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Paradox: Recreating the Demo - Introducing Paradox for December 2010

Your Guide to Recreating Elements of the Paradox Template for Joomla


Introducing Paradox for December 2010

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mod_custom

This area of the front page is a Custom HTML module. You will find the settings used in our demo below.

Any mod_custom (Custom HTML) modules are best handled using either RokPad or no editor as a WYSIWYG editor can cause issues with any code that exists in the Custom Output field.

Scrolling Modules

This particular module is part of a scrolling module position enabled via the template settings. To enable scrolling modules (allowing you to place multiple modules in the same positions, scrollable using a controller present on the frontend), navigate to Admin -> Template Manager -> Paradox -> Features and toggle the Scroller options to enable them.

Since this particular module is in a Showcase position, the scroller can be toggled using the Showcase Scroller option. There has to be at least two modules in the same position for this feature to work.

Details

Option Setting
Title Introducing Paradox for December 2010
Show Title Show
Position showcase-a
Status Published
Access Public
Language All

Custom Output

Enter the following in the Custom Output text editor.

<img src="/images/stories/demo/frontpage/fp1.jpg" alt="image" class="rt-image floatleft" width="225" height="150"/>

<p><strong>Paradox</strong>, the <strong>December</strong> 2010 release, combines an dynamic, <strong>interactive</strong> arsenal with style and <strong>beauty</strong>.</p>

<p>Achieved with the functional <strong>scrolling</strong> modules features, and a <strong>diverse</strong> array of Preset Styles.</p>

<a href="/component/content/article?id=2&Itemid=106" class="readon" target="_blank"><span>More Information</span></a>

Basic

Option Setting
Prepare Content Yes
Select a Background Image Blank

Advanced

Option Setting
Module Class Suffix

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