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Template Selector Customisation
Template Selector Customisation
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 17:52
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Hi, Firstly thanks for such a great module as there doesn't seem to be anything else out there that does this.
I am enquiring about getting a little bit of customisation done on the module and am more than happy to pay for the work.

What i'm using the module for is an accessibility tool. So i have a "high contrast" template and a "normal" one. I would like it to work in that the module will only display two links to these templates

i.e

normal | high contrast

so the user can switch between them and not have to use a drop down selector then press the "switch" button. If you could give me an idea of cost for this it would be appreciated
Will Patterson
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2011/10/25
Re:Template Selector Customisation
Thursday, 27 October 2011 08:47
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Please see the following link and "Next" button.

http://demo16.joomler.net/
Joomler!
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2007/08/26
Re:Template Selector Customisation
Thursday, 27 October 2011 18:18
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Thanks for the reply.

I could see that this could work.

What file do i paste this code into?, and is it possible to only have the "next" button showing ( i would change this to "contrast" so it would just become a toggle between the two templates) and to hide the drop down menu, reset and switch links, many thanks.
Will Patterson
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2011/10/25
Re:Template Selector Customisation
Friday, 28 October 2011 20:31
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I am going to release the version which contained it even by the end of tomorrow.
Please wait for it.
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Re:Template Selector Customisation
Monday, 31 October 2011 19:37
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That's very exciting news, looking forward to the release cool.png
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