This template comes with few Basic Options to help you further customize your Joomla website. You can choose from logo displaying, to what type of fonts you want on the website. To change the template basic options you simply need to follow the steps below.
Login into the Administration Control Panel of you Joomla website.
For Joomla sites you'll need to navigate to Extensions > Templates . Click on the title of your Joomla template.
Below you'll see the templates basic options. There are several basic options to change here so we suggest you play around with them to see what best suits your Joomla website.
Basic Options Explained
- Need Help? Documentation
- Helpful documentation for our this template
- Remove Branding
- This will remove the branding located near the footer of the page.
- Each different template can have several styles to select from (depends on each template)
- Load modal behavior
- Use the modal class in any link tag to open up pop ups instead of new windows. Just add class="modal" to your <a> tags and you will open up pop ups.
- Load jQuery
- Control the way that jQuery gets loaded (this does not apply for Joomla 3.x, because it loads jQuery from the Joomla core).
- Logo Image
- Choose how you want to display your logo. You can choose to use the template logo file, a module position, or from a list of images. For more on how to set up your logo see Logo Setup.
- Logo Width
- Change the width of the logo depending on your image and the module position located next to the logo will change widths automatically.
- Body Font
- Choose from several different fonts for the overall site.
- Heading Font
- Choose from several fonts for the heading on your site.
- Choose how you want your columns displayed and the widths of those columns.
- Bootstrap grid mode
- The Template can work either in a 960px grid (px) or using a fluid grid (%).
- Enable Bootstrap's responsive behavior
- You can select whether yoy want to hace responsive behavior (mobile/tablet veiw).
- Sticky Footer
- Select whether you want to force the footer to be always at the bottom of the page.
- Bootstrap styles for article images
- You can select an style for the intro and full-article images (using the default Joomla Content component).
- Enable template documentation mode
- Loads docs.css and prettify.js to enhance documentation either for the template or your own project.
- If you set Enable slideshow as "yes", the icon settings below will be applied.
- Images folder is where the images displayed in the slideshow are located.
- The available icon classes are listed in the "Icons" section from this page (using icon- prefix).
Below we explain to which sections of the template the icons will point:
- Icon one is a onepage link that scroll down to the content in module positions: featured, grid-top or grid-top2 (in that order of priority)
- Icon two is a onepage link that scroll down to the content in component area
- Icon three is a onepage link that scroll down to the content in module position: grid-bottom
- Icon four is a onepage link that scroll down to the content in module position: grid-bottom2
- Toolbar always showing enable/disable the visibility of a menu on the very top.
Single scrolling page options
- If Enable single scrolling page is set as "yes", a one page menu will be generated automatically using the titles you type on "Menu label for top", "Featured & grid-top position title", etc.
Note: to make this work, it's also required that the menu item type for the home page is of type blog or featured articles. Finally, be sure at least one article is displayed. If you want more or less articles, adjust the "# Leading Articles" option in the menu item.
- If Enable single scrolling page is set as "yes", the icons from Tripod options will link to some module positions.
- You can display custom headings for some specific sections of the template, such as "Menu label for top", "Featured & grid-top position title", etc.