New responsive theme - xSimpleblocks

    • Published by Admin on 23-May-2017 10:00 (307 reads)
    There is new responsive theme for our lovely XOOPS

    This one is looks like others, my first - xsimplegrid, but its really quite different

    - there is smart fast menu with almost automated links to our installed modules, user login or not, new messages, admin menu link
    - there is simple top sliders for home and content pages
    - parallax image between top and bottom blocks
    - as usual background sliders for system and contents
    - little breadcrumb over contents
    - automated custom banner if system banner is off
    - as usual fine social and search fields at the bottom
    - OK and most important - mani, mani different blocks configuration:

    The is 25 possible, different top (bottom) block configuration on the template, 12 bottom (top) and 5 for footer blocks
    (see usage.txt and screenshots in docs folder, also you can view now in the demo - gallery)

    The theme is clean for w3 validation, simple to use for own projects and as I believe looks modern and 100% responsive for mobile and tablets.

    Just use it! :)

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