Mio km
Temparature-55 centigrade
Image

Earth

While Earth is only the fifth largest planet in the solar system, it is the only world in our solar system with liquid water on the surface. Just slightly larger than nearby Venus, Earth is the biggest of the four planets closest to the Sun, all of which are made of rock and metal.

The name Earth is at least 1,000 years old. All of the planets, except for Earth, were named after Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. However, the name Earth is a Germanic word, which simply means “the ground.”

Data

Diameter12742 km
Distance to Sun149 Mio km
Temparature14 centigrade
Image

List View

Exposer supports the sorting of articles according to Customfield Value (all Layout types). The List below has been sorted by Customfield Value "Distance to Sun".
  • 149 Mio km
    Earth
  • 224 Mio km
    Mars
  • 778 Mio km
    Jupiter
  • 4478 Mio km
    Neptune

Earth

Our home planet is the third planet from the Sun, and the only place we know of so far that’s inhabited by living things.

While Earth is only the fifth largest planet in the solar system, it is the only world in our solar system with liquid water on the surface. Just slightly larger than nearby Venus, Earth is the biggest of the four planets closest to the Sun, all of which are made of rock and metal.

The name Earth is at least 1,000 years old. All of the planets, except for Earth, were named after Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. However, the name Earth is a Germanic word, which simply means “the ground.”

Mars

The fourth planet from the Sun, Mars is a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere.

This dynamic planet has seasons, polar ice caps and weather and canyons and extinct volacanoes, evidence of an even more active past.

Mars is one of the most explored bodies in our solar system, and it's the only planet where we've sent rovers to roam the alien landscape. NASA currently has three spacecraft in orbit, one rover and one lander on the surface and another rover under construction here on Earth. India and ESA also have spacecraft in orbit above Mars. These robotic explorers have found lots of evidence that Mars was much wetter and warmer, with a thicker atmosphere, billions of years ago.

Jupiter

Jupiter has a long history surprising scientists—all the way back to 1610 when Galileo Galilei found the first moons beyond Earth. That discovery changed the way we see the universe.

Fifth in line from the Sun, Jupiter is, by far, the largest planet in the solar system – more than twice as massive as all the other planets combined.

Jupiter's familiar stripes and swirls are actually cold, windy clouds of ammonia and water, floating in an atmosphere of hydrogen and helium. Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot is a giant storm bigger than Earth that has raged for hundreds of years.

Neptune

Dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds, ice giant Neptune is the eighth and most distant planet in our solar system.

More than 30 times as far from the Sun as Earth, Neptune is the only planet in our solar system not visible to the naked eye and the first predicted by mathematics before its discovery. In 2011 Neptune completed its first 165-year orbit since its discovery in 1846.

Slideshow View

  • Neptune
    Planetarium

    Neptune

    Dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds, ice giant Neptune is the eighth and most distant planet in our solar system.

  • Jupiter
    Planetarium

    Jupiter

    Jupiter has a long history surprising scientists—all the way back to 1610 when Galileo Galilei found the first moons beyond Earth. That discovery changed the way we see the universe.

  • Mars
    Planetarium

    Mars

    The fourth planet from the Sun, Mars is a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere.

  • Earth
    Planetarium

    Earth

    Our home planet is the third planet from the Sun, and the only place we know of so far that’s inhabited by living things.

Image

Neptune

Dark, cold and whipped by supersonic winds, ice giant Neptune is the eighth and most distant planet in our solar system.

More than 30 times as far from the Sun as Earth, Neptune is the only planet in our solar system not visible to the naked eye and the first predicted by mathematics before its discovery. In 2011 Neptune completed its first 165-year orbit since its discovery in 1846.

Image

Jupiter

Jupiter has a long history surprising scientists—all the way back to 1610 when Galileo Galilei found the first moons beyond Earth. That discovery changed the way we see the universe.

Fifth in line from the Sun, Jupiter is, by far, the largest planet in the solar system – more than twice as massive as all the other planets combined.

Jupiter's familiar stripes and swirls are actually cold, windy clouds of ammonia and water, floating in an atmosphere of hydrogen and helium. Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot is a giant storm bigger than Earth that has raged for hundreds of years.

Image

Mars

The fourth planet from the Sun, Mars is a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere.

This dynamic planet has seasons, polar ice caps and weather and canyons and extinct volacanoes, evidence of an even more active past.

