Frontend modules display information on the public-facing portion of your website.
Skip to the explanation in View All of the Module Positions to see a trick for how to display all the module positions on a website.
Joomla comes with a set of basic modules to get you started.
Displays a list of archived articles in the form of calendar months.
Shows the latest articles within a specific category.
Displays the most popular articles based on number of views.
Shows an article or groups of articles from a specific category.
Shows articles with matching metakeywords.
Shows a list of links to site sections containing articles.
Displays the results of an RSS feed from another site.
Creates an RSS link for a specific page on your site.
Displays a login box. Once a user is logged in, it displays a welcome message and a logout button.
Displays a module showing which users are online and logged in.
Shows navigation breadcrumbs (or pathway).
Displays some custom HTML. For more details on this module, see Creating a Custom HTML Module.
Displays a copyright with your site name and Joomla information/license link.
Displays a menu. Refer to ...