21 thoughts on “Dark Joomla 2.5 Template”

  1. Nice template.
    Only Contact us form will not display in the Contact us page. When I click on Contact us bottom in the menu I get empty page?

  2. I just downloaded this template, it looks great! However, as a Joomla newbie, I was not able to add content under 3 Tabs. Could you pls explain more? Thank you!

  3. and also, when I try to change the postition on “Module Language Switcher” Nothing happens, it just stays where it is .. even if I delete the module ???

  4. Hi. Really nice temp there. Everything works fine for me except that i get an standard strict error like this one over the slideshows: Strict Standards: Non-static method JSite::getMenu() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in any ideas?

  5. I am running the latest version of Joomla 1.7.

    (1) How do I shrink the grey side bar’s on the side? I’d like to have the Top Menu bar stretched across the entire page and the grey side margins are pretty large.

    (2) Also, I’m having some issues with the Contacts Page. I’d like to know how to display Address on the page.

    (3) Additionally the Contacts Page Column Sorting does not appear to work. I suspect this is not a template problem, but a Joomla 1.7 problem.

  6. It would be awesome if this template could be updated somehow to have advanced option of changing the template width with options such as
    Fluid with Maximum (resize with window width)

    similar to the Milkway Template.

  7. And the template show me this error:
    Notice: Undefined property: ContentViewFeatured::$print in /home/ifdbcn34/public_html/templates/endos-fjt/html/com_content/featured/default_item.php on line 67

    Thanks for your help, your template is amazing


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