1. Hope
  2. Monday, 15 June 2020
Hi,

I wrote a follow up response to another topic of the same, but I haven't received any response for a couple of days. Anyway, I wanted to add a similar login/signup link in the Floox template to Hope template.

In the other post, a user was provided a JSON file to do such. I inquired if the same JSON would work in Hope template. I went ahead and imported it into Hope and was imported without any errors. However, when I was configuring the login and signup links, it would not take the URL I assigned in the button configuration. I tried different URL's to test but it seems it's not reading it.

Thank you for any assistance anyone can provide on this.
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  1. more than a month ago
  2. Hope
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Hi there,

Thanks for contacting us. Your issue is not similar. Besides, your request is customization. We don't provide customization support.

-Thanks
  1. more than a month ago
  2. Hope
  3. # 1
Hi there,

Thanks for contacting us. Your issue is not similar. Besides, your request is customization. We don't provide customization support.

-Thanks


Are you kidding me? The other post asked about adding the "Login/Signup" shown in the Floox template to the Finance template is similar to my inquiry but to the Hope template. If you're saying that is a custom support and that you don't do customization support then why did you provide a JSON file?

Is there any other way to accomplish my intent? If this is the kind of support I'm going to get, then I should take my business elsewhere.

Thank you.
  1. more than a month ago
  2. Hope
  3. # 2
Hi there, Please watch the video.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yT0j2ZRKJdhrDVoYTcAgjDbzA5jBOyvJ/view

-Thanks


It's unfortunate that we have to go through all that process just to add a simple link to the Login and Registration, let alone styling it. SPPB is supposed to simplify things and not create a painful experience.

Thank you.
  1. more than a month ago
  2. Hope
  3. # 3
SPPB is supposed to simplify things and not create a painful experience.

In fact SPPB does exactly that - "simplify things". Simply can be only magic. Toufiq show you an easy workaround. If SP PB did not exist, you would have to write css code for standard Joomla Login module (which is actually a better solution in terms of code optimization).

In Floox and any other templates is used the override and css customization for standard Joomla Login module.
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