Mark Documentation

Introduction

This document covers the installation and use of this template and often reveals answers to common problems and issues – we encourage you to read this document thoroughly if you need an in-depth guide on how to use the template. If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this document, feel free to ask via ticket support system: Ticket System
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Venture Documentation

Introduction

This document covers the installation and use of this template and often reveals answers to common problems and issues – I encourage you to read this document thoroughly if you need an in-depth guide on how to use the template.

If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this document, feel free to post them in the dedicated JoomLead’ support system at: JoomLead Ticket System

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Blank documentation

Introduction

This document covers the installation and use of this template and often reveals answers to common problems and issues – I encourage you to read this document thoroughly if you need an in-depth guide on how to use the template.

If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this document, feel free to post them in the dedicated JoomLead’ support system at: JoomLead Ticket System

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Simpli Documentation

Introduction

This document covers the installation and use of this template and often reveals answers to common problems and issues – we encourage you to read this document thoroughly if you need an in-depth guide on how to use the template. If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this document, feel free to ask via ticket support system: Ticket System
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Hiding Joomla article so only modules are visible

In this tutorial, we will show you how to disable the Joomla article so you can show modules only. You dont need to edit or custom css code for this simple task, simply create a layout profile, hiding system output and assign the layout for the menu item which you want to hide the article. Unlike other tutorial, with Warp you can completely remove the content, not just hiding the Joomla article by using css code. Please note this tutorial for Joomla Templates based on Warp 7 framework only.
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How to update Warp 7 framework

In this tutorial, I will show you how to update a theme based on the Warp 7 framework without uninstalling and reinstalling the theme.

Warp 7 Framework Latest: 7.3.33


    7.3.33
    + Added Woocommerce 3.x gallery support (WordPress)

    7.3.32
    # Fixed thumbnail view for Woocommerce 2.7
    # Fixed encoding html in menu title (WP)
    # Fixed enqueue scripts before widgets loaded (WP)

    7.3.31
    # Fixed language directory name 'ro-RO' (J)
    # Fixed woocommerce style (WP)
    # Fixed font selection in customizer
    # Updated search results truncation (WP)

7.3.30
    # Fixed PHP 5.3 compatibility (WP)

7.3.29
    ^ Updated UIkit to 2.27.2
    # Fixed color picker in customizer
    # Fixed font import in customizer + copy style
    # Fixed widget assignment on woocommerce categories/tags (WP)
    # Fixed breadcrumbs + sidebar widget (WP)

  7.3.28
    + Added filter for warp ajax search (WP)
    ^ Updated language files (J)
    # Fixed frontpage posts pagination (WP)
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How to enable sticky menu feature

How to enable sticky menu feature for joomla template

Login joomla back-end -> Extensions-> Templates -> select JoomLead template

Tab Options, you need to select the layout profile to enable the sticky menu feature, for example: I want to enable the sticky menu feature for homepage only, so I will select the frontpage layout profile

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Shortcode Ultimate documentation

Shortcode Ultimate is a very powerful plugin for creating shortcode for joomla 3.3, it’s based on wordpress shortcode ultimate plugin. it’s included 73+ essential shortcode which help you to easily manage your joomla website.

You can download the offical shortcode ultimate documentation here

Using shortcode ultimate with Joomla

About shortcode ultimate

Shortcode Ultimate is a very powerful plugin for creating shortcode for joomla 3.3, it’s based on wordpress shortcode ultimate plugin. it’s included 73+ essential shortcode which help you to easily manage your joomla website.

You can insert shortcode ultimate for Joomla Article, Custom HTML module or K2 item

Using Shortcode Ultimate with Joomla Article

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SP pagebuilder documentation

SP pagebuilder developed by JoomShaper guys. SP Page Builder is a most flexible Drag & Drop page builder For Joomla 3.x. You can create any layout you want, instead of template that lock you into pre-created layouts. It can be used for constructing unique-looking Pages. It can be used wit any template, free or commercial. It allows you to easily add created page(s) in menu and display with useful and cool effects inside. Whether you’re a beginner, web designer or developer building commercial sites for clients or a business owner managing and maintaining your own website. SP Builder’s flexibility and functionality means one thing: web content design made easy. Take full control over your Joomla! 3.4+ site with SP page builder extension.

The offical documentation can be found here

Template Customization

Customization

Find out how to add your own customizations and learn more about file hierarchy in Warp.

To provide as much flexibility as possible, Warp applies a special file cascade. If you include any file like CSS, JS or template PHP files, Warp looks successively in specific folders for the files and the first file found will be loaded. This gives you full flexibility to override any important theme related file.

We will explain the override cascade a bit further. If you just want to know, how to override theme files, jump down to the appropriate examples.

Override cascade

As an example, this is what the override hierarchy for the /layouts folder would look like.

1. Styles folder

The /styles/STYLE-NAME/layouts folder of your theme is at the top of the hierarchy and modifications or additions you make here will override all other theme files. Also this folder will be preserved during updates, so it’s the safest place to make your modifications.

2. Theme folder

The theme’s /layouts folder is the place where all the theme specific layout files are being stored.

3. Systems folder

The /warp/systems/joomla/layouts folder provides the individual system implementation needed to integrate with a particular CMS. This layer makes Warp adapt to a certain system to form a consistent API for theme development.

4. Warp folder

The /warp/layouts folder contains basic overrides made by the core framework. Each part of the core framework is universal and designed to work on every supported system.

The cascades for the /js, /css and /layouts folders are defined in the theme’s config.php. If you want to register another folder in the cascade, you can do so here.

Layout overrides

To customize the general theme layout, you need to override the /layouts/theme.php. To do so, create the /styles/STYLE-NAME/layouts directory, copy the file in there and start adding your own PHP code.

This way you can also override system files. For example, just take the Joomla article layout /warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_content/article/default.php and copy it to your style folder /styles/STYLE-NAME/layouts/com_content/article/default.php and modify it. Now your modified article layout file will be used instead of the default system layout. The same applies for WordPress files.

Add your own CSS

There are several ways of adding your own custom CSS to a Warp theme. You can use the Customizer to change most aspects of the theme without having to write any CSS. Keep in mind that your style will only be shown in the Customizer, if there is a style.less file inside the style’s folder. When you use the Customizer, changes will be saved in the style.less file. Together with the theme LESS files it will be compiled into the /css/theme.css file and override any customizations you may have done.

Add custom CSS

You can use the Customizer and also add your own CSS by creating a custom.css file inside the /css folder for the related style. That way your CSS won’t be overwritten when you save changes in the Customizer.

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