we've created a really useful article for our users. The Frontpage Elements explain with every detail the layout, module suffixes and contents.
If you have an existing website and you want to use the same layout as of our Education demo...
We inform our users that Education 2 template merges with Education template. So the product becomes one.
The customers who want to upgrade to the new responsive version of Education template must delete all the previous version from the template ...
while adding and modifying the articles to create the touchmenu, they now dont work as a clickable link. i followed the instructions step by step, but i now have "home" in the menu that doesnt link to anything, it just produces a dropdown &...
I have open a new topic for further points concerning style changes, because it don't make sense to continue in the "Guest book thread"!
Ok...., I have changed the way to define my changes in the following files (var.less...
can you propose a guest book for usage with the soccerlift template.
I try Phoca guestbook but unfortunatelly with some problems, so I think it's a problem between the template and the guestbook compatibility?!
I found again a problem with the Soccerlift template...., you can reproduce it also on your demo side!
Please use the search field on the top and search for example the word "test" and have a look what happen!
what is necessary / how can I change it, that the menu functionality is like in the "master template".
So the sub menu items will be directly shown with a "mouse over" and not after a "mouse click"?
These are the lines I found on the error page.
Notice: Use of undefined constant BONUS_LAYOUT_PATH - assumed 'BONUS_LAYOUT_PATH' in /var/www/u0069276/public_html/http://remont-kvartiru.com/templates/bt_ilgusto/error.php on line 88...
please help me with the following issues from the Soccerlift template:
1. How / where can I disable the style switcher?
2. Is somewhere a detailed documentation / howto available with further information about the usage and the configurat...
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