Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by tommylogic » Sun Mar 16, 2008 10:24 pm

ok.. about the sections.. that doesn't matter so much, because they act and funtion perfectly fine as they are. No change necessary there.

The important thing is to follow the directions EXACTLY and in the order I put them..
Select "Breeders" and "EDIT" (or double click on Breeders) to bring up its properties.

Once in Menu Item [Edit],
--> Go down to "Parent Item" and select "TOP" <--- THAT is the MOST IMPORTANT!!-->
Image

--> Then down to "Order"and select "LAST"
Image

--> Save your settings and Preview your site

You can always change the order in which they appear in the menu if they get out of order somehow. The problem is that you have it set to "Parent Item" and select "HOME" at the moment. It should not be a parent of Home.. it should be in it's own top level position (not a sub of Home)

As for my site..I was doing some DB work on it... it might have been real slow. It will work now, give it a minute to load. Are you on dial-up?

Best of Luck,
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by sahara » Sun Mar 16, 2008 10:41 pm

When I am in the edit, the Parent Item is Top. It isn't Home. But, if I try to change the Order to Last (it is breeder right now). It doesn't save it. It reverts back to breeder. It is of type Articles >> Section.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by tommylogic » Sun Mar 16, 2008 11:10 pm

I see.. you must not have set the Menu Items for the sub pages then.
You need to go into that same Menu Item Manager and create the menus for each of these:
* Herding Group Breeds
* Hound Group Breeds
* Miscellanous Group Breeds
* Non Sporting Group Breeds
* Sporting Group Breeds
* Terrier Group Breeds
* Toy Group Breeds
* Working Group Breeds
Make sure you set the Parent Item as "Breeders" for each one of those, giving a menu Structure like I had shown before:
........Breeders
.................|_ Herding Group Breeds
.................|_ Hound Group Breeds
.................|_ etc, etc, etc

Then you can go back later and change the type for each of the pages to get a better Article view on it or however you want it to look.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by sahara » Mon Mar 17, 2008 1:01 am

:) OK, this is what was missing for the Suckerfish menu. Hooray! Thanks for the help.

Now I want to set up the site map.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by tommylogic » Mon Mar 17, 2008 1:42 am

sahara wrote::) OK, this is what was missing for the Suckerfish menu. Hooray! Thanks for the help.

Now I want to set up the site map.
Very COOL !!! Good Job. FYI, you can do that for any of the menu items there in the top meu.

About the Xmaps.. its pretty simple. You need to make sure that "Legacy Mode " is enabled in Plugin Manager
--> Goto Extensions--> Plugin Manager
--> Go down to System-Legacy and enable the plugin (click on the red "X" to the right )

Install the component:
--> From the Top Menu Goto Extensions--> Install / Uninstall
--> Browse to where you saved the downloaded package and Select it
--> Click Upload File & Install
--> you will receive a message that the component is successfully installed

Create a Menu Item for the Link:
--> Goto the Menus--> Top Menu
--> Goto New--> select Xmap
--> In the Title, enter Sitemap
--> In the Alias, enter sitemap
--> In Parameters System enter Page Title, Sitemap and select Yes to show the title
--> Save and preview. You should see Sitemap in your Top Menu, click it to view that page

If you wish to submit a sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools:
Configure the component:
--> From the Top Menu Goto Components--> Xmap
--> click over the top-right arrow of the sitemap and select preferences.
--> copy the path to the the XML sitemap

That is the path that you submit to Google.
Take a peak at my site to compare (and let me know if it is working for you or if you are still experiencing problems).

Best of Luck,
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by mustiy » Mon Mar 17, 2008 2:17 pm

mustiy wrote:how can i remove the "CSS" and the "XHTML" button on the bottom right corner of every page? How can i also remove the "ABOUT JOOMLA!" "FEATURES" "NEWS" "THE COMMUNITY" buttons on the bottom of each page as well?
Anyone want to take a jab at this?

