Fotis

Fotis

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Built and optimized for content-heavy websites like news portals and online magazines, Kiji comes with a rich feature set including a smart layout system, multiple ways to present your content, a dynamic mega menu and custom colours for each section of your content.

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Anagram is an excellent choice for your business and portfolio showcase as well as any other type of general purpose presentation thanks to the template's minimal design and customisation options. Select from a wide variety of content blocks such as feature grids, video background sections, news feeds and testimonials, to create your own unique setup. The entire template is responsive so that your website looks great on mobile and tablet devices too.

Setting up our Demo

As you can see our template only uses the component views, category, user, tag item lists and item views.

Template functionality.

From the template’s settings view apart from the colours, you can also control most of the template’s functionality.

Choose between off canvas and normal navigation
Use your own colour variations
Enter your social links
Select the main text and header font.

All these settings are located in template’s parameters.

Setting up the menus.

In the template’s parameters (template specific tab) as mentioned above you can select the look and feel of your menu.
Whether you choose the off canvas navigation or the inline menu all you need to do is to publish your menu in the tamashi_Menu position.

Using a custom menu

This template offers you the ability to use one level custom menus in both the header of the site and the footer of the site.
The module position for these menus is tamashi_Footer_1.

K2 Content and Categories setup

This template offers a simple Ghost inspired blog layout.
Due to the nature of this template higher quality/sizes images are required.

K2 Content module templates

There is a template override for the K2 Content module. You can see it in the sidebar (see the demo site for more information). To use this template in the sidebar you should use the default-listing module class.

Icon Fonts

We have included the Entypo family from fontello.com as well as the Simple Line icons.

You can download the font family and view the complete glyph guide from: http://graphicburger.com/simple-line-icons-webfont/

Animations
You can easily create your own animations using using using natural, declarative language

<!-- Reveal using custom parameters. -->
<divdata-scroll-reveal="enter left and move 50px over 1.33s"]]]]]]> Foo </div><divdata-scroll-reveal="enter from the bottom after 1s"]]]]]]> Bar </div><divdata-scroll-reveal="wait 2.5s and then ease-in-out 100px"]]]]]]> Baz </div>
More information can be found at http://scrollrevealjs.org/ and https://github.com/julianlloyd/scrollReveal.js

Module positions

  • tamashi_Logo
  • tamashi_Menu
  • tamashi_Right
  • tamashi_Top
  • tamashi_Component
  • tamashi_Footer_1
  • tamashi_Footer_2

Image Size

The following image sizes are recommended for this template:

  • XSmall 150
  • Small 260
  • Medium 400
  • Large 900
  • XLarge 1280
  • Generic 900
  • Category Image 100
  • Avatar Size 100
  • Commenter Image 48

Module Suffixes

  • .left adds a float:left to a block.
  • .right adds a float:right to a block.
  • .text-center adds a center alignment to a block.
  • .text-right adds a right text alignment to a block.
  • .text-left adds a left text alignment to a block.
  • .default-listing for the K2 item listings.

Additional Components

Apart from the K2 component we offer CSS styling for the following components
com_contact (form only)
com_users ( all views )
com_search
com_weblinks
com_newsfeeds

Commercial Extensions

Simple Image Gallery Pro - After installing it go to the Extension's parameters Layout template for image galleries and choose the one named after the template, i.e. matchbox and matchbox_module.

For developers and enthusiasts

The Grid

We are using ZURB's foundation grid for this template. You can find out more about foundation here: http://foundation.zurb.com/

Addtionally we have added a grid for larger (xl) and very large (xxl) viewports.

Block Grid - for developers and enthusiasts

We have included Foundation's block grid.
More info can be found here. http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/block-grid.html

Visibility Classes

If you need complete control over your modules in responsive states we 've got you covered. This template uses the power of the The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world, ZURB's foundation.

