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Upgrade to joomla 3x problems
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TOPIC: Upgrade to joomla 3x problems

Upgrade to joomla 3x problems 03 Nov 2014 11:21 #5685

I have moved from joomla 2.5x to joomla 3x and the template is jf_texturia.
As the joomla 2.5 version site is running, so I startedfrom scratch on a new folder.

the slideshow is overlapping the main content.
there are some menu items, which are hidden behind the slideshow. how to show them.
the two modules at the rights, need to be showed on a transparent background. where should I make the changes.

Please refer the joomla 2.5x version at:
bachpanglobal.com

The URL of the joomla 3 x site is:
www.bachpanglobal.com/modi

I also want to have a menu ( kind of) site-map at the bottom, which can be a custom html.

The pagination is not showing on the Image Gallery under the link:
bachpanglobal.com/modi/school-gallery-images.html


Please suggest the solutions for that.
Last Edit: 03 Nov 2014 16:47 by raunhar.

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Re: Upgrade to joomla 3x problems 06 Nov 2014 05:16 #5702

hello,
In your site after upgrade from joomla 2.5 to 3x.
You go to
bachpanglobal.com/modi/templates/jf_texturia/css/template.css
add block code into line end

.pagination span {
display: initial;
}


Your slideshow erros, I think you should contact PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT or download version 3x and using.

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