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by tommylogic » Mon Mar 17, 2008 2:40 pm

mustiy wrote:
mustiy wrote:how can i remove the "CSS" and the "XHTML" button on the bottom right corner of every page? How can i also remove the "ABOUT JOOMLA!" "FEATURES" "NEWS" "THE COMMUNITY" buttons on the bottom of each page as well?
Anyone want to take a jab at this?
Sure.. whynot...

The "ABOUT JOOMLA!" "FEATURES" "NEWS" "THE COMMUNITY" are controlled by the "Top Menu"
--> Goto Menus--> Menu Manager--> Top Menu
--> either delete, deactivate or change the links to the items in the top menu.

The CSS and XHTML links are called by the template.php
--> Open templates--> ja_purity--> template.php
--> Look for these lines

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	<div class="ja-cert">
		<jdoc:include type="modules" name="syndicate" />
		<a href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.tommylogic.com" target="_blank" title="<?php echo JText::_("CSS Validity");?>" style="text-decoration: none;">
		<img src="<?php echo $tmpTools->templateurl(); ?>/images/but-css.gif" border="none" alt="<?php echo JText::_("CSS Validity");?>" />
		</a>
		<a href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer" target="_blank" title="<?php echo JText::_("XHTML Validity");?>" style="text-decoration: none;">
		<img src="<?php echo $tmpTools->templateurl(); ?>/images/but-xhtml10.gif" border="none" alt="<?php echo JText::_("XHTML Validity");?>" />
		</a>
	</div>
You can either delete those lines or comment them out (which I would recommend, in case you want them back later). You can replace those lines with this commented out code:

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	<div class="ja-cert">
		<jdoc:include type="modules" name="syndicate" />
     <!-- Commenting out CSS & XHTML Links 
		<a href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.tommylogic.com" target="_blank" title="<?php echo JText::_("CSS Validity");?>" style="text-decoration: none;">
		<img src="<?php echo $tmpTools->templateurl(); ?>/images/but-css.gif" border="none" alt="<?php echo JText::_("CSS Validity");?>" />
		</a>
		<a href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer" target="_blank" title="<?php echo JText::_("XHTML Validity");?>" style="text-decoration: none;">
		<img src="<?php echo $tmpTools->templateurl(); ?>/images/but-xhtml10.gif" border="none" alt="<?php echo JText::_("XHTML Validity");?>" />
		</a>
      -->
	</div>
That will leave the RSS link in place (which I also recommend).

Best of Luck,
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by mustiy » Mon Mar 17, 2008 2:45 pm

tommylogic, thanks a lot for your reply. It answered all my questions.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by bergmannn » Mon Mar 17, 2008 2:48 pm

Roar wrote: I just wonder why this question is asked; can’t you just start using the winner as it is?
I'ts quiet a long time that i use this template.... The answers to the things that Kenmcd wrote are important for me....

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by tommylogic » Tue Mar 18, 2008 3:04 pm

mustiy wrote:tommylogic, thanks a lot for your reply. It answered all my questions.
No problem man... I don't mind giving back to the community, if I can be of assistance.
Hope everyone else is figuring this template out, there's some complicated (non-intuitive) issues about its design. I just wonder where the authors are ?!?!!?

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by Roar » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:33 pm

bergmannn wrote:
Roar wrote: I just wonder why this question is asked; can’t you just start using the winner as it is?
I'ts quiet a long time that i use this template.... The answers to the things that Kenmcd wrote are important for me....

Regards
I also like this template; since this is a community of people voluntaries for free I would be careful demanding help or answer not only on this template but for all category in this forum.
It should be obvious that skilled people creating template like this or the teams adapting the winner as a standard template and taking care of all the other Joomla stuff, have more the enough to do. Not only with this, but also ordinary paid jobs and let not forget family in this.

I can agree on that it have been easier if someone just had written a few words about the time frame on getting the template as standard. And if the coding of this templates is so “bad” as mention in some of the comments, everyone have more then enough to do! ???

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by tommylogic » Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:02 pm

Yeah, I agree as I tried to explain on an earlier post.. if you like the template, use it as is... it's FREE. Now the problem lies in that this is not an easy template by any means for the moderate to novice user. At least not when it comes to customizing it.

