Taxi Booking package is downloadable from User menu > My Downloads > Taxi Booking releases > Taxi Booking version > View files > Download now or Direct link (for installation from URL). Once you install the package, Taxi Booking component, Taxi Booking module, Payment and scheduling plugins will be all installed at once.

To find the Taxi Booking module go to your website's back end > Extensions > Module manager and type "taxibooking" in the search bar or look for module type "Taxibooking".

Once you locate the module click on it and you will see the configuration screen:

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Activate services that you are using in the Taxi Booking component (Address search, Special routes for fixed fares, Hourly hire, Shuttles, Private tours) - this way you can promote different services on different pages of your website.

Default tab - you can select which tab will be active by default on module page load. 

Maximum width (px) - because the module width is fluid, to fit any module position and be responsive in mobile device screens, here you can limit the width of the module to fit your template's design. If not sure, leave it empty and see how it looks first - make sure you check across different screens.

Assignment tab - here you can set what pages you wish to display the module at. Note: Make sure that the Taxi Booking module and Taxi Booking component are not published on the same page. Find your Taxi Booking component (Booking form) page and Exclude it from the module publishing assignment.

Module permissions tab - here you can set who is able to see the module on your website. The best practice is to leave it visible for all Joomla groups including Guests.

Advanced tab:

Alternative layout - if you are an advanced Joomla user with some programming skills you can create a different layout for the module. Here you will be able to select the layout from the drop-down.

Module class suffix - unique CSS suffix that allows for module styling.

Caching and Cache time - settings for Caching, leave to default to ensure proper functionality. Experiment with the settings if you are an advanced Joomla user.

Module tag - if not sure, leave to "div"

Bootstrap size - An option to specify how many columns the module will use. Leave 0 if not sure.

Header tag - the HTML tag for module Title. Default is "h3"

Header class - use if you wish to have a unique CSS class for the module title.

Module style - use this option to override the template style for this position. If not sure leave to "none".

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