Mars is one of the most explored bodies in our solar system, and it's the only planet where we've sent rovers to roam the alien landscape. NASA currently has three spacecraft in orbit, one rover and one lander on the surface and another rover under construction here on Earth. India and ESA also have spacecraft in orbit above Mars. These robotic explorers have found lots of evidence that Mars was much wetter and warmer, with a thicker atmosphere, billions of years ago.

Image

Earth

Our home planet is the third planet from the Sun, and the only place we know of so far that’s inhabited by living things.

While Earth is only the fifth largest planet in the solar system, it is the only world in our solar system with liquid water on the surface. Just slightly larger than nearby Venus, Earth is the biggest of the four planets closest to the Sun, all of which are made of rock and metal.

The name Earth is at least 1,000 years old. All of the planets, except for Earth, were named after Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. However, the name Earth is a Germanic word, which simply means “the ground.”

Filter your Content

With Exposer you have full control over your content.
  • Show Joomla! articles or contacts from different categories that have the same tag
  • Show Joomla! articles or contacts from one or more categories
  • Show Joomla! articles or contacts that only targeting the defined tags (one or multiple)
  • NEW Filter by Creators1
  • NEW Filter by Featured Articles2
1: Filter Joomla Articles by Creators (Multiselect List)
2: Filter Joomla Articles by Featured items.
You can choose to display only featured items, hide featured items (show only non featured) or show (ignore featured status)

Joomla! Article Pool

Module Filter

Frontend Display

Category A

Article A
X
Article B
Y
Article C
X

Category B

Article F
X
Article E
X G
Article D
M

Category C

Article A
X Y
Article B
X
Article C
M X
Filter Command
  • from Category B & C
  • With Tag X / Y

Article F

Article E

Article G

Article H

Article J

Sort your Content

You can sort your articles by:
  • Article Sorting (Manual Backend Sorting)
  • most recent
    Creation Date (Article Params)
  • most recent
    Publish up Date (Article Params)
  • Modification Date (Article Params)
  • Publish down Date (Article Params)
  • Hits
  • Article Title
  • most recent
    Article ID
  • Random
  • NEW Customfield Value
Articles can be sorted ascending or descending across all Sorting types.

Customfields as Media

Introduced in version 1.3: Customfield Media Support
Use customfields as a media source for your articles. Exposer renders the custom field instead of the article image. In addition, the fallback of the media content has been extended by various levels. Beside multiple customfield sources you can also choose if the article intro image or the article image is used as fallback instance. If there is no information available for this either, Exposer can use an image that you define as a fallback in the module settings.
article image
Pure nature

Item without CF

customfields
demo
Showcase
Exposer

In this article the customfields were not filled in. Exposer has been set up to check the content of the custom fields, then use the article intro image and if it is also not set, a fallback image that can be selected within Exposer. We call it: MultiStepFallback.

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Pure nature

Beautifull February

Showcase
Exposer

February is the 2nd month of the year and convinces us here with its beauty. The video for this article was integrated with the nx-youtube customfield. Exposer automatically reads the plugin information from the custom field and uses that field as Article Media.

Pure nature

Mount Everest

demo
Showcase
Exposer

In 1865, Everest was given its official English name by the Royal Geographical Society, as recommended by Andrew Waugh, the British Surveyor General of India, who chose the name of his predecessor in the post, Sir George Everest, despite Everest's objections.[6] Mount Everest attracts many climbers, some of them highly experienced mountaineers. There are two main climbing routes, one approaching the summit from the southeast in Nepal (known as the "standard route") and the other from the north in Tibet. While not posing substantial technical climbing challenges on the standard route, Everest presents dangers such as altitude sickness, weather, and wind, as well as significant hazards from avalanches and the Khumbu Icefall. As of 2019, over 300 people have died on Everest,[7] many of whose bodies remain on the mountain.[8]

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Pure nature

Finland

Experience unforgettable moments in the heart of the Finnish wilderness. Lakeland is known for its beautiful landscapes and nature with endless possibilities to enjoy outdoor activities. It is also the home for the epic wildlife with bears, wolves, even lynxes. So, get your backpacks ready, we’re going on an adventure!

Pure nature

Switzerland

Thanks to its unique geographical location at the heart of Europe, Switzerland is endowed with an extraordinary variety of scenic countryside.

Pure nature

The Sound of Nature

demo
Exposer

This set "Relaxing Nature Sounds" is a quick sampling of some of our basic nature sounds available at Nature Sounds FM. To listen to and download more relaxing sounds and nature sounds visit NatureSounds.FM.

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