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bposner 04-26-2008 08:54 AM

[SOLVED] supported templates
We are a printed magazine, and are using Joomla as companion to our printed magazine, along with smf for our subscriber only forum. We are not nor pretend to be coders and use Joomla as it is friendly to someone with out those skills. We have been using free templates, and they usually fall short with some of the things we need like correct positions showing up and other little gotchas. With that in mind we are looking to pay for an inexpensive paid template where we can get support and came across your products.
Ok, now the questions
1. How much coding experience does one need to adapt to your template(s). We spend all our time with photography, writing and video editing so our time is limited. We are also Joomla novices.
2. Can we add other modules from other companies to the template, Im assuming this is on the Joomla side and should be no problem.
3. How much novice support to you give? Most sites seem to support thouse fortunate enough to have coding experience, we can follow directions fine, but again, are not coders.
Our current site, is running on Joomla and a free template we found just to get the site started and give the look we want.

Thanks for your help!

CProject60 04-26-2008 09:30 AM

Re:supported templates
No coding experience is needed to use a template.

Yes you can add other modules and components from other companies. Just as long as they are compatible with your version of Joomla.

We provide all the help you need. Just take a look around the forum, to get a fill of some of the questions we answer on a daily basis. More solutions are found in or member only section.

bposner 04-26-2008 10:35 AM

Re:supported templates
Ok, thanks, took a 6 month tour see how it works Downloaded template, but cant get into the support child board for the template (Elegance) get this message: You do not have access to this Forum!

CProject60 04-26-2008 10:43 AM

Re:supported templates
Try clearing your browsers cache. The old cookie is still there, than try logging back in.

bposner 04-26-2008 11:13 AM

Re:supported templates
Yes did that all before posting.

CProject60 04-26-2008 11:25 AM

Re:supported templates
Use the contact us at the bottom of the page to get in touch with Neo and let him know.

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