.hide-for-small Hides the module in viewports bellow 900px
.show-for-small Shows the module in viewports bellow 900px
.hide-for-medium Hides the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.hide-for-medium-up Hides the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium Shows the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.show-for-medium-up Shows the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium-down Shows the module in viewports bellow 1279px
.show-for-large Shows the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.show-for-large-up Shows the module in viewports above 1280px
.hide-for-large Hides the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.hide-for-large-up Hides the module in viewports above 1280px
.show-for-xlarge Shows the module in viewports above 1440px
.hide-for-xlarge Hides the module in viewports above 1440px
.show-for-landscape Shows the module in the landscape orientation
.hide-for-landscape Hides the module in the landscape orientation
.show-for-portrait Shows the module in the portrait orientation
.hide-for-portrait Hides the module in the portrait orientation

All these classes are located in the template.css and can be easily expanded and/or edited and can be used for every block of your template, not just your modules.

More info can be found here: http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/visibility.html

k2.css

As you might have noticed this template does not use the default k2.css. We have completely rewritten all the template's styles to be more efficient. In case you download the standalone template package we have included a blank k2.css file in our distribution to avoid 'breaking' you site.

SASS Support

In your template's /css folder you will find a /src subfolder. There you will find all out .sass files.
We have also used Bourbon which is a simple and lightweight mixin library for Sass

What is SASS: http://sass-lang.com/
What is Bourbon: http://bourbon.io/

Visual Walkthrough

Setting up our Demo

As you can see our template in the frontpage only uses K2 modules instead of the component view. As for the component view you can choose between the blog view and the gridded view.

The Front-page and module positions

As stated above you have numerous options and module positions to choose from for your front page.
There are three module positions placed one bellow the other so you can order your content more effectively including a slideshow which covers the entire viewport in certain resolutions.
Furthermore there is a module position in the component area if you choose to use modules instead of the component.
Finally there are positions bellow the component area, a sidebar, three positions next to each other in the footer and two full width module positions.

Callouts

This template offers two full width module positions perfect for full width “call to action” modules. These positions are anagram_Top_Callout and anagram_Lower_Full. In the demo site we have published the Call action and Video background modules.

Template functionality.

From the template’s settings view apart from the colours, you can also control most of the template’s functionality.

  • Choose between off canvas and normal navigation
  • Use your own colour variations
  • Enter your social links
  • Select the main text and header font.

All these settings are located in template’s parameters.

Setting up the menus.

In the template’s parameters (template specific tab) as mentioned above you can select the look and feel of your menu.
Whether you choose the off canvas navigation or the inline menu all you need to do is to publish your menu in the anagram_Menu position.

Using a custom menu

This template offers you the ability to use one level custom menus in both the header of the site and the footer of the site.
The module positions for these menus are anagram_Secondary_Menu and anagram_Footer_Menu.

Using a social menu

The social menu (the one placed on the footer) uses its own overrides. You need to choose the appropriate layout for the module’s settings. You can do this by selecting the “social” option from the Alternate Layout select box.
Finally don’t forget to set the appropriate CSS class (Link CSS Style). The class should be the name of the network, e.g. facebook, twitter, google-plus, vimeo etc.

K2 Content and Categories setup

This template offers two different layouts, now for each image size.

a typical blog layout.
a gridded layout

To use one of these layouts you do not need to change between K2 templates, all you need to do it to choose the appropriate set of items.

Using the leading items

By using the leading items and the large image size you will get the blog layout.

Using the secondary items

By using the primary items and the medium image size you will get can set up your gridded layout

K2 Content module templates

  • 2Block - Used the in testimonials module
  • 3BlockGrid - Used in the top gridded module
  • Banner - The banners on the frontage’s sidebar
  • Callout - The “Call to Action” module
  • Component - Component styled module
  • SlideIn - For animated modules
  • Slideshow - For K2 items
  • Video - For creating stunning video backgrounds

Icon Fonts

We have included the Entypo family from fontello.com as well as the Drip Icons.
You can download the font family and view the complete glyph guide from: http://demo.amitjakhu.com/dripicons/

Animations
You can easily create your own animations using using using natural, declarative language


