booom, my template is under the 5 finalists. great.
Thank you all for your nice words and help!
Axel... very nice work indeed. I see a banner module listed but I was wondering where on the page/template it would appear. Do you have a view showing a banner?
Hey Ed, the Banner Module which I meant is the "Advertising" Module on the right side.
but you are right. i forgot the image banner module. it's on my todo list.
Hi again axle... I was just wondering if the left side menu width could be narrowed down without breaking anything? It seems plenty wide for the info it contains and encroaches on the remaining screen realestate to the right.
Hey Ed again.
My Template is very very very flexible. You can do what you want with it, but a little css knowledge is an requirement for changing things like that. You have to take a look in the /templates/68portal/css/layout.css stylesheet. div#left-sidebar
are your friends (play with the width/margin attributes).
The breadcrumb works only for the 'home' page.
Maybe it's because my joomla root folder is in a subfolder of htdocs named 'j15'
So, the breadcrumb gives : "You are here http://vm-w2k-ori/j15/
Hey George, the latest version of the template is made for Joomla RC3.
I think you have a other version. that's the problem
i've a lot of work atm but the next release is coming shortly......
How do you access the template parameters?
Hey seattleslew, what exactly do you mean?
You can find the Template Parameters in the Backend under "Extensions -> Template Manager -> 68portal"
Well it is confusing. It looks OK, but how to acces or change those other styles. In most cases you could change everyting in tempaltes parametrs section. Some documentation needed.
Hey dArt85, the only thing what you can change over the template parameters is the Modulestyle "modern" or "standard".
You can set the Module Suffixes in the Module Parameters. There is an field called "Module Suffix" or something like that.
the css classes are only prepared for use. There are some code examples at the Demo
Thanks and a happy new year to you all!