If it were me and my project, I would at least pop in to check on my baby every so often & see how it .. or howit's users were coming along> It would benefit my company greater to have better support sytem in pace. If I couldn't afford the time, I would simply tell people, "hey, I'm pressed for time with 10,000 projects; drop me an email and I'll do my best to get back to you or visit my forum at xxx.com for help". BUT.. I certainly wouldn't pop in and see a bunch of people with a ton of questions and say "Hey, where's my prize"

I'm by no means knocking them, I understand how it is running a company & maintaining a life... I'm just saying that if I were so busy with paid projects, I would make time, hire more people, ask people in the community forum to help.. something. If I couldn't pull it off, I'd simply not do the extra curricular activities.. it's that simple. But hey, that's me & my business, not there's.. we just don't do ANYTHING half way.

As a member of the Open Source Community, I feel it's my place to step in and help where I can. I'd hope that if anyone else had an answer to my questions that they would feel the need to help out too.. after all isn't that what open source is really all about.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by schomburgr » Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:13 pm

Hi Everyone:

I'm using the JA_Purity template for my son's cub scout district and have some questions I was wondering if anyone might be able to assist with:

1. How can i change the color and the mask at the top of the page?
2. How can i remove the pinkish / grey right above the main content section / below the main menu
3. How can i change the colors of the left menu? I thought it would be the c-bg1.gif file but this only changes a very small portion of the left menu (maybe 5%).

Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is my first crack at joomla. You can view the site at http://www.thearrowheaddistrict.org... still in it's early stages.

Thanks

Rick Schomburg

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by schomburgr » Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:22 pm

Sorry.. forgot to ask one other question. On my newsflash a lot of times when going to the page I get all the newsflash items all listed one after the other on the right side (outside the module). If I refresh the page I just get one newsflash item. Does anyone know what would cause this and how to fix. Thx

Web site: http://www.thearrowheaddistrict.org

Thanks

Rick Schomburg

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Undefined property error in Category

Post by alwin » Thu Mar 20, 2008 11:02 am

When in the Category manager an image is assigned to a certain category, there is an error in the category list layout.

The error:
PHP Notice: Undefined property: ContentViewCategory::$this in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\joomla153\templates\ja_purity\html\com_content\category\default.php on line 12 PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\joomla153\templates\ja_purity\html\com_content\category\default.php on line 12 PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\joomla153\templates\ja_purity\html\com_content\category\default.php on line 12

Please feedback

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by sjoerdsmink » Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:04 pm

agarza wrote:
shadowelder wrote:
darb wrote: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hi

I have a problem with IE 7 (Vista ?) and other browsers its working fine. The problem is that the menu dropdown not showing the sub menus correct see png file.

Is anyone else having this problem and know how to solve it??

rgds

Try running the source code of the output HTML through a validator. I think that problem is caused when the menu script can't properly parse the document. (for me it tends to manifest itself in IE6 particularly).
Validated just fine when not in Microsoft Outlook webaccess (wrapper). But as soon as I click that link the menu's start disappearing... and won't come back until you shut down the browser then come back in. By the way I'm using IE7 which is supposed to have png fix native. Please help me fix this!!!
I had this problem too, and it took me quite a while to fix it.
Because I can't find the solution anywhere I'm posting it here.

Problem summary: when having some arbitrary content as a [youtube] player in your article, the transparency of the dropdown menu isn't working right. It shows a white background, and won't display the grey background unless you restart the browser.

Solution: go to the file templates/ja_purity/ja_menus/ja_cssmenu/ja-sosdmenu.css and change from line 117 (where #ja-cssmenu li ul starts).
Change

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border: 1px solid #555555;
background: url(../../images/opaque.png) 
to

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border: 1px solid #555555;
background-color: #555555;
filter:alpha(opacity=90);
opacity:0.9;
The transperency effect is gone, but at least it is working now.
Hope this post can save somebody some time.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by Quads » Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:27 pm

tommylogic wrote:
rubras wrote:Hi
very nice template.