<!-- Reveal using custom parameters. -->
<divdata-scroll-reveal="enter left and move 50px over 1.33s"]]]]> Foo </div><divdata-scroll-reveal="enter from the bottom after 1s"]]]]> Bar </div><divdata-scroll-reveal="wait 2.5s and then ease-in-out 100px"]]]]> Baz </div>
More information can be found at http://scrollrevealjs.org/ and https://github.com/julianlloyd/scrollReveal.js

Module positions

  • anagram_Hero
  • anagram_Menu
  • anagram_Secondary_Menu
  • anagram_Top_1
  • anagram_Top_2
  • anagram_Top_Callout
  • anagram_Breadcrumb
  • anagram_Component
  • anagram_Right
  • anagram_Lower_Full
  • anagram_Lower_1
  • anagram_Lower_2
  • anagram_Footer_1
  • anagram_Footer_2
  • anagram_Footer_3
  • anagram_Footer_Menu

Image Sizes

The following image sizes are recommended for this template:

  • * XSmall 150
  • * Small 260
  • * Medium 400
  • * Large 900
  • * XLarge 1280
  • * Generic 900
  • * Category Image 100
  • * Avatar Size 100
  • * Commenter Image 48


Module Suffixes

  • * .left adds a float:left to a block.
  • * .right adds a float:right to a block.
  • * .text-center adds a center alignment to a block.
  • * .text-right adds a right text alignment to a block.
  • * .text-left adds a left text alignment to a block.

Additional Components

Apart from the K2 component we offer CSS styling for the following components
com_contact (form only)
com_users ( all views )
com_search
com_weblinks
com_newsfeeds

Commercial Extensions

Simple Image Gallery Pro - After installing it go to the Extension's parameters Layout template for image galleries and choose the one named after the template, i.e. matchbox and matchbox_module.

For developers and enthusiasts

The Grid

We are using ZURB's foundation grid for this template. You can find out more about foundation here: http://foundation.zurb.com/

Addtionally we have added a grid for larger (xl) and very large (xxl) viewports.

Block Grid - for developers and enthusiasts


We have included Foundation's block grid.
More info can be found here. http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/block-grid.html

Visibility Classes

If you need complete control over your modules in responsive states we 've got you covered. This template uses the power of the The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world, ZURB's foundation.

.hide-for-small Hides the module in viewports bellow 900px
.show-for-small Shows the module in viewports bellow 900px
.hide-for-medium Hides the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.hide-for-medium-up Hides the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium Shows the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.show-for-medium-up Shows the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium-down Shows the module in viewports bellow 1279px
.show-for-large Shows the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.show-for-large-up Shows the module in viewports above 1280px
.hide-for-large Hides the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.hide-for-large-up Hides the module in viewports above 1280px
.show-for-xlarge Shows the module in viewports above 1440px
.hide-for-xlarge Hides the module in viewports above 1440px
.show-for-landscape Shows the module in the landscape orientation
.hide-for-landscape Hides the module in the landscape orientation
.show-for-portrait Shows the module in the portrait orientation
.hide-for-portrait Hides the module in the portrait orientation

All these classes are located in the template.css and can be easily expanded and/or edited and can be used for every block of your template, not just your modules.

More info can be found here: http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/visibility.html

k2.css

As you might have noticed this template does not use the default k2.css. We have completely rewritten all the template's styles to be more efficient. In case you download the standalone template package we have included a blank k2.css file in our distribution to avoid 'breaking' you site.

SASS Support

In your template's /css folder you will find a /src subfolder. There you will find all out .sass files.
We have also used Bourbon which is a simple and lightweight mixin library for Sass

What is SASS: http://sass-lang.com/
What is Bourbon: http://bourbon.io/

visual Walkthrough

Setting up our Demo

As you can see our template in the frontpage only uses K2 modules instead of the component view. As for the component view you can choose between the blog view, the gridded view to the small image on the left views.

