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Easily? You can use a 3rd party extension. One I am aware of, is the Modals by Nonumber. Then you can insert the modals tags into your Menu Item title.


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This can be for one of this possible reasons: Your template uses some framework, like T3 or Helix, and you have enabled a feature that allows you to compile the code every time the page is reloaded. Solution 1: Check if you have this option enabled in Templates > Your Template Solution 2: Some template frameworks allows you to add another css file called ...


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If you want to customize the page, you can override the "New Article" view of the Content component (com_content). Here is a article about overriding templates in Joomla, and it works for both backend and frontend: Understanding Output Overrides Using the override feature, you dont need to install a new template for the entire backend, you change the ...


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You will firstly need to create a custom.scss file is it doesn't exist. For more information on this, have a look at the Gantry 5 documentation: http://docs.gantry.org/gantry5/tutorials/adding-a-custom-style-sheet Once you have you custom SCSS file, apply your changes and it will automatically be recompiled.


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You didn't specified if this is happening during saving or right after it, or if your custom.css rules remain untouched until you perform an update to Joomla or your template. If you fall into the first case, I don't have an answer at hands right now. But for the the second case what you see happening is absolutely normal. Golden Rule: Never, ever modify ...


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You can add custom button by working on event onAfterRender() and add your html/js code in the content. Below is a sample code snippet you can add your code in this one. function onAfterRender() { $option = Jfactory::getApplication()->input->get('option', ''); if($option != 'com_config'){ return true; } ...


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You've gone about this in completely the wrong way. There is no need to import the Joomla API for a file that is going to be used for styling. All your styling that is based on parameters should go into the default.php file and will be 10x easier to maintain. In this file, you can make full use of Joomla's addStyleDeclaration() function. So step 1, ...


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Add   to the beginning of the Menu Title.


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