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Change Link Colour?
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How can I change Wanderers link colour via custom.css?
7 replies
  • jasni jasman replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 02:10 PM
    Hi Adam,

    You can go to Extension-> templates-> choose wanderers templates

    put this code in customer.css and change code color.
    a {
    color: #46bd7d;
    text-decoration: none;


    Hope this help.:)
  • Adam replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 02:21 PM
    Thanks Jasni!

    And how can I also specify vlink and alink colours?
  • jasni jasman replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 03:37 PM
    Hi Adam,

    to make specify vlink and alink colours you have to check function or name in core file in components that you want to have link or color and do css customization at custom.css

    By the way do note that our support policy does not cover customization request as you can see from here, http://stackideas.com/support . If this is a priority, please do post them on our sales section at https://crm.stackideas.comand our sales department would get back to you with a proper quote.
  • Adam replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 06:07 PM
    Can you please pass-on the following comment to your managers...

    Wanderers is a commercial Joomla template. Most other commercial Joomla templates allow basic and sometimes advance customisation via the Joomla backend. In contrast, Wanderers does not have even the most basic backend configurations and has zero documentation. Furthermore, most other Joomla template providers will happily provide advice about how to do basic customisations, but Stack Ideas doesn't.

    I think you need to do better than this!
  • Mark replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 06:34 PM
    Hey Adam,

    Thanks for your input on this and we greatly appreciate your feedback! When we created wanderers and elegant, we realize that most template clubs (because of their configurations / setup, it adds close to about 400 ms - 800 ms) of overhead.

    Try to take a look at the initial page load for most of these templates. This is all due to the reason that the template has quite a substantial configuration / color schemes and last but not least, a template now has huge list of different layouts which makes it even more confusing for end users.

    We went back and look at why Joomla 1.5 was a huge success and during that time, most of these templates only has very basic settings and doesn't require complex setup. It also has much lesser overhead because it doesn't do fancy stuffs.

    Nevertheless, I appreciate your input on this matter and we'll see what we can do in the future to improvise on the current setup we have :)
    Please do take some time to read through some of these links:

    http://stackideas.com/docs
    http://stackideas.com/support


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  • Adam replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 07:45 PM
    Hi Mark

    Many thanks for the reply :)

    I guess my point is that most users will want to add a logo, change link colours, change background colours, etc. If there is not going to be a GUI for these changes (and I follow your rationale for why there isn't), you should at least provide some tutorials about how to make the most common modifications.

    As it stands, I am now going to have to pay a programmer to make some changes, which with any other template I have ever used, were extremely easy for me to make by myself.

    Regards


    Adam
  • Mark replied on Tuesday, January 19 2016, 10:27 PM
    Hey Adam,

    Thanks for the heads up on this! To be honest with you, there is no way to prepare a documentation because everyone's way of adding css tweaks are different :)

    As long as you have css / html background, customizing it is extremely simple. There is only 2 files that you need to tamper with:

    1. /templates/wanderers/index.php - This is where it house all the html codes from the template
    2. /templates/wanderers/css/custom.css - This is where you should place all css overrides
    Please do take some time to read through some of these links:

    http://stackideas.com/docs
    http://stackideas.com/support


    Our Social Media Pages:

    http://facebook.com/StackIdeas
    http://twitter.com/stackideas
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