The Front-page and module positions

As stated above you have numerous options and module positions to choose from for your front page.
There are five module positions placed one bellow the other so you can order your content more effectively.
Furthermore there is a module position in the component area if you choose to use modules instead of the component.
Finally there are positions above the component area (Hero unit) a sidebar and three positions next to each other in the footer.


Template functionality

From the template’s settings view apart from the colours, you can also control most of the template’s functionality.

  • Choose between a fixed or a static menu
  • Choose between off canvas and normal navigation
  • Choose between coloured and “white coloured” navigation
  • Choose the background image of the site
  • Use your own colour variations
  • Enter your social links
  • All these settings are located in template’s parameters.


Setting up the menus.

In the template’s parameters (template specific tab) as mentioned above you can select the look and feel of your menu.
Please note that off canvas navigation will not work with a fixed header.


Using a custom menu

You may use as many custom menus as you wish in the Footer.
The list you see in the demo is a custom menu.


Using the secondary menu

A secondary menu (only one level menus) may be used in the matchbox_SecondaryMenu position. This position is directly above the main menu and next to the social links.


Using a social menu

The social menu (the one placed on the footer) uses its own overrides. You need to choose the appropriate layout for the module’s settings. You can do this by selecting the “social” option from the Alternate Layout select box.

Finally don’t forget to set the appropriate CSS class (Link CSS Style). The class should be the name of the network, e.g. facebook, twitter, google-plus, vimeo etc.


Custom Gallery module

The gallery you see in the demo’s frontage is a custom HTML module so you can use every gallery you want. Simple Image Gallery Pro is required for this module to work.

Use this snippet to duplicate the module in your site.

<div class="column small-12 large-8 gallery-area" data-scroll-reveal="enter left and move 80px over 0.6s">
	{ gallery }demo:300:250:0:1::matchbox_module{ /gallery }
</div>

<div class="column small-12 large-4 text-area" data-scroll-reveal="enter right and move 80px over 0.6s">

	<p class="leading">Vitae mi ultricies, lacinia lectus id, sodales turpis. Vivamus id tincidunt odio. Nunc nec convallis tellus. Nam sed sem mi. Curabitur eget lacus dictum, ornare neque eget, tristique dui. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus.</p>
	
	<p>Vitae mi ultricies, lacinia lectus id, sodales turpis. Vivamus id tincidunt odio. Nunc nec convallis tellus. Nam sed sem mi. Curabitur eget lacus dictum, ornare neque eget, tristique dui. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus.</p>

</div>

More information on Simple Image Gallery’s snippets can be found here:  https://www.joomlaworks.net/support/docs/simple-image-gallery-pro

 

K2 Content and Categories setup

This template offers three different layouts, now for each image size.

  • a typical blog layout.
  • a gridded layout
  • an image on the left layout
  • To use one of these layouts you do not need to change between K2 templates, all you need to do it to choose the appropriate set of items.


Using the leading items

By using the leading items and the large image size you will get the blog layout.

Using the primary items

By using the primary items and the medium image size you will get can set up your gridded layout

Using the secondary items

With the secondary items you can use small sized images to get the “Images on the left layout”.

 

Extrafields

This template offers a wide range of extra fields. They all work as item enhancements. Whether you need social links or extra links for the hero unit you ‘ve got you covered. The single extra field group will provide you with all the extra elements you need.

 

K2 Content module templates

4BlockGrid - Used in “The team” module
Callout - Used in callouts with images
CalloutNoImage - use this for callouts without an image
Default
Footer - the footer lists
Hero - the hero unit
SlideIn - for animated modules
Slider - for the icon slider


Icon Fonts


We have included the Entypo family from fontello.com as well as the Simple Line Icons.

You can download the font family and view the complete glyph guide from: http://graphicburger.com/simple-line-icons-webfont/


Using Icon Fonts in the slider (K2 Content module).

After you have downloaded the glyph guide for the Simple Line icons you will get all the necessary code. (just click on the icon to get the code).

