It is possible to bypass category selection (for the free version) and module instances (for the profiles version) by using the plugin's own syntax.

The use of the following syntax in individual articles will trigger the re-design of the article's header and/or footer.

articledetails-header, inside { } will add a header in its place in an article.
Only the first instance will be replaced by the plugin’s configuration. Other instances will be ignored and replaced with nothing. This syntax is removed in category or featured blog layouts.

articledetails-footer, inside { } will add a footer at the end of the article.
Once again, only one instance will be taken into account. No matter where the syntax is placed in the article, it will be appended to the article’s full text. There is no footer in category or featured blog layouts.


  • if an article is selected through the category mechanism (free version) or is part of a profile (commercial version) and contains some of the plugin’s syntax, the plugin's syntax takes precedence.
  • Some other plugins may be called on the event onContentBeforeDisplay and can show before the header. See the Fixing common issues section.