How To Install And Setup

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1) Download and Install the template:

  • Login to the admin section:
  • Go to EXTENSIONS > Extension Manager > Click Browse > Select the template that you’ve downloaded > Click Upload and Install

2) Make template the default template

  • After successful installation go to EXTENSIONS > Template manager > Select the Template and make it default

3) Go to the template options

  • Go to EXTENSIONS > Template manager > Click the template > Now you will see all options of the template

18 thoughts on “How To Install And Setup”

    • For our older joomla templates you have to manually code the slideshow.php file. Newer templates have this built in in the admin section.

  1. Have an issue with admin username and password. Is there someone that I can speak to directly with assistance please?

  2. I have tried two different templates and after installing them (from URL, the only way I seem to be able to) all I see is a white, blank screen.

  3. i create dropdown menu/parent menu…at main page or other page it not working if i point to single artcle but if going to that page dropdown menu workking…but if im using external link nothing happend.

  4. Hi!
    I have a ifreedom-fjt template that breaks the upgrade of Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3+. Can I upgrade it somehow?

    Kind Regards, Daniel

  5. I am using Qualify and when I make it the default, it gives me a “JHtml: :bootstrap not supported” File not found”

    Can you tell me what that means? Can you supply the file or tell me how to alter the code? I really like this template and would like to use it… Below are the specs…

    PHP Version 5.3.24
    Web Server Apache
    WebServer to PHP Interface cgi-fcgi
    Joomla! Version Joomla! 2.5.14 Stable
    Joomla! Platform Version Joomla Platform 11.4.0 Stable

    This is located on GoDaddy…

    • I have solved this myself…I had to update everything on the server, then delete Joomla!2x and upload Joomla! 3.0… so far so good…


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