How do i make the right side wider? i have been looking to the posts to see any idea, but no lucky
can someone please, tell me step by step how to do it

thanks
I presume you are talking about the modules on the right side of the page.
Those are controlled by the CSS located in:

--> templates--> ja_purity--> css--> template.css

Open template.css in any external editor (notepad.exe works fine)
In that file scroll down to where you see this:

.........#ja-col2 {
..............float: right;
..............width: 20%;
..............overflow: hidden;
}

The width is controlled by the width: 20%;
--> Set 20% to whaever value you prefer.
--> Save the changes to the file and upload to your site (be sure to save it in the correct folder)
--> Test your settings and make changes as needed

NOTE: It seems I saw a question about the left column from someone else.. same thing there only it is controlled by the width in #ja-col1.

Hope this helps--> Best of Luck,
Tommy Logic | Total Web Solutions
Is it just me, or is there something I'm missing / doing wrong? (either would be entirely possible)
Any change I make to the value for the left column have no effect on the template layout.
I'm simply trying to get it down to about 15% or so, however changing that value does nothing for me.

Am I missing something else that needs changing?

TIA-

~Q

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by pyrorain » Sat Mar 22, 2008 9:31 am

I have the following problem witht his template
can anyone tell me how to fix it? problem in IE only.
i use two columns for my front page and the articles look very close together

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by rexkramer » Sat Mar 22, 2008 5:34 pm

pyrorain wrote:I have the following problem witht his template
can anyone tell me how to fix it? problem in IE only.
i use two columns for my front page and the articles look very close together

check attachment
my first guess...
please check your template.css file for:

.column_separator

.article_column

in the purity demo the column_separator has a padding property... experiment with additional padding-left and padding-right values. Maybe IE does not like the padding only?! Maybe an extra "margin" property would help, too. I recently had a similar collapsing-error with a page navigation... in that case it worked for me.
BTW, I am not a CSS-guru and I can´t test this right now, currently workung on a MAC ;-)


EDIT:
visited your domain http://cadereyta.net/
The layout should be the same in any browser,
cause i can´t find ANY of the two mentioned css-classes in your table blog-layout ?! Are you using the Joomla 1.0x version? How did you build the first page, or better: which joomla display option did you choose?

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by pyrorain » Sun Mar 23, 2008 8:19 am

oh tehy are thee, i changed the padding but nothing helped

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table.blog {
}

.article_separator {
	clear: both;
	display: block;
	height: 20px;
}

.article_column {
}

.column_separator {
	padding: 0 25px;
}

/* content tables */
td.sectiontableheader {
  padding: 4px;
  border-right: 1px solid #fff;
}

tr.sectiontableentry0 td,
tr.sectiontableentry1 td,
tr.sectiontableentry2 td {
  padding: 4px;
}

td.sectiontableentry0,
td.sectiontableentry1,
td.sectiontableentry2 {
  padding: 3px;
}

table.contentpane {
	border: none;
	width: 100%;

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by mejean » Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:33 pm

Hello,

I use JA Purity template, the component of comments (JoomlaComments) takes place to the right of the mainbody under the right column. See at http://www.cardabelle.net.
Jérôme Bussière - simple utilisateur
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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by conductorchris1 » Sun Mar 23, 2008 9:14 pm

I think I'm running into a similar problem as quads. I'm trying to change the background color for the main body and the left hand column and nothing I do in the CSS sheet has any effect. I've searched and searched for something else that might be at play, but I'm stumped.

There's an option to control the background color from the template parameters in the admin back-end. Those options don't work for me (site needs to be green, since it's serving Vermont). I wonder if this is what's getting in the way? But I haven't located how that impacts the CSS. If I did, perhaps my problem would solved?

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by Quads » Sun Mar 23, 2008 9:27 pm

conductorchris1 wrote:I think I'm running into a similar problem as quads. I'm trying to change the background color for the main body and the left hand column and nothing I do in the CSS sheet has any effect. I've searched and searched for something else that might be at play, but I'm stumped.

