When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element. A Page Class allows you to add custom CSS to individual pages. This makes it really good for styling landing pages or particular important pages. Module has same Class Suffix functionality. Setting this parameter causes Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for the div element for this specific module.
URL encoding converts characters into a format that can be transmitted over the Internet. These characters include − ASCII control characters, Non-ASCII control characters, Reserved characters, Unsafe characters. The URL is the address of a web page, like: https://www.astemplates.com
The purpose of progress bars is showing the progress of a task or action to the users. Bootstrap provides several types of progress bars. Note: Progress bars are not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and earlier (because they use CSS3 transitions and animations to achieve some of their effects).
Joomla 3.x offer very powerful Template Editor, available within the admin panel. The Template Editor allows you to edit your template directly in your browser. This is helpful and in case to fix/edit small issue could be faster than editing files using ftp. Lets talk about this incredible Joomla! option.
If after using Joomla QuickStart package you’ve deleted all the “demo” users – the Joomla! will have a problem to associate previously-created content or added items to the user, which no longer exists. The warning message “JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: XX” is telling us that the user with the XX id number could not be loaded, typically because that user has been deleted.
A modal is a child window that pop up over parent window. The purpose is to display content from a separate source without leaving the parent window. In case to make Modal Plugin work properly you will need bootstrap.js or bootstrap.min.js.
What is Welcome Panel ? The welcome panel is a informational block in dashboard page of your WordPress admin area. It contains shortcuts to perform different tasks and helps new users find their way around. In this article, we will talk how to remove the welcome panel in WordPress dashboard.
In this article, we will talk about Creating Submenus in Joomla. Submenu is a menu accessed from a general menu, it can be either shown as one menu with more than two levels or as separate menu modules.
In this article, we will talk about Permalink settings in WordPress. Permalink is a permanent link to a particular blog post or category. It allows setting the default permalink structure. These settings are used to add permalinks to your posts in WordPress.
In this tutorial we will show how to make embedded YouTube video in Joomla. By default, Joomla does not allow certain types of codes to be added into articles. To be able to put iframe tag to your article, you need to remove iframe from Prohibited Elements.
Usually, the same content is displayed over and over to everyone who visits your site. Caching can speed this up by storing some or all of the information your code generates in a file and returning it when needed.
In this blog we want to talk about one of most common questions, Joomla website backup. After a long time of hard work, your Joomla website finally looks as expected. Of course, you want to keep it safe, and restore in case of damage. Backup will help you restore or move existing Joomla website.