Tagged: Error in blog-layout, errors, st_venus, template
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November 19, 2014 at 11:36 pm #1669
Can you please tell me: where are the exact parameters in the template.css or layout.css for the right content pane of a Blog-Layout?
Anytime i assign a standard joomla-blog layout (whether with one or with two rows-layout) into the template, the right-content pane gets driven down to the left side underneath(!) the normal blog-content… this cant be right but is the same thing with 3 different components too (these are joomgallery, jDownload and the normal joomla-blog)…
I assigned the “st-page-blog”-class in the parameters of the menu, tried all kinds of adjustments in the css-files, but it all stays the same - no way working with any blog-layout with certain components without havin the layout looking garbled.
If i assign the same class to any normal article nested to the menu the look is perfect with no problem. The right side in my site holds few modules with categories-lists (like a 2nd navigation) or any other stuff.
But the problem only persists with the BLOG-layout of joomla-articles and other components which may hold 2 rows layouts in main-content. But even if i fix these to be one-row-layoutsit all stays the same…
Can you please help me? I am getting crazy over this now…since weeks i am trying to fix this issue. No matter what parameter in the .css i try to fix it doesnt work… please help!!!!
This is what it looks like
November 19, 2014 at 11:44 pm #1671
- This topic was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by kanjan. Reason: adding image
In addition to whats said before: I load the modules “category-list” (2nd navigation) into the right-bottom location…November 20, 2014 at 1:42 am #1673
Could you give me your site to check ?
Best regardsNovember 20, 2014 at 9:41 am #1675
i am sorry but i preparing my new website on a local server … so i cant give you any url.
But I just need the right parameters to work on please!
It is making me nuts because i am trying to solve this problem since weeks now but i cannot get my site to work. Please help, Thank you very much!November 20, 2014 at 9:55 am #1676
Could you tell me exactly these step which you have configed your site ?
And tell me version of this template ( pro or free, joomla 2.5 or joomla 3.x).
Then go to Manager Template -> St Venus -> Tab Dimension -> Take screenshot and give to me.
Best regardsNovember 24, 2014 at 9:48 am #1683
Thanks for answering and sorry beeing late for replying, but i had to prepare all things you asked for.
Here are the Details of my site:
joomla Version 3.3.6
ST_venus-Template - i started with Version 1.0, made an update to 1.0.1 by installing over it and after another update by installing j3_template-version over this. Normally this shouldnt be a problem or maybe this is one reason why things look garbled in blog-layout? I dont know.
I first installed the “quickstart-package” (V. 1.0) of the template so i had all the demo files and pages up an running on my page, which i started to work on and change them to my needs. I imported all my text and images to pages, editing everything.
Then i started to work on the Menu (location -> full 1), adjusting the points of the menue to my needs also.
I attached one new menue-point a standard joomla- BLOG-layout (my news page) to the menu. In the menu-parameters of the blog i added the “st-page-blog” class-command, giving it a 2-row blog-layout at first (i changed that later to 1-row-layout which didnt have any effect to my problem).
After installing all pages and blog to the menu adjusting everything to my needs i loaded newly created joomla-modules to the right-content pane. These modules are basically categories-lists (so called submenues) with all the needed menuepoints of the categories. These modules i installed at -> location -> right-bottom.
The Breadcrumb resided at location “breadcrumb”.
All the standard-pages that i changed or installed before, attached to the menu and/or changed in the original menu, look perfect (look images 24/25) - except the BLOG-layout which looks garbled (look images 27/28) as the right side containing my modules get driven down to the bottom underneath the maincontent-area!
But ONLY with the BLOG layout - all other pages look ok (see image 5.png).
Meanwhile i changed the location of the modules to be at right-top, right-middle-1 or right-middle-2.
All location-changes didnt have ANY effect in the problem - in the blog-layout the right content-pane (with my modules) still get replaced to be at bottom underneath the maincontent-area - which i dont understand.
Maybe you can help me with these informations. If you need to know more let me know please. Thank you very much.
November 24, 2014 at 9:58 am #1684
Sorry to say but you also still have an ERROR in your own FORUM-Software! Cant edit my post from before ….
So here again the correct links to my screenshot images (see post above):
November 24, 2014 at 10:05 am #1685
Hello guys at beatutiful-templates,
i have to say the following: i was REALLY thinking about buying your template St_Venus.
BUT: if lots of errors are happening like they are described above, garbled BLOG-layouts and the more, i dont think i will buy it. Up to now i was trying to find the error but no way. Still if you attach a normal joomla-blog-layout to your ST_Venus-Template the look is garbled (see iamges above).
There is no chance of changing this problem, wether what i did and tried, so it seems to me that this is a serious bug in your template. I changed all kind os parameters, tried to adjust the css-files in either way - no chance.
So if YOU cannot provide me with the right information to solve my problems … there would be no need to use your template anyway.
PLEASE(!) help, as i