joomla (was Re: [TriLUG] apologies to bill gates :-))
jim at neuse.net
Mon Mar 26 11:42:41 EDT 2007
Better yet, if you or anyone else is so inclined to make it happen, shoot me
a price for services rendered. Otherwise, I might think about it another
year and never do anything about it. I don't mind advertising for Joomla
since I'm using their software. No urgency.
I'm slam, though, and just started up my second largest account in my ten
year history this month and manage 7 employees.
Jim Ray, President
Neuse River Networks
tel: 919-838-1672 cell: 919-606-1772
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: trilug-bounces at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-bounces at trilug.org] On
Behalf Of Robert
> Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 9:40 AM
> To: Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list
> Subject: joomla (was Re: [TriLUG] apologies to bill gates :-))
> On 3/25/07, Jim Ray <jim at neuse.net> wrote:
> > I hate it when that happens.
> > How do you customize it to remove Joomla logos? Me thinks they've got
> > ability to create a site template. I haven't tried...yet.
> I'm starting out with joomla myself. It seems there are basically two
> ways to configure a template.
> 1. If the template is already installed, you can upload your images to
> the media manager and edit the template's CSS to point to those
> images. You may also need to edit the HTML if there happen to be
> harcoded img links in there (as there is atleast one in the default
> joomla theme - rhuk_solarflare_ii).
> 2. If you have the template locally, you can of course edit the CSS,
> HTML, and add your images right there. Then tar.gz it and upload your
> site as one package.
> Personally, I like option #2 since you can use your favorite editor to
> change code, switchover your site all at once, and version control
> your template changes.
> I don't know if you can download installed templates, but you can
> download the default joomla template from
> Robert Dale
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