Template parameters

This joomla 2.5 template has several customizable features that can be set up in the template parameters. After template installation and choosing it to default template, click on the template's name in the template manager to set the following parameters:

Choose your logo type (text or graphic) and fill in the logo text or upload your logo image. The logo height and width is either the size of the logo image or the size of the box that contains the logo text (you have to play with it).

For the slideshow, cut your images to the same size, so that your images' width should be ideally equal to (page width - 40), because if you choose Force image resize: "Yes", then the quality can be worse. You have to use an ftp software like Filezilla, or if you use cpanel on the server, then the file manager to upload the images. You have to upload them into the templates/a4joomla-darksunset/images/sampledata directory. If you want only one image without slideshow, then upload your image into the templates/a4joomla-darksunset/images directory, and choose that image in the parameters.

 

Dropdown menu:

The template has a "position-1" module position for a dropdown menu.  This 3-level suckerfish dropdown menu can be set by the following module settings:

topmenu1

 


topmenu2

 


topmenu3

Second horizontal menu

The template has a "position-13" module position for a second horizontal menu in the top-right corner e.g. for Login and Registration. This menu can be set by the following module settings:

top21

 


top2menu2

 


top2menu3

 

Module positions:

The following module positions exist in this joomla template:

 Module styles

3 module styles exist for the position-6 and position-7 modules (except for the menu modules):

  1. no background color (Module Class Suffix is empty)
  2. dark (Module Class Suffix is _dark)
  3. light (Module Class Suffix is _light)

For the side menu modules set the Module class suffix to _menu for a menu without bullets, separated by dotted lines.

In position user7 set the "Module class suffix" to _menu2 for a menu without bullets.

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