There's an option to control the background color from the template parameters in the admin back-end. Those options don't work for me (site needs to be green, since it's serving Vermont). I wonder if this is what's getting in the way? But I haven't located how that impacts the CSS. If I did, perhaps my problem would solved?
Changing the color should be a snap.
Make sure the params.ini file is writable (ftp, set permissions to 666) and the drop down in the template color config should work fine.

I'm still stumbling around with the width of the left side column. I for the life of me can't change it with the instructions mentioned here.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity] | missing CSS classes

Post by rexkramer » Sun Mar 23, 2008 10:30 pm

pyrorain wrote:oh tehy are thee, i changed the padding but nothing helped

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.article_column {
}
.column_separator {
	padding: 0 25px;
}
They are in your CSS file...
BUT they are NOT in your page's sourcecode !?!
So, any change in the CSS is worthless. Please have a look into the generated sourcecode. I highly recommend FireFox with FireBUG, Xray and Webdeveloper Extension!

I wonder, how did you achieve the display of your Frontpage? How did you configure your first Menu-Item?
Really strange.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by conductorchris1 » Sun Mar 23, 2008 10:39 pm

Yea, it seems like it should be a snap, but it isn't. To me.

Tommylogic wrote:
For those looking to make sitewide changes in appearance, most of them can be done by examining the files in the "../styles/" folder... look at the folders "background, elements, header" to make most of those changes.

So I went into the styles folder (which is in templates/ja_purity/) and created a new folder in "background" folder, copying in the contents of one of the other background styles. It showed up as a new entry in the template background drop down menu. Good, I thought. So I went to work modifying the css file. But as before, none of those changes made any effect at all. Interestingly, changes I made in the css file of the heading folder in the syles folder DID have an effect. Hmmm.

Thank you (both) for your help!

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by conductorchris1 » Sun Mar 23, 2008 10:48 pm

Oh!, OK, I'm seeing now that there are some styles here made out of graphics. I gotta delete the graphics, or change them in firefox.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by schomburgr » Tue Mar 25, 2008 3:23 am

Hi Everyone:

I think I have gone through this forum at least 3 times now as a newbie to both Joomla and the JA_Purity template. Still working on the site but would appreciate any feedback. You can view the site at http://www.thearrowheaddistrict.org.

The one question i do have outstanding that I don't know if this is the proper forumn or not. On the NewsFlash when going into the page a lot of times for the first time it displays all of the Newsflashes one after the other without the module wrapper around it. If i refresh the page it goes away. Anyone know what might be causing that...

Feedback appreciated. Thx

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by sahara » Tue Mar 25, 2008 3:44 pm

I can't answer anything about your problem. But, I like what you have done to your site. The color combination looks great.

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Re: Template Contest Entry - [JA Purity]

Post by mitcham » Wed Mar 26, 2008 10:49 am

Still working on the site but would appreciate any feedback. You can view the site at http://www.thearrowheaddistrict.org.
All I can say is -- Wow! I was looking for a BSA template this morning and came across your site quite by accident. I looked all over the place for a way to contact you to find out more about your template, but couldn't find anything. (Suggestion: Put something in 'Contacts' or elsewhere on the site for a way to contact the Webmaster). Eventually, I looked at the site source and saw reference to ja_purity and eventually wound up here.

I really do like the simplicity of the layout, and the colors are awesome. Any chance I can get together with you to discuss what you've done for the site? I tried to PM you but this board won't permit me to (requires a minimum of 5 posts). So perhaps you could email me instead? (mailto: Andrew at mitcham dot org)

Thanks!

-Andrew

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Changing the horizontal menu

Post by alwin » Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:41 pm

Hi Experts,

Is there a way to show a different horizonal menue depending on a choice in the left menue?

For example:
http://www.imsonline.nl/site/index.php? ... &Itemid=84

When you click on 'Nederlands' the blue horizontal menu changes.
But I did this through a not very elegant modification in ja_vars.php.

Is there a more simple way?


Thanks
Alwin


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