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When you are in a inner page you have to be sure that that menu item has an association in the other language. Otherwise you'll go to home page.


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Based on the template demo and , I put together a quick solution using jQuery and CSS, but if your template has been customized, this might not work as expected: CSS .fixedMenu { position: fixed; top: 0; z-index: 10; width: 100%; } jQuery jQuery(window).bind('scroll', function () { if (jQuery(window).scrollTop() > 90) { ...


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You could add some custom CSS like this or similar: .page-class .page-header h1::before { font-family: FontAwesome; content: "\f095"; } Use a page class to target a specific page. You can find a list of icons and their codes at: https://fontawesome.com/cheatsheet


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Having done a quick Google search (hint), I believe the Helix 3 templates supports a fixed/sticky header in the Template Options:


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all the language files of the frontend side template is located in the language folder. for example if you have protostar template : en-GB.tpl_protostar.ini en-GB.tpl_protostar.sys.ini then these two you can find in the root/language folder. If you have duplicated the template folder, please also make a copy of these two files in the same language ...


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First of all update at least to Joomla 2.5.28 and apply the required patches. More info here: https://www.joomla.org/announcements/release-news/5643-joomla-3-4-7.html https://docs.joomla.org/Security_hotfixes_for_Joomla_EOL_versions As for what you want to do, simply disable the logo feature from the template settings, and instead create a Custom HTML ...


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you must choose menu from helix template menu option - not from module manager. Go to administrator Extensions/Templates/your helix template and open Go to menu tab and Select Menu (your main menu) Then go to menu manager and unpublish your menu module


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I managed to do this, thanks to the link from @Lodder. In the Helix3 template layout, I swapped the positions of the left sidebar and main content blocks (drag and drop). Now the layout is like below; - header | - main content | left sidebar | - footer | Then I added a css class to each block as follows; main content pull-right left sidebar pull-...


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The file I had to edit was located at templates/shaper_helix3/features/logo.php (thanks to @Lodder for a point in the right direction!). In this file at around line 56 you will see that start of the logo html code. It's possible to add custom html here. p.s - I initially couldn't see the templates/shaper_helix3/features directory as I was using Netbeans ...


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The Demo Joomla sites are hosted by SiteGround and may have SiteGround dynamic cache enabled by default. You could try temporarily disabling "System - jSGCache" in Extensions -> Plugins if this plugin exists and is enabled.


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Actually figured out a way via CSS. Just type the following code into your Custom CSS field: @media (max-width:1210 px){ .sp-megamenu-parent > li > a { display:none; } #offcanvas-toggler { display: block!important; } } Note that: This makes your megamenu parent disappear, and your offcanvas toggler appear at a screen size of 1210px ...


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Helix3 is based on Bootstrap 4, But all col classes for megamenu have prefix col-sm Think the easiest method is to add custom class name .col5 to your megamenu and split row into 6 columns. Then you can add this CSS: .sp-has-child.col5 .col-sm-2 { -ms-flex-preferred-size: 0; flex-basis: 0; -webkit-box-flex: 1; -ms-flex-positive: 1; flex-grow: 1;...


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I'm not sure why but your website has some duplicated CSS IDs e.g.: id="sppb-addon-1.51206879815E+12" id="section-id-1.51927852025E+12" CSS ID selectors should be unique. Also, CSS selectors should only have hyphens, underscores, letters and numbers. You may need to update the CSS IDs in the page builder and make the corresponding changes in the custom ...


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This is a bug with Helix III framework, Helix author is working on this problem to fix it. Please go to “templates” folder, open your Helix template, find and rename the folder “webfont” to “_webfont”, or just delete it. You can see full guides with images via link.


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I checked your website, you have messed up image urls. Below is the list of images your website is trying to load but failing and adding to the unwanted load time. Recheck your urls and you'll definitely see a increase in response time. http://www.wawi24.net/images/2018/05/15/lieferantenverwaltung.png http://www.wawi24.net/images/2018/05/28/angebote.png ...


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A few things to note: Templates can be assigned per page/menu item. You can have many template styles assigned to different pages We don't know what exactly changes you do on the template and if what you do is right or can be applicable on the front-end pages you are viewing. So in conjunction with the above 2 items and by studying the documentation of your ...


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The .htaccess file is example the same as the one shipped with Joomla, so no changes have been made there. If both the system and page cache are disabled, then it may be a caching related issue. To check if a cached version of the CSS file is being called, open up your browser console, and inspect the <head> element. You should see cache/ in the URL ...


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In your templates CSS file (mostly custom.css) import the google font you want to use like @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans'); More information can be found here https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14676613/how-to-import-google-web-font-in-css-file.


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quick solution- @media (min-width: 1600px) { .offcanvas-menu, #offcanvas-toggler {display:none;} } Just add this to the custom css code.


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You can add new module positions directly from the Template administrator panel: Our main aim was to move possibly a large number of parameters to administrative panel which normally were changed in template code directly. Thanks to this, beginner users, can easily add new module positions and change many settings in administrator panel from ...


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In your imgae, the next position on bottom for your "content" was in "Lower Body". Did you try add your content in "Lower Body Position"?


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That's an interesting problem, because most templates will stack modules just like that, placing the left module at the top, which of course doesn't make sense for rtl languages. This happens because the elements are set to float:left. My guess is that you've sorted your modules in the Joomla module manager in this order: 4444 3333 2222 1111 Try reversing ...


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