Each of us have a vision of ideal web page, the concept for customization of chosen GK template. You need some CSS knowledge and know where to add Custom CSS into template to make those changes. Choosing effective, appropriate, and harmonic colors contributes quite a bit to the overall success of your Joomla! page. In… Continue reading →
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On occasion you might like to take a nice JomSocial theme from, for example, (M)Social, and use it in another Gavick template. How do you do this? This short, simple guide will show you: First step You have to copy some folders and files but the process also requires a small bit of php customization.… Continue reading →
If you’re building websites for clients you’ll probably also want to customize the back-end of the Joomla administration panel. In most cases you could just change a few lines of styles in the Bluestork or Isis template – but this solution has one general drawback; after Joomla updates you can lose everything you’ve previously made.… Continue reading →
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 →
Some changes can be made via template configuration (info) but some not. So you will probably ask: How can I change the space between elements (paddings & margins), font size or capitalization of article titles in GK template(s) – these are a common questions during template customization, sometimes asked by your client. To answer them,… Continue reading →
News Show Pro GK5 is the next generation of our best module for presenting articles in both Joomla! 2.5 and Joomla! 3.x. Huge amount of options and possibilities of formatting causes NSP GK5 is a complex tool in making www pages content attractive. Module is appropriate while preparing simple structures with an individual article, the… Continue reading →
We all know that sometimes your clients expect typical icons instead of “modern” text links for print and email icons in article views like it was in the default joomla templates – that’s why we’ve prepared this short but useful guide.
Fest Joomla template has been prepared primarily for websites for cultural events. Header section has been made using only styled text with nice guitar image, which can be replaced easily.