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Module Elements

Module elements define how JavaScript and css assets are deployed on the website you are building. You can choose which module to associate with each region, page, component etc and the assets produced by that element will be deployed according to that module's definition.

For example you might have some cross-cutting assets that are used on virtually every page on your website and should be deployed site wide whereas other elements might be specific to a small number of pages and can be collected up into one JavaScript asset and deployed only to pages that need them. To do this you would define two modules and and choose the appropriate module for each element of your website.

Note that elements inherit the module from their parent element by defaultso you only need to override this at strategic points. The only exception to this are pages (which have no parent element) and default to deploying assets site wide without using modules.

Modules have the following features:

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