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    joomla edugeek template axe_blue

    Hello to all,

    First, i"m a teacher webmaster and using ideas from your site for a long time now. Great works! Thanks...

    I already have a joomla website and i'm trying to change my template to use yours: axe_rescheek_blue.
    I've downloader edugeek-package and compress the template, but it's not working. On my joomla site, i have a message saying: wrong package.
    I go to on the axe website but it seems you modified original template.

    Where can i download yours?

    Thank you so much.

    Greetings

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    The quickest way would be to just upload via FTP the copy from the edugeek package to your site. No need to zip up etc.

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    i know, but then, all my site will be changed and i just wish to upload the template.

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    No, just copy the template from the webroot/templates folder

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    this is not working, already tried...

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    there is no way to download from somewhere?

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    ok, i've done it thru ftp... but why i can't have the same frontpage (box missing, clipart,...)???

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    you won't have the same modules that are published in eduJoomla, there may be extra components and plugins that you may need to add and you will need to create the articles to display in the module positions. The easyiet way to see what is going on with eduJoomla is to install wamp on your local machine and install it to see how its put together



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