Joomla modules are designed to be displayed at defined module positions in your joomla template, not inside articles. However, if you want to display a joomla module inside an article, there are some workarounds. In this article we will describe two different ways of displaying modules inside articles using plugins. If you are a new at joomle, don't be afraid, it's not big deal.
We installed FlipCal, choose the layout, set the width, etc..., clicked on the "Save module" button, and finally went to the front-end part of our site to see it in action, but then we realize that the date displaying is not what it should be. It is the day before or the day after. Or it is the correct day at the time of checking, but the date changes not at midnight, but at another time in the day... so what is happening?
Below we describe some of the most probable reasons why FlipCal displays the wrong date, and how to solve this problem, plus some technicalities that will be helpful to master not only FlipCal but several other Joomla extensions.
Before beginning, we must be aware of the following points: