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chrislyons on Monday, July 09 2012, 11:27 AM

Neutrino Header images/Button

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Hi

You have an image/button to buy tickets in the header section of the template, I cannot see these in the download, are they there or can you give me any help on how to accomplish this please
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  • Replied by zahir on Monday, July 09 2012, 11:40 AM · Hide · #1
    Hi Chrislyons,

    That image is just part of the demo and isnt included with the template. You can add your own image within a module and then publish it to the header position to achieve the same effect.
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  • Replied by chrislyons on Monday, July 09 2012, 11:48 AM · Hide · #2
    Thanks Zahir, trouble is I qm quite new to Joomla and dont know how to get a button like that into the template....any tutorials out there
    Or is it a case that I have to create my own html/CSS and place it in the module
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  • Replied by zahir on Monday, July 09 2012, 12:32 PM · Hide · #3
    Hi Chrislyons,

    That last bit is correct - you can place in any html within a custom module and then publish that module to the header position. There is no need to modify the template at all to achieve the effect on the demo site.
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  • Replied by chrislyons on Monday, July 09 2012, 09:27 PM · Hide · #4
    Hi again

    Right I have another problem, created my custom html and when I place the code in the header it strips the actions from the code so the button does not work.
    Any help please
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    Replied by zahir on Tuesday, July 10 2012, 11:21 AM · Hide · #5
    You probably have not disabled filtering on your joomla site. The filtering strips all the HTML tags out of the module content - not really anything to do with the template, just a joomla setting.

    This should help:
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