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Module class surfixes for wayne corp template

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What are the module class suffixes for wayne corp template and Where do i find a lislt of all them (e.g. wayne-categories for article category module)?

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

There are specific module class suffixes for every module of the right side.

http://prntscr.com/n3lvhl

-Thanks

cmfionline

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi!
Yes, that i found out for some. But how do you know them? where can one find them, if you dont startup with the demo?

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi!
Yes, that i found out for some. But how do you know them? where can one find them, if you dont startup with the demo?


Hi there, Please check the quickstart pack. I hope you will get the solution. Thanks

cmfionline

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi!
Yes, that i found out for some. But how do you know them? where can one find them, if you dont startup with the demo?


Hi there, Please check the quickstart pack. I hope you will get the solution. Thanks

Yes, i have the quickstart pack. But would it not have been easier to include a list of these module class surfixes in the template documentation? Now i want to add models on the right other than those included in the demoquickstart. What modul class suffixe can i use?

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Thanks for your reply. Already, I told you that every module contains a specific module class suffixes. You have to open the right side position module and have to check module class suffixes. We will add the class suffixes inside on the documentation.

http://prntscr.com/n3lvhl

-Thanks

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

cmfionline

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?


Hi there, Please share your site URL to check the issue. Thanks

cmfionline

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?


Hi there, Please share your site URL to check the issue. Thanks

https://cmfinternational.org

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?


Hi there, Please share your site URL to check the issue. Thanks

https://cmfinternational.org


Hi there, Thanks for your reply. Please disable the jch_optimze plugin & let me know. Thanks

cmfionline

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?


Hi there, Please share your site URL to check the issue. Thanks

https://cmfinternational.org


Hi there, Thanks for your reply. Please disable the jch_optimze plugin & let me know. Thanks

Thank you.
It has been disabled

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?


Hi there, Please share your site URL to check the issue. Thanks

https://cmfinternational.org


Hi there, Thanks for your reply. Please disable the jch_optimze plugin & let me know. Thanks

Thank you.
It has been disabled


Hi there, Please check now. Thanks

cmfionline

More than a month ago #Permalink
p.s.
Added to manual/documentation into "Components and Modules" section

Thank you very much Paul!
I have gone though the right modules used n the demo and extracted all that is there.
Maybe an example can help communicate my additional difficulties.
Please see the attached screenshots of some modules published in the right position, other than those included in the demo/quickstart pack. As you can see, they do not blend with the template/design in the same way as when module class surfixes are used. Some of them are core joomla modules like menu while others are from other components.
For such cases, how do we handle them so as to have the same look and feel?


Hi there, Please share your site URL to check the issue. Thanks

https://cmfinternational.org


Hi there, Thanks for your reply. Please disable the jch_optimze plugin & let me know. Thanks

Thank you.
It has been disabled


Hi there, Please check now. Thanks

Thank you exceedingly, Toufiq.
Most is in place now. Thank you indeed!!!

As per the attached screenshot, there is still some mixed up in two of the right modules (blog archive).

Secondly, what do i need to do so that my blog image looks the same like on the demo (with the faded background image version too).
Thank you!!!

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Please use the large image for faded background and changed some css code. Now better than previous. This Blog Archives module conflict the template css.

-Thanks


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