I'm using completeness profile module and now I would like to suggest you some feature that I think it will be great to implement in next version. The major utility of this module is to engage users to complete his profiles to do our communities better and more powerfull with all information that we want to fill. I thought that when users have completed his profiles (likes an attached image) is not usefull to show this module on his profiles. I thought that it will be great that add new feature that when profiles are completed can be not shown on his profiles to make more quite and polite and save to show useless information.
Thanks and best regards,
Thank you for contacting us and for your feedback.
Yes, that could be a good idea to have option to show/hide module when profile completed.
I'll pass it to our Project Manager.
He has final word ;)
Report was rejected as we can't control Joomla! that displays modules.
Yes, module cannot unpublish itself, but you can modify default.php in tmpl folder of module and skip display of that circle and 100% in it.
Another solution can be to skip all content of default.php html if completeness is 100% but than there is problem of module caption. If you decide not to display module title than this can be useful too.
Nope :) system will still "see" module in position so if template loads some divs or columns for that module like sidebar, then you'll just have empty sidebar. If you load in JS positions then you need to have titles (e.g for tabs) so you'll have empty tab. There is no win-win combination in here.
But blank space will remain as module still will occupy module position... Oh, my, that's Joomla! :)
Yes it will, unless Module Class Suffix class is used so you can css style that module differently and that is only if you use Joomla module positions. JomSocial tabbed (stacked) module positions cannot be used that way.
Nope, in many templates there is condition to display sidebar column. As soon condition is meet - that is module is assigned to a position - sidebar is displayed. So hiding it content with CSS will leave empty column.
Yup, end of story :)