Finding modules for your website

If you need your website to do something more than display text and an occasional image you might need a module to enhanche the CMS's functionality.

There are many locations where you can find modules for WebsiteBaker, but there is one official repository. The modules on this website are all tested for functionality.

WebsiteBaker addons repository

Other great sources are:

(more to come)

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WebsiteBaker 2.8.3 Snippets Modules

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