If you want to use the “Full Width” option for a Joomla! module without keeping space around (up – down – left – right) – you have to use additional suffix (class) or override default Gavick template style, but second method would be more practical especially if you want to use for whole site. Both… Continue reading →
Tag archive: CSS
Color and background images are useful for both the design and the organization of a Web page. Gavick templates allows you to modify almost all aspects of visualization, for example with background customization – you may change a selected element or all page background images/colors. Note that some color settings can be made via Template… Continue reading →
Joomla’s templates generally have the same background style (image/color) for each and every page. By applying additional extensions to a specific page (various menu item) the background can be styled individually from the others, increasing the variety of your design without resorting to using multiple template styles.
A theme’s CSS code is divided amongst a series of files loaded in a specified order. All of these files are found in the catalog css. The order of these files is very important; any alteration may cause unpredictable changes to the theme’s look as a result of switching from general styling to detailed styling… Continue reading →