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My advice to you - avoid this. It's a recipe for many problems. A website owner who wanted this ended up paying us a lot of money just to fix the problems that arose from using this strategy (there were many, many issues). At the end, the website owner reverted back to a "non-ajax" template and never looked back again. Issues included: Many JavaScript ...


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It's because your trick relies on the inline-block property. When you apply inline-block then html whitespace appears as space between those elements, because inline elements have letterspacing. If there is no html whitespace, as in the output of mod_menu, then your inlined blocks won't have that letterspace, and neither will your pseudo-element.


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Yes, there is a better solution... AddFullAjax is nice plugin which connects FullAjax library to Joomla site, and it may work pretty well for simple sites. Demo at http://getsite.org.ua/jdemo/ shows default Joomla 3 under AJAX technology. But... as @itoctopus just mentioned, its far from being easy to implement, and it may simply lead to great hair loss :-( ...


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I've solved this. It's the fact that Joomla menu lists the code in line. i.e. <li>Item</li><li>Item</li><li>Item</li><li>Item</li> instead of <li>Item</li> <li>Item</li> <li>Item</li> <li>Item</li> Well, there goes that idea. Thanks for playing everyone. ...


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You could override the page navigation by creating a template override file in /templates/your_template/html/plg_content_pagenavigation/. Copy the file /plugins/content/pagenavigation/tmpl/default.php to this place and edit as needed. However since the plugin doesn't load the article pictures, you will not have the data available. So the only solution is to ...


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The article pagination is handled by a content plugin called pagenavigation, located in ROOT/plugins/content/pagenavigation. The problem is that although Joomla allows for plugin overrides, most plugins don't support it, including this particular plugin. Either way, the code you have to change is in pagenavigation.php in the aforementioned folder (at aprox. ...


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Your menu will work as long as your template implement the Bootstrap nav component. There are several extensions in JED that already generate the proper structure to show a Bootstrap nav menu. You can implement any of them to check the best practices and build your extension on top.


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You can justify the menu by using Flexboxes. This is a CSS3 property, and browser support is still not excellent, but most modern browsers will handle it well. Add the following CSS code to your site: .gf-menu { display: flex; justify-content: space-around; } .gf-menu li { width: 100%; /* Remove white space between menu items */ } /* Center ...


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I see the issue straight away. The problem being is that you're getting muddled with the ID's, which is understandable as I can imagine you have lots of tabs and content. To narrow it down, you're basically using the same ID in multiple places, meaning there are going to be conflicts. So looking at it from a code perspective, in subtabs within you 3rd tab, ...


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I think you have a couple of options. The notion of a 'duplicate' menu item could means several things - so to answer that bit I'll say - sort of. In the second menu use a menu item alias to point to the first item. The title can be the same as another item, the alias cannot be. Your question seems to say the opposite is true, but you may mean something ...


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To answer directly your 2 questions: Is it possible, if install Joomla as subdomain to have navigation link to point to the homepage or other pages of my domain? Yes Will joomla registered member also have access to Kunena forum? or will they have to register on each? Yes Just keep in mind that the Joomla "sub-site" will look different ...


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From my understanding of what you explained, you were creating a static HTML website, with some static informations, when it's done then the boss asking you to add more dynamic sections/functions such as article and forum discussion. If this is correct, then you have some options : If you don't know how to convert your current HTML website to Joomla, you ...


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Create a new menu called HIDDEN (i.e wont actually be displayed on the site Create a menu item in there to display all the category parents in either list or blog layout. Doesn't matter, just so long as the articles 'tagged' are in a category covered by a menu item. If you just have ONE root category for all items, the one item should be sufficient. Make ...


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