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doukas on Thursday, September 13 2012, 10:30 PM

Modify height and copyright

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Hello. I recently purchase a link free version of Neutrino template. I have 3 questions. What do i have to modify in order to have minimum height eg 900 px? Can i have a logo (image) at the footer instead of the copyright text? Can i place my copyright text below the footer like the free version of Neutrino template (where it is "Joomla Templates by ThemeRepublic.com")? Thank in advance
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  • Replied by zahir on Friday, September 14 2012, 10:21 AM
    Minimum height:
    You can add a min-height value to one of the divs in the template.css file. E.g. if you want the content height to be 900px minimum, then simply add the snippet below to your template.css file:
    #content_wrapper {min-height:900px;}

    If you want to do this on the entire template, then use the following :
    #main {min-height:900px;}

    Footer Logo
    By default the copyright text field only accepts text strings and no html. If you would like to add an image or other html stuff, then you can simply modify the templateDetails.xml entry below to have a form field with a filter="raw" (instead of the current value of filter="string") at the end of the entry.
    <field name="tr_copyright" type="text" default="Copyright © 2001-2099 YourWebsite.com" label="TPL_TR_NEUTRINO_COPYRIGHT_TEXT" description="TPL_TR_NEUTRINO_COPYRIGHT_TEXT_DESC" filter="raw"/>

    Once you've made this change, you should be able to include images or any html in your copyright text field.
    Place copyright text below footer
    Yes, you should be able to do this - but you may need to do some css positioning etc. depending on where exactly you want it to appear.

    Hope that helps!

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