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    Brand New Edugeek Joomla Package

    Well here it is at last. My Joomla Package built on the 1.5.x core.

    A huge thank you to all the members who have helped test the package meaning it could be released as quickly as it has.

    To view the demo site and download the package for yourself please you the link below.

    EduGeek Projects

    Enjoy

    !!10/1/09 - Package core has now been updated to 1.5.9 !!
    Last edited by SYSMAN_MK; 11th January 2009 at 12:28 AM.

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    Looks good m8, thank you.

    Will make time to have a play after Bett

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    This looks great SYSMAN, have been meaning to redo the school website with the edugeek joomla package for a while now.

    Guess now is a good a time as any!

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    Very nice

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    Ooh i like

    now - is it easy to "update" from the previous Edugeek Joomla?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    Ooh i like

    now - is it easy to "update" from the previous Edugeek Joomla?
    Sorry but the answer is no. It is completely new so the best way forward would be to install and recreate articles ect.

    Probabbly not the answer you were looking for.

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    Thumbs up Using one of these templates

    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    Sorry but the answer is no. It is completely new so the best way forward would be to install and recreate articles ect.

    Probably not the answer you were looking for.
    I downloaded the package and installed it on a test server. It looks great. And since I am running some sites on the previous 1.5 Legacy Edugeek package that I have reconfigured to run on 1.5.8 native, I manually installed the blue template into a clean 1.5.8 install to see how it works. I also installed mod_rokslideshow and published it in the same position as your package. The Suckerfish menu did not work in IE until I entered the menuclass setting. Then, the drop down worked beautifully.

    Some observations about the menu - If one has too many top-level items, then the menu runs into the logo image. Also, when I added a third level submenu item (li li li), it's position is higher than its parent item and quite a bit to the right of the parent (FF and IE).

    Thanks again for sharing. You have done some very nice things.

    Cheers,

    Jeff
    Last edited by jeffy; 10th January 2009 at 03:00 PM.

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    Some observations about the menu - If one has too many top-level items, then the menu runs into the logo image.
    This is a fault due to the design. Try reducing the logo image width if you can.

    Also, when I added a third level submenu item (li li li), it's position is higher than its parent item and quite a bit to the right of the parent (FF and IE).
    I'll try and take a look at this at some point in the future.

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    There's no document manager in this version?
    Last edited by Edu-IT; 11th January 2009 at 08:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    There's no document manager in this version?
    Put one in them I use Phoca Download

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    Where is the CSS information for those boxes on the left/right?

    School Status
    Advert 1
    Meet The Staff
    etc.

    Edit: Found it! suffix.css for anyone else looking.
    Last edited by Edu-IT; 11th January 2009 at 09:49 PM.

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    Nope no doc manager. The only 3rd party add-on is the slideshow module.

    Can recommend ionFiles
    Last edited by SYSMAN_MK; 11th January 2009 at 10:37 PM.

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    Great work

    Hi Sysman

    Great work with the joomla 1.5 Package thank you.
    Had a test on the weekend and works very well out of the box.

    I have added a Template Changer made by Vlado Novak at JoomlaGear works well.

    did I miss some thing here about the main random image, on how to change the
    text , images and links ?

    I found the files in the image folder under slideshow just removed the links that want to goolge by opening up the txt file. cool.

    Also i have started adding the version code of joomla to the templates.

    Code:
    <?php echo  JText::_('Version') ?> <?php echo  JVERSION; ?>
    makes it easy to find out what version it is very fast. it's just me the way i do thing. Going to try to make some templates this weekend.

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    I think perhaps the best version yet IMO

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post

    EduGeek Projects

    !!10/1/09 - Package core has now been updated to 1.5.9 !!
    I downloaded the package January 13th and it was 1.5.8

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