Monday, 18 October 2010 19:42

Not sure how to install your new template. Read more to find out how.

(**you must have Joomla! installed to use a Joomlashack template)

Read more: Installation



Monday, 18 October 2010 19:43

The parameters for the Schema template are pretty self explanatory and shouldn't be too confusing. We want to give you a few options to help customize your user experience.

Read more: Parameters


Module Positions

Monday, 18 October 2010 19:43

Finding module position on any Joomla site is easy. Simply go to you address bar and type ?tp=1 at the end of your sites url. An example would be The before mentioned link will show you the different module positions for the Ascension template. For more information on the module positions in the Ascension template please continue reading.

Read more: Module Positions


Module Styles

Monday, 18 October 2010 19:44

Module styles add a module class suffix to the module in the html. You can quickly change the look of a module by adding a module class suffix to any modules on your Joomla website. The ten module class suffix you can choose from are -blue, -green, -yellow, -orange, -red, -brown, -cyan, -pink, -purple, -olive. Each of these gives the module a different look and feel.

Read more: Module Styles


Custom Module Chrome

Monday, 18 October 2010 19:44

The Schema template comes with it's own custom module chrome. Essentially this means you will not have to use tables or modify CSS styles to get the modules to fit correctly in certain parts of the template. This means your site will run faster and be more compliant of web standards.

Read more: Custom Module Chrome



Monday, 18 October 2010 19:45

This is an example of the several different styles that this template uses.

Click read more to view the examples.

Read more: Typography