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-===Support development of Modular Extensions - HMVC===
+###Support development of Modular Extensions - HMVC
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-==Modular Extensions - HMVC==
+##Modular Extensions - HMVC
 
 Modular Extensions makes the CodeIgniter PHP framework modular. Modules are groups of independent components, typically model, controller and view, arranged in an application modules sub-directory, that can be dropped into other CodeIgniter applications.
 
 
 Module Controllers can be used as normal Controllers or HMVC Controllers and they can be used to help you build view partials.
 
-==Features:==
+##Features:
 
 All controllers can contain an $autoload class variable, which holds an array of items to load prior to running the constructor. This can be used together with module/config/autoload.php, however using the $autoload variable only works for that specific controller.
 
 If you add the _remap() method to your controllers you can prevent unwanted access to them from the URL and redirect or flag an error as you like.
 
 
-===Notes:===
+###Notes:
 
 To use HMVC functionality, such as Modules::run(), controllers must extend the MX_Controller class.
 
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-==View Partials==
+##View Partials
 
 Using a Module as a view partial from within a view is as easy as writing:
 
 
 Parameters are optional, You may pass any number of parameters.
 
-==Modular Extensions installation==
+##Modular Extensions installation
 
 1) Start with a clean CI install.
 
 -Steps 9-11 show MX working with both controller and view in the “welcome” module - there should be no files in the application/controllers or application/views directories.
 
 
-==FAQ==
+##FAQ
 
 Q. What are modules, why should I use them?