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Tuesday, 24 June 2008 09:27

A guide to the basic TerranTribune customisation options that can be configured in the template manager

Customisation

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Default Color

TerranTribune has 8 selectable colour options for the horizontal menu bar. Simply change the settings in the template manager.

Menu Colors

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Font Family

You can choose which font you would like to use for your titles.

Show Logo

With the manager setting enabled, you can have the logo as a module position (icon).

Font Buttons

You can enable or disable the font sizer buttons that will display at the top of the template.

Template Width

You have the ability to select the width of the template. The template setting is what you edit to either reduce or increase templates width.

LeftColumn Width

With the manager setting, you can choose the width of the left column.

RightColumn Width

With the manager setting, you can choose the width of the right column.

Show Date

The template has a styled date module which will display the current date (day, date and month). The manager setting controls whether it is active.

Splitmenu Location

With this setting, choose to have the sidebar placed on the left or right of the mainbody. The name of the module positions changes to reflect left or right.

Menu Name

The following parameter controls which Joomla! menu is loaded for the horizontal navigation bar.

Menu Type

You can either, select moomenu, suckerfish, splitmenu, or as a separate module position.

Default Font

Based on your own personal preference, you can set the default font size with this template setting.

Show Pathway

This setting controls whether the pathway appears on your site.

Show Copyright

This setting allows you to change the copyright text and RocketTheme logo at the bottom of the template to the module position: footer.
Last Updated on Sunday, 29 June 2008 16:46