 

Animations

You can easily create your own animations using using using natural, declarative language

 

<div data-scroll-reveal="enter left and move 50px over 1.33s">Foo</div>
<div data-scroll-reveal="enter from the bottom after 1s">Bar</div>
<div data-scroll-reveal="wait 2.5s and then ease-in-out 100px">Baz</div>


More information can be found at http://scrollrevealjs.org/ and https://github.com/julianlloyd/scrollReveal.js

 

Module positions

  • matchbox_Menu
  • matchbox_SecondaryMenu
  • matchbox_Slideshow
  • matchbox_Breadcrumbs
  • matchbox_Component
  • matchbox_Lower_Component
  • matchbox_Right
  • matchbox_Under_Component_1
  • matchbox_Under_Component_2
  • matchbox_Under_Component_3
  • matchbox_Under_Component_4
  • matchbox_Under_Component_5
  • matchbox_Above_Footer
  • matchbox_Footer_1
  • matchbox_Footer_2
  • matchbox_Footer_3

 

Image Sizes

The following image sizes are recommended for this template:

  • XSmall 100
  • Small 200
  • Medium 400
  • Large 900
  • XLarge 1366
  • Generic 320
  • Category Image 100
  • Avatar Size 150
  • Commenter Image 70


Module Suffixes

  •  .left adds a float:left to a block.
  •  .right adds a float:right to a block
  • .text-center adds a center alignment to a block.
  • .text-right adds a right text alignment to a block
  • .text-left adds a left text alignment to a block

 

Additional Components

Apart from the K2 component we offer CSS styling for the following components
com_contact (form only)
com_users ( all views )
com_search
com_weblinks
com_newsfeeds

Commercial Extensions

Simple Image Gallery Pro - After installing it go to the Extension's parameters Layout template for image galleries and choose the one named after the template, i.e. matchbox and matchbox_module.

 

For developers and enthusiasts


The Grid

We are using ZURB's foundation grid for this template. You can find out more about foundation here: http://foundation.zurb.com/

Addtionally we have added a grid for larger (xl) and very large (xxl) viewports.

 

Block Grid - for developers and enthusiasts

We have included Foundation's block grid.
More info can be found here. http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/block-grid.html


Visibility Classes

If you need complete control over your modules in responsive states we 've got you covered. This template uses the power of the The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world, ZURB's foundation.

.hide-for-small Hides the module in viewports bellow 900px
.show-for-small Shows the module in viewports bellow 900px
.hide-for-medium Hides the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.hide-for-medium-up Hides the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium Shows the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.show-for-medium-up Shows the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium-down Shows the module in viewports bellow 1279px
.show-for-large Shows the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.show-for-large-up Shows the module in viewports above 1280px
.hide-for-large Hides the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.hide-for-large-up Hides the module in viewports above 1280px
.show-for-xlarge Shows the module in viewports above 1440px
.hide-for-xlarge Hides the module in viewports above 1440px
.show-for-landscape Shows the module in the landscape orientation
.hide-for-landscape Hides the module in the landscape orientation
.show-for-portrait Shows the module in the portrait orientation
.hide-for-portrait Hides the module in the portrait orientation

All these classes are located in the template.css and can be easily expanded and/or edited and can be used for every block of your template, not just your modules.

More info can be found here: http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/visibility.html

 

k2.css

As you might have noticed this template does not use the default k2.css. We have completely rewritten all the template's styles to be more efficient. In case you download the standalone template package we have included a blank k2.css file in our distribution to avoid 'breaking' you site.


SASS Support

In your template's /css folder you will find a /src subfolder. There you will find all out .sass files.
We have also used Bourbon which is a simple and lightweight mixin library for Sass

What is SASS: http://sass-lang.com/
What is Bourbon: http://bourbon.io/

Visual Walkthrough

 Setting up our Demo

This template offers a versatile layout with three columns and multiple module areas placed under the component, four footer modules and finally a module position for your hero/ slideshow module.

