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

Neutrino Header images/Button


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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
    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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