Compatible with Joomla 1.5 / Joomla 2.5 .
All Themes built prior to January 2013 were built using the Zen Grid Framework while all themes after January 2013 were built using the T3 plugin. A select number of themes from before January 2013 have been moved to the T3 plugin.
The following steps outline the process involved for setting this template up in a new or existing Joomla installation. Please note: We recommend users use our quickstart packages if they have the opportunity to start completely from scratch.
At this stage you will have a very basic looking template ready for you to customise, add your content and start setting up the other modules you can see on the demo for the Hub template.
For more information on replicating the front page layout or other extensions used on this site please read the information provided on the frontpage and extensions tab.
Module classes are a core Joomla functionality that allow the user to specify how a specific module will appear. The class itself is added to the module in the module parameters.
Module classes can be combined to take advantage of multiple complementary styles. An example of a module class suffix using a combination of classes: "hot primary1 top50".
Structural classes can be used to change the general layout or structure of a module.
The screenshots below highlights the settings of the various modules included on the front page.
As mentioned previously the Microblog modules use two separate module class suffixes to achieve the different styles that you can see in the demo site.
Display - The microblog module published to the side of the slideshow uses the module class suffix -display.
News - The microblog modules published to grid12, grid16 and grid20 use the module class suffix-news.
The screenshots below are taken from the modules used in the demo and quickstart packages for this template.