Image Show GK4 – a slideshow module for Joomla! (2.5/3.x), using it you can create an attractive slideshow on a site which include various images and article fragments or texts defined by a user. You can enable Random slides order or use manual order. Module is mobile compatible & responsive design (adapts the image to… Continue reading →
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HIGHLIGHTER GK4 – is a simple Joomla! module for making a rotator for article headers. This is ideal solution for News websites to present short informations (for example, the results of football game) from Last Minute. Here are a couple of sample implementations:
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:
Unfortunately not all of our templates have a special, separate module position just for a language switcher and sometimes even if they do you may want to change its position or content to better fit your project needs. If you’re building a multilanguage site with Joomla! 3.3 (2.5), this guide will help you get around… Continue reading →
Based upon the Google Finance API, the Stock GK4 module is used to present real-time information about stock exchange quotes. With this, your website can be configured to display the quotes of up to four (4) companies simultaneously as well as detailed information concerning each of these companies in the form of tooltips: This module’s… Continue reading →
The Weather GK4 module presents real-time weather information from two sources: Google and Yahoo. Here is an example of the module’s information display: Important! Since 1.6 version we have dropped support for Google Weather as a data source because lot of problems caused by feed unavailability. With new version all translations can be made via… Continue reading →
In some Joomla! templates, for example GK News 2 – you may have seen that the module titles are links – to do this we had to create & use a new plugin named GK Module Title Links. This extension adds additional module options for module titles in GavickPRO Templates. So if you want to… Continue reading →
The Tabs GK4 module supersedes the ‘Tabs Manager GK3’ component and the former ‘GK Tabs’ module. This module combines the functionality of its predecessors and allows you to manage tabs directly at the module level. Options Tab – ‘BASIC’ This tab contains a setting to allow automatic setting of a module ID (‘ON’ or ‘OFF’),… Continue reading →
News Show Pro GK4 is a complex module for presenting content. Thanks to extended options, it allows to adjust content look very easily. Basic module settings are in “Basic Settings” tab: Except specifying module suffix and ID, we can specify module width in per cents and define font size to Basic size. The next group… Continue reading →
Since Joomla 3.2 administrators have had a new feature that allows them, on the front-end, to click an ‘edit’ option on any published module after login. So you didn’t have to search in the Module Module or in the layout position map to find which position had a selected module – you just moved the… Continue reading →
Some of our GK templates for Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.3 have a “newsletter” module inside the demo layout, such as Bluap, MusicState and Simplicity, while others don’t have it at all.
You’ll usually want to associate modules with content or website navigation in some way. You might have seen that in a few of our templates (for example GK Game) we have inserted some modules into the menu as objects.
We have created a new module called “GK JomSocial Feed” for the very popular social networking component JomSocial. This fully responsive grid extension for Joomla! allows you to show a profile photo with the current status from JomSocial in a module position. It allows you to implement space-saving blocks on websites and incorporate a variety… Continue reading →
A Joomla! page may consist of a few modules and a component. These modules have certain positions. Module positions are placeholders in a template, regardless of the Joomla! versions. They identify positions within the template and tell the CMS application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The templateDetails.xml file (located… Continue reading →
Joomla! since version 1.5 have feature, I mean plug-in, which allows you to add modules inside of the content area of articles. This plug-in (Content – Load Modules) exists in the default system and is enabled. Extension has its limitations, the Basic Options tab contains only one option, Style. The options in this combo box… Continue reading →
Although Joomla! 3.x comes with 26 built-in modules by default, with new extensions you can add entirely new functionalities to your site with just a few clicks. Thanks to the constantly growing community of Joomla! users and developers, there are literally thousands of extensions, and a large part of them are modules that you can… Continue reading →
The Custom HTML module is a blank canvas that you can use to display content which can you include. This module type is like an empty container designed to hold : HTML4 and HTML5 code, text, images, flash animation, youtube player or a mix of them. You can either copy and paste content into the… Continue reading →
Highlighter GK5 is news rotator for Joomla! which allows to present chosen articles headers in an attractive way, using different effect like fading, scrolling and many more. Thanks to multiple options, users may adjust it to their needs. Additionally, Highlighter GK5 can be integrated with any source of information.
G+ GK4 is a module used to present profile information, to get more recommendations, and to grow your audience on Google+. This module allows visitors to connect directly and to promote your brand on Google+. With the module, data can be displayed in two ways: badge and icon with custom layouts.