Occasionally following installation of a Joomla Quickstart package or with our other tools is that links to articles do not work. This issue is strictly related to the way in which Joomla generates article paths and the fact that all GavickPro tools use the Joomla API to generate article links. To correct this issue, articles… Continue reading →
Tag archive: Joomla! 1.5
Using the Joomla template quickstart package to match the layout of the demo version at demo.gavick.com
In order to achieve a look similar to the demo version of a template available at demo.gavick.com, a Quickstart package has to be installed.
In all projects created by GavickPro, we always provide complete and swift installation version – the Quickstart, equal to the one presented in our demo page template.
In the case of our extensions installation, it has to be remembered that styles built in them may require CSS styling correction in CSS code of a template given. Of course our templates has built in styles for modules so in this case this problem does not occur. All our extensions are based on MooTools… Continue reading →
While creating a website, a few issues have to be remembered in order to make it efficient and proper loading time. Joomla! is specific environment that the multitude of extensions available cause that users forget about consequences of adding more functionalities to their websites.
To fully maximize the potential you can get out of a GavickPro template, it is important to first read the template’s configuration manual. It is also important to inspect the four key pages located in each template we produce (these are also components of the demo content):
Our templates based upon the T3 framework include nearly identical options. These configuration options are divided into six (6) groups and an Updates tab.
GK Register is a simple module included with certain templates you may purchase from GavickPro. It is used to display a registration form within a module.
As with the GK JomSocial Stats module, GK JomSocial Members is used with templates designed to work with the popular JomSocial community-building component for Joomla. This module is used to present brief information from user profiles. It looks as follows:
The GK JomSocial Stats module accompanies templates which support the JomSocial component. It allows basic JomSocial user information to be displayed, including: recent website activity total number of users breakdown of users per gender The module can also be set to display a link to the last created group (using the small breadcrumbs option) and… Continue reading →
Stock GK 1 is a simple module used to present stock exchange listings. Its functionality is based upon the Google Finance API. The companies and names to be displayed on a chart are defined in the module settings. As it uses an external data source, the cURL library must be installed on the server. It… Continue reading →
Weather GK 1 is simple and elegant module for presenting information about weather conditions and the forecast for a particular region. Icons representing day and night are displayed based on the location indicated. As this module utilizes the Google Weather API the cURL library must be installed on the server. It is important to set… Continue reading →
This easy-to-use module is used to create an animated rotator with headers and shortcuts to articles. It is an extremely useful extension for information websites. Configuration options are used to specify a number of parameters and to choose from the available module interface styles. Detailed information about this component may be found in the Help… Continue reading →
The Tabs Manager component is used to create and manage groups for the GK Tabs module. It is possible to embed the following types of content in tabs: modules articles XHTML code We advise using the built-in module positions in our templates with the following names: tab1, tab2, tab3, etc. As these positions do not… Continue reading →
Photoslide GK3 is a component for creating and managing groups of slides for the Image Show module. Detailed information about this component may be found in the Help File at the component download page. Image Show has three basic and universal styles. Additionally, every template for Joomla 1.5 has an individual Image Show module style.… Continue reading →
The News Show Pro module establishes a Web page’s structure and content layout. It’s extended properties may be used to create a simple image gallery based upon article images. News Show Pro GK4 supports the following extensions: K2 – it is fully compatible regarding the presentation of articles and allows articles to be chosen based… Continue reading →
Some questions are common and they appear quite often. Therefore, we would like to describe some typical problems which appear quite often after template’s installation or a Quickstart package. White blank page after Quickstart package/ template’s installation If a blank white page appear, in 99% cases it is caused by an error from PHP side… Continue reading →
rest_files package includes additional supplies and extensions strictly connected with a particular template. Below, there is a typical rest_files catalog structure. It is common for templates for Joomla! 1.5 and Joomla! 1.7/2.5 but if a template given does not include elements connected with a catalog given, then this catalog is not included in rest_files catalog.… Continue reading →
Our templates for Joomla 1.5 are based upon the T3 framework and they include many custom modifications. Each GavickPro template based on this framework includes support for the following Joomla extensions: News Show Pro GK4 module, K2 component, JComments component Additionally, depending on template’s theme or content type, the following extensions are used: Photoslide GK3… Continue reading →
GavickPro makes the following extensions available for Joomla 1.5: PhotoSlide GK3 – a component used to create a slide display for articles used with the Image Show GK1 module. Tabs Manager GK3 – a component used to create groups of tabs for use with the GK Tab module. Content of articles, modules, or XHTML may… Continue reading →