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TOPIC: editing JF Relaxo

editing JF Relaxo 23 Jun 2012 20:43 #526

I am new to joomla and having issue trying to edit these template can anyone help in explaining how I can add the random background images do I need to download additional plugins or components thanks

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Re: editing JF Relaxo 25 Jun 2012 03:47 #533

In admin of joomla you go to menu " Content --> Media Manager" yo will see folder : background slideshow --> home . You can add, remove images background here
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Re: editing JF Relaxo 25 Jun 2012 06:24 #536

i don;t have a folder named background slideshow. Do you have an image for module posotions, or maybe any other documentation about configuring and editting this template

Re: editing JF Relaxo 25 Jun 2012 08:52 #537

thanks for the response but I do not see the folder background slideshow am I supposed to create one

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Re: editing JF Relaxo 25 Jun 2012 12:44 #540

i created the folder backgroundslideshow and home, added images, still no background

Re: editing JF Relaxo 26 Jun 2012 02:33 #545

which is joomla version you used? I said above it's joomla 2.5. If you use joomla 1.5 you will see folder : ( please see attachment)
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