eWorld - May 2007 Joomla Template
We are very excited to release our first template!
eWorld was designed to be used on many types of websites. This template was designed to include web 2.0 characteristics. Its multiple,
vibrant color options, easy to read headings and more give it a web 2.0
feel while its crisp design gives it the ability to be used on
virtually any type of website you can think of!
Great features - all 15 module positions are fully collapsible, it comes with
multiple color variations that are easily configured, font size changers, ability to set fixed of fluid page widths, nd much more!
Note: Joomla 1.0+ and 1.5 Versions available
- 100% tableless CSS
- Validates with XHTML and CSS
- Joomla 1.0+ compatible
- Joomla 1.5 compatible
- 15 module positions
- PSDs included
- Several typography options available, see template demo for more info
- Fully collapsible module positions
- Dynamic font resizers
- 2 available width sizes: fluid and fixed
- Width/font adjusters and search bar can be hidden
- 6 color options available
- PNG fixer included
- Image reflection included, easy to implement with class="reflect"
- Options easily configured via the "edit html" option in the Joomla administration
- Compatible with the following browsers:
- Firefox 1.5+
- Opera 9+
8. Main content
Color Variations Available:
Top Style Menu:
This is the horizontal menu located at the top right of the page in the demo , create a “Flat List” menu module, and set the module class suffix to "-nav"
User7 Style Menu:
This is the horizontal menu located at the bottom of the page in the demo , create a â€śFlat Listâ€ť menu module, and set the module class suffix to "-bottom"
You can easily configure this template with the below options. Once you have installed this template login to the administration of your Joomla site. In the admin navigate to your Joomla templates from the top menu: Site > Template Manager > Site Templates. Select eWorld and then click "Edit HTML". You will then see something similar to the following:
// Template Configuration
$s5_color = "yellow"; // yellow, blue, red, green, gray, dark
$s5_selectors = "yes"; // Yes = Show | No = Hide
$s5_font_selector = "yes"; // Yes = Show | No = Hide
$s5_width_selector = "yes"; // Yes = Show | No = Hide
$s5_show_search = "yes"; // Yes = Show | No = Hide
$s5_default_width = "user choose"; // fixed | fluid | user choose
$s5_png_fixer = "yes"; // yes = use | no = do not use
You can hide the width selectors, font resizers and search by changing their option to "No"
Setting the default width for your template by choosing either "fixed" or "fluid" does not allow a user to change the widths via the buttons on the template, setting the default width does allow a user to change the width.
You have the option to turn off the png fixer. This fix was included to enable transparent images in Internet Explorer 6. By default it is on, but you do not have to use it.
If you still aren't sure or have any more questions don't hesitate to ask on the forum.