Due to the nature of the site both sidebars (left and right) have two module areas. This give you ultimate control over your content. If you use the kiwi_Right_Lower position in larger screens (1500px and above) a fifth column will appear, displaying the sidebar modules in two columns instead of one.

Template functionality.

From the template’s settings view apart from the colours, you can also control most of the template’s functionality.

  • You can select each category’s main colour.
  • Specify a fixed site width
  • Enable the heading and the date on the header (see the demo)
  • Use your own colour variations
  • Enter your social links

Setting the site width

As you can see from the demo page the site will extend to the full width of the viewport. The layout will stretch from a one to a five columned layout depending on the screen size.

You can easily change this option and specify your site’s width by simply enabling the option in the template’s parameters.
Make sure you follow the instructions and enter a value in pixels. For more information please see the visual walkthrough.

Setting up the menus.

This is a template designed to support multiple menus with each one being different.

Setting up and using the main menu

This part is really straightforward. Simply publish a menu module in the kiji_Menu position.

If you want a menu similar to the demo site then read the “Hiding the main menu on smaller viewports” section bellow.

Using the mega menu

Using the mega menu is very easy. Publish your menu module at the kiji_MegaMenu position and use the secondary-menu suffix.

Now all you need to do it publish a module, there is a K2 Content template for these modules, for each sub-menu item.
Go to Menus -> (Your Menu name ) select the menu item you wish to have a lower level and write down its id.

The id is the last part of the URL e.g. of xxxx: id=100 keep the 100. Then publish a module at the mega-menu-item- position. In this case the position would be mega-menu-item-100. The visual walkthrough contains images of this procedure.

Using a custom menu

Several custom menus appear on the demo site. The App menu and custom menus are both Joomla menus.
Use the custom-menu module suffix if you want your menu links to be underlined like the demo.

Using the login/ register menu

Another feature of this template is the login menu and the kiji_Login_Menu module position. This is a small menu which due to space restriction can ideally contain only a link to login or to register to the site.

Hint: If you want your menu links to turn into icons in smaller screens you can use the register-link and login-link CSS classes.

Using a social menu

The social menu (the one placed on the footer) uses its own overrides. You need to choose the appropriate layout for the module’s settings. You can do this by selecting the “social” option from the Alternate Layout select box.

Finally don’t forget to set the appropriate CSS class (Link CSS Style). The class should be the name of the network, e.g. facebook, twitter, google-plus, vimeo etc.

Hiding the main menu on smaller viewports (Like the demo).

If you want to have your main menu in two different module areas like the demo site you have to follow these simple steps.

1) To hide the main menu module area from smaller viewports you need to enablet the “Hide the main menu in smaller viewports” setting from the template params.

2) Then you need to publish your menu module in another position e.g. in the Kiji_Left position like demo.

3) Finally use the show-for-medium-down module suffix to hide the module in larger viewports.


K2 Content and Categories setup

Using the leading items

This template uses a specific template for leading items (category_item_leading.php). This template is different from the rest of the item listings. It hides several elements like the intro text and it uses another layout and image size. It’s image is much larger and stretches from end to end while the text is enclosed in a white box with a coloured border. If you do not want this layout or your content does not consist of larger images then you should probably not use any leading items.

Using the primary items

Primary items are used throughout the site. They have the typical blog/portal look and feel. The medium image size is suggested since the image will be floated to the left.

Using the secondary items

Secondary items once again have are different. They also use a different template - category_item_grid.php. From the template name it is clear that these items are intended to be used if you want a gridded layout instead of a blog layout.

Example:
In the homepage we are using one leading item. This it the first item which has a full sized (large) image. We are also using four “normal” items, these are all primary items with medium sized images.

K2 Content module templates

  • 2ColWithImages - Used in the homepage, the two columned module with background images.
  • Default - The default item listing.
  • Hero - The two columned module above the main component area.
  • Masonry - The “Quick Reads” modul, uses the Masonry jQuery plugin.
  • MegaMenuItem - The module for the mega menu items.
  • ReadThis -The template for the "Read this" module.
  • Slider - The slider used for the “Latest Reviews” module.
  • Video - The main video module. Clicking on the image will start the video.
  • VideoSidebar - Similar module but with no video playing functionality.

