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simplexliteCreate an amazing joomla website for your personal or commercial project using our Simplex-Lite free joomla template. Simplex-Lite is a basic version of what our Simplex template has to offer. See the demo here which shows you exactly what can be achieved using Simplex-Lite.

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  • samir
    samir Thursday, 07 November 2013

    Does this template come with copyright?!!

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Thursday, 07 November 2013

    Hi Samir,

    You can use the template for any project you wish. All comments in the code to joomlage.com should remain :)

  • Guest
    guy Thursday, 21 November 2013

    Hi,

    I actually prefer the free template layout then the one you sell and started working on my site using the free one.
    I would like to remove the copyrights part, how much will that cost?
    Can you provide the one you put for sale with the free one sample data?

    Guy.

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Thursday, 21 November 2013

    Hello,

    You can change the copyright in the footer to your own :). This can be done in the template parameters in the Footer/Copyright block.

  • Guest
    guy Thursday, 21 November 2013

    Cool, Thanks allot.
    I asked before but it's worth asking again, what about RTL support?
    Any change there?

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Thursday, 21 November 2013

    RTL is not a feature that has being added. :(

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Thursday, 05 December 2013

    Hi, i just found your template club and you have nice templates here.

    I looked demo pages but i found weird behaviour in responsive view. It hides all sidebars and thats not good. Those should work like normal that content is first and then comes sidebar A and Sidebar B (Even if you have desktop layout like this SidebarA - Content -Sidebar B). Is this easy to do with your templates (floating or does those templates use Bootstrap 3?).

    Thanks for advance.

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Thursday, 05 December 2013

    Hello Jk,

    In the template options you have control to toggle the side columns on or off in the responsive layout. When side columns are enabled they are displayed before the content as are the top modules and slideshow. All other modules appear under the main content. You can download the free template and try it for yourself to see if it suits your requirements. :)

    Thanks for your question,
    JohnO

  • Tim
    Tim Sunday, 05 January 2014

    I was wondering if you have 'Simplex-Lite free Joomla template' for Joomla 2.5, or would I have to upgrade from Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.xx on my server? Thank You!

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Sunday, 05 January 2014

    Hi Tim,

    Simplex Lite is only available for Joomla 3.x. If you intend using it then you will have to upgrade your Joomla install to Joomla 3. Happy New Year too you :)
    JohnO

  • Tim
    Tim Sunday, 05 January 2014

    Many Thanks. I am new to CMS and have decided upon Joomla. IPage is my webhost and only installs Joomla 2.5.17. I have some other domain names. I will try to install Joomla 3.2 on IPage and see if I can get it going. With success, I will then download the Free Simplex Lite, and see how it goes. Of which, if everything works out, I may end up purchasing 'Joomlage0071 - Simplex'. At that point I may have a few questions about some of the numerous features it has. The template has to be customizable. I am looking for one that I can customize the header, have a couple of sidebars and a blog in the middle of the 2 sidebars. I may just go with one sidebar. Color management, a small thumbnail gallery, a slider, be able to embed videos and images with the visitor (whether registered or not) be able to leave comments.

    Once Again,

    Thank you JohnO

    PS: I hope you had a GREAT New Year's Eve Party :) and have a Wonderful 2014 :)

  • Guest
    Laurent Tuesday, 14 January 2014

    Hi John,

    what are exactly the differences between the free and paid version?

    Thanks for the job.

    Laurent

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Tuesday, 14 January 2014

    Hello Laurent,

    You get the following extra features with the Full version.

    Option to Upload Body Background Image,
    Full Width Slider Option,
    Option to Upload Background Image to any Container,
    Opacity Color control on every Container (Create nice transparency effects allowing background images to show through. See Example in Base Module Block Parameters),
    Opacity Color control on every Wrapper,
    10 Extra Top Module Positions,
    10 Extra Base Module Positions,
    2 Footer Module Positions (in base container),
    Bottom Module Container,
    20 Bottom Module Positions,
    3 Extra Module Positions in Main Container.

    Should you have anymore questions feel free to ask. :)
    Thanks,
    JohnO

  • Guest
    Cosmin Monday, 10 February 2014

    Hi,

    I have a question. I have downloaded the SimplexLite free version. Am I allowed to make some personal customizations? For example to change the width of the content, maybe to add some more positions for modules. Is it allowed to change the template in any way?

    Kind regards,

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Monday, 10 February 2014

    Hello Cosmic,
    Thanks for downloading the free template. You can edit the template as required :). There is an option in the template parameters to set the template width should you require it.

    Enjoy.
    JohnO

  • Guest
    Cosmin Monday, 10 February 2014

    Yes yes, I saw it.

    Actually my question was if I am allowed to change something in the files. The comments and the copyright will stay where it belongs (to you), but is it allowed to add more code in the files? I am doing a website for a computer service in a small city and they are afraid not to have problems with the copyright license.

    Thank you very much for your extremely fast answer,

    Regards,

    Cosmin

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Monday, 10 February 2014

    Thats not a problem you can edit the code as required.

    Thanks,
    JohnO

  • Guest
    Cosmin Monday, 10 February 2014

    I appreciate! You are doing a great job. I will talk with them...maybe the paid version will bring them more benefits.


    Regards,

    Cosmin

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  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Friday, 21 February 2014

    Hi
    Why i can't see social icons under Chrome?

    Thanks

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Friday, 21 February 2014

    Hello Natalie,
    Please post your support query on the free template support section on the forum at http://www.joomlage.com/forum/10-free-joomla-templates-support along with a link to your site where I can see the issue you are referring to.
    Thanks,
    JohnO

  • Zack
    Zack Sunday, 02 March 2014

    How can I change custom position that it will be under social icons and above main menu

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Monday, 03 March 2014

    Hello Zack,

    You can position the custom html module in the header using the Header custom module styling in the Header Block styling parameters. Please see example here - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/69023408/Joomlage.com%20Support%20Images/Position-Custom-html-in-header.PNG

    You can use the support forum for future support queries ;)

    Thanks,
    JohnO

  • Michael Connelly
    Michael Connelly Monday, 21 April 2014

    Over the years I have spent thousands of dollars joining a variety of Joomla Template Clubs. After recently purchasing the full Simplex Template, I may never buy another template again. I purchased it specifically for a client site, but after just a few days, I used it to begin redesigning my own Web Design Site. The possibilities with this template are limited only by one's imagination. If I had one very small question/suggestion it would be to ask why the logo position size isn't a parameter in the logo Select and Styling Block? After a little searching I did find the proper css file to make my modifications with ease. Also, while I like the responsive module toggles by position, is there any thought to having this control capability at the specific module level? I guess no matter how great you make something there is always some jerk like myself asking for more.:) I know this is a BLOG article about the free version, but hopefully my comments may inspire others to make the jump to the paid version. 19 Euros for this template alone will save me hundreds if not thousands over the next few years. GREAT JOB!!

  • John O Connor
    John O Connor Tuesday, 22 April 2014

    Hello Michael,
    Thank you for your kind words. Delighted you find the template to be of great benefit for creating a variety of different sites and a money saver for you. Today I just updated the paid version of the template which you can now download from your account. In the download you will see a file called ChangeLog.txt which lists everything.

    - FIX - Responsive Menu on all Devices below 1024px. Fixes issue with non responsive menu dropdown not working on some devices.
    - NEW FEATURE - Fluid Responsive Layout (A better fit for all devices)
    - NEW FEATURE - Modules(Top Modules and Side Columns) Stack under Main Content on small devices
    - DEMO - Joomla 3.2.3



    I will consider your suggestions about the logo and modules with the next update. :)

    All the best,
    JohnO

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