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Re: jf_creativia cookies law plugin / module 16 May 2016 16:19 #8825

Off course that this method is valid to create any position module.
You can define it in the templateDetails and then just add it in the correct line of the index.php

you can have a look at Cacciaglia Photography. I changed and added a lot of module positions.

I'm still working on it but you can have an idea how can this template be adapted.
Last Edit: 16 May 2016 16:20 by madmanblues.

Re: jf_creativia cookies law plugin / module 16 May 2016 16:31 #8826

Ok, where you entered the icons twitter, facebook, google, i want insert multilanguage flags.
Can you explain me how I can, please?

Thank you very much for your time
Last Edit: 16 May 2016 16:32 by antosab.

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Re: jf_creativia cookies law plugin / module 16 May 2016 16:54 #8827

I created a module position called "top_social" and then I added it after the "main_menu" module position on index.php file. I used the same php code (changing the module name).

The rest is all css and it will depend on your implementation. But if you're devolping I think that creating new styles won't be a problem.

You can also explore the css rules I used directly online on the website I mentioned before. I use firebug for this, but you can use the tool you prefer.
Last Edit: 16 May 2016 16:56 by madmanblues.
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