Module positions

  • kiji_Menu
  • kiji_Login_Menu
  • kiji_MegaMenu
  • kiji_Search
  • kiji_Left
  • kiji_Right
  • kiji_Hero
  • kiji_Component
  • kiji_Under_Component_1
  • kiji_Under_Component_2
  • kiji_Under_Component_3
  • kiji_Under_Component_4
  • kiji_Under_Component_5
  • kiji_Under_Component_6
  • kiji_Above_Footer
  • kiji_Footer_1
  • kiji_Footer_2
  • kiji_Footer_3
  • kiji_Footer_4

Image Sizes

The following image sizes are recommended for this template:

  • XSmall 100
  • Small 200
  • Medium 320
  • Large 900
  • XLarge 1200
  • Generic 320
  • Category Image 100
  • Avatar Size 150
  • Commenter Image 112

Module Suffixes

  • .left adds a float:left to a block.
  • .right adds a float:right to a block.
  • .text-center adds a center alignment to a block.
  • .text-right adds a right text alignment to a block.
  • .text-left adds a left text alignment to a block.

Module headers

The "Quick Reads”, “Read This” and “Latest reviews” modules use icons as a part of their headers. To use these icons you have to use there module suffixes:

  • loading-header
  • phone-header
  • eye-header
  • Additional Components

Apart from the K2 component we offer CSS styling for the following components
com_contact (form only)
com_users ( all views )
com_search
com_weblinks
com_newsfeeds

Commercial Extensions

Simple Image Gallery Pro - After installing it go to the Extension's parameters Layout template for image galleries and choose the one named after the template, i.e. getK2.

For developers and enthusiasts

The Grid

We are using ZURB's foundation grid for this template. You can find out more about foundation here: http://foundation.zurb.com/

Addtionally we have added a grid for larger (xl) and very large (xxl) viewports.

Block Grid 

We have included Foundation's block grid.
More info can be found here. http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/block-grid.html

Visibility Classes

If you need complete control over your modules in responsive states we 've got you covered. This template uses the power of the The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world, ZURB's foundation.

.hide-for-small Hides the module in viewports bellow 767px
.show-for-small Shows the module in viewports bellow 767px
.hide-for-medium Hides the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.hide-for-medium-up Hides the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium Shows the module in viewports above 768px and bellow 1279px
.show-for-medium-up Shows the module in viewports above 768px
.show-for-medium-down Shows the module in viewports bellow 1279px
.show-for-large Shows the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.show-for-large-up Shows the module in viewports above 1280px
.hide-for-large Hides the module in viewports above 1280px and bellow 1440px
.hide-for-large-up Hides the module in viewports above 1280px
.show-for-xlarge Shows the module in viewports above 1440px
.hide-for-xlarge Hides the module in viewports above 1440px
.show-for-landscape Shows the module in the landscape orientation
.hide-for-landscape Hides the module in the landscape orientation
.show-for-portrait Shows the module in the portrait orientation
.hide-for-portrait Hides the module in the portrait orientation

All these classes are located in the template.css and can be easily expanded and/or edited and can be used for every block of your template, not just your modules.

More info can be found here: http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/visibility.html

Icon Fonts

We have included the Entypo family from fontello.com and the drip icon font family http://demo.amitjakhu.com/dripicons/ in this template. The stylesheet is embedded with the main template.css file.

k2.css

As you might have noticed this template does not use the default k2.css. We have completely rewritten all the template's styles to be more efficient. In case you download the standalone template package we have included a blank k2.css file in our distribution to avoid 'breaking' you site.

SASS

In your template's /css folder you will find a /src subfolder. There you will find all out .sass files.
We have also used Bourbon which is a simple and lightweight mixin library for Sass

What is SASS: http://sass-lang.com/
What is Bourbon: http://bourbon.io/ 

Visual Walkthrough