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Okay - here it is. This site uses outdated Joomla and outdated T3v3 framework. T3v3 holds its overrides inside the T3 system plugin. I had long time to use a T3 template and I didn't see this right away. Full path: plugins/system/jat3v3/t3v3base/html/ But, even this way, I would expect that any custom override inside the template should take ...


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Please do not confuse USING, CONFIGURING and STYLING 3rd party extension! Nothing (and certainly not a template) is preventing you to USE JPro Final Countdown module, if you have installed it correctly and assigned it to correct template position and menu item(s). You can also CONFIGURE it as per varous available parameters in module's configuration back ...


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With T3 Mega Menu you can include a module as a menu item as follows: go to Extensions -> Templates and edit your T3 template click on the "Megamenu" button select your Main Menu or similar click on the menu item under which you wish to add the module set "Submenu" to "On" if it's not already on click in the box that appears select an appropriate module ...


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I have encountered this type of problem with framework based templates (gantry, T3, warp, etc ..). For example, you can modify: /plugins/system/t3/base-bs3/html/com_content/category/blog.php or any of the files in : /plugins/system/t3/base-bs3/html/com_content/category Main drawback : be careful when you update T3 framework plugin.


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You need to do the settings in either TinyMCE or JCE based upon which one you are using (set in Global Configuration or overrided in your user account). In JCE, the setting is in Editor Profiles->Default->Typography-> Container Element & Enter Key:


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I can't tell you exactly what file this comes from, since the Purity iii demo seems to compress and combine the CSS files, but the shadow class has the following CSS: @media (min-width: 768px) { .pricing-table .col.shadow { box-shadow: 0 0 0 5px rgba(0,0,0,0.2); } } It's not recommended to edit the existing CSS files (Template files, Bootstrap, ...


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First add your new position in /templates/purity_iii/templateDetails.xml, inside the positions block: <positions> <position>new-position</position> </position> Now add your position in one of this two options: /templates/purity_iii/tpls/corporate.php /templates/purity_iii/tpls/blocks/header.php For the second option add this ...


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T3 should be loading the custom.css file last. As a work around, try EasyScript which is free and which I have used successfully for this purpose. An important advantage of using EasyScript or similar over a core hack is that your changes will survive future updates.


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Hello Haris and welcome to JSE. The biggest problem you are going to have if you modify any of the template files in order to change the load order is that updating your template in the future will revert your changes. A easy way to accomplish this would be to add a style declaration before the page finishes loading. Save your custom CSS file to the root of ...


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To change the background you want: If you haven't already, create empty file custom.css in folder /templates/purity_iii/css/ then add to it following selector and adjust it to your liking: .row-feature.row-feature-primary { background: url('your_image_path') no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent; } Regarding that YouTube video: You are already looking at ...


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I have had the same problem and managed to fix it. Goto template managerand click the mengamenu link. When it loads your menu, click the menu that has the issue so it shows the duplicates. Then, turn OFF, submenu under Item Configuration. Turn it ON and it should be fixed. If that does not work, turn it OFF, then save before turning it back on. Doing this ...


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I recognise the silence when no one responds to your critical question! (In my experience it usually means that I'm the one at fault rather than the software but no one will point that out..). This sounds like a good usage case for the "Rebuild" action in the menu manager if you haven't already used it. Failing that and given that migration route you've ...


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at the instant the sticky event occurs, the navbar is removed from the page content and affixed at page top. If the navbar is 50px high, suddenly removing it from page content will cause the remainder of the page content to jump up 50px. The solution is to wrap the navbar in a 50px container div, and exclude the new container div from the affix call. At ...


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Using Firebug or similar, you can see that the background image is implemented via CSS: .tp-breadcrumb { background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0) url("/runway/templates/tp_runway/images/themeparrot/stars.png") repeat scroll 90% center; } You could replace the image file via FTP or similar or override the CSS as per this answer to "How do I override the CSS styles ...


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If you are using a custom template framework you might need to define the template for each language - this is common in templates powered by huge overweight PHP frameworks like Gantry or T3.


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One way could be to use the jch_optimize plugin, that provides this kind of functionality: combine, compress, minimize javascript and css, set defer or async for javascript files that exist on a site. There are both a free and a commercial version and you can compare their features here: https://www.jch-optimize.net/downloads.html


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I think you are looking for a way to install one extension in several sites, and streamline some customization. This plugin or module would be only for you to show fixed content under certain specific conditions: site-1 -> images/pictureXY.jpg site-2 -> Hello there It is certainly possible, but you have to create it to hardcode the customizations ...


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I went through the changelog on Github and cannot find any references to bug fixes for the extension manager, therefore I don't think it's a big with the extension manager itself. I believe at the time, it was due to an issue with their update XML file. Either an incorrect download URL or target platform. What I'd suggest doing is downloading version 2.4.8(...


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It is very odd indeed. I think the problem comes from the creator. Then, there is nothing else we can do from downstream. To solve it, just manually download and update it from T3 for Joomla!. At the end of the downloads list, you can find T3 Framework plugin.


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It is not K2, T3 or sh404 sef problem. It is Joomla bug. limit is missing from url's T3, and K2 are only overriding default JPagination methods and _buildDataObject method in JPagination class is missing the &limit=$this->limit. sh404sef is trying to fix it but T3 or K2 override fire before sh404 sef here is fix for J3x _buildDataObject /** * ...


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This is indeed a T3 bug! It doesn't generate right urls for the K2 category's pagination. To fix this, please follow this simple guide: Go to plugins/system/t3/includes/joomla30 Edit the pagination.php file Go to line 688 and change it to: $data->start->link = JRoute::_($params . '&' . $this->prefix . 'limitstart=0&limit='.$this->limit);...


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