a4joomla-Minimalist-T1 is a new cross-browser compatible, customizable, professional joomla template with minimalist design, 9 module positions, 5 color schemes: blue, green, purple, aqua and grey, 3 module styles, tableless portal or blog layout and dropdown menu. A free version of this joomla template is also available.
a4joomla-eBusiness is a new cross-browser compatible, customizable, professional joomla template with clean design, 11 module positions, 5 color schemes: blue, green, purple, aqua and yellow, 3 module styles, tableless portal or blog layout and dropdown menu. It can be used not only for e-Business, but any other websites.
We released a new free joomla 1.5 template with dark green design and the following features:
several collapsible module positions
The free version of the a4joomla-Darkside joomla template can be downloaded here.
There is also a commercial version with further features:
- 4 colour schemes
- further module positions
- dropdown menu
- fully customizable
We have new free and commercial joomla 1.5 templates with minimalist design, beautiful typography and the following features:
dropdown menu in the pro version
several collapsible module positions (some of them only in the pro version)
portal or blog layout (the latter only in the pro version)
5 color schemes in the pro version
3 module styles in the pro version.
The free version of the a4joomla-Business joomla template can be downloaded here.
A new version (1.1) of the free and the pro a4joomla-social joomla 1.5 template was released today. The main improvement is a new module position (top) that makes it possible to have a horizontal menu in the top right corner, e.g. for Login/Logout and Register menu items. There is also a new color style for these joomla templates, which is now the color of the free template. If you have an earlier version, follow the installation instructions written in the previous post.
- Save the old template and your graphic logo somewhere
- Memorize your template parameter settings and any other changes
- Set an other template to default
- Uninstall the old template
- Install the new template
- Upload your graphic logo into the template's images directory
- Set the template parameters and apply any other changes if you had
- Set the new template to default
- Place a menu into the top module position