It’s time for the next version of our framework – Meet Gavern v.1.3. The newest version contains mostly new options such as: login pop-up, sidebar options override, variable-based font sizes, and corrections submitted by our users on our official GitHub repository.
One of the templates released after Joomla! 3.2 edition will introduce the Gavern Framework v.4.0 version. The fourth generation of our framework brings several changes in and better unification between Joomla! 2.x and 3.x templates.
Hot on the heels of the recent release of Joomla! 3.1, we bring to you an exciting Meet Gavern update. This latest version (1.2) contains many new features. The first enhancement is a brand new Layout Manager. This special template block manager enables you to achieve flexible template layouts based upon whether the device is a tablet, mobile and desktop. In short, this new field allows you to customize the layout in every mode and to choose completely different module positions, which was not possible previously.
We are happy to announce the release of the latest version – 3.8/2.15 – of our tremendously useful Gavern Framework. This version includes several fixes for particular templates, but also few new features. Note that all of our templates have been updated to Joomla 2.5.9/3.0.2 and support version 2.6.5 of K2, the latest release available at this time.
One of the greatest challenges while creating Gavern Framework was to prepare improved support for mobile devices. There are some positive changes on a few fields.
In “Advanced Settings” tab, we will find options not only connected with template settings but also with Gavern Framework – a comfortable tool to create templates for Joomla! 1.6.
While creating Gavern Framework, we have used our experiences from creating templates based on T3 Framework and from common problems which faced our customers. Gavern Framework is the combination of our templates best solutions, the same as, our ideas which solve a lot of problems occurred. It is also worth mentioning, that we have paid attention to functionalities, which seemed to be omitted for a long time, needed while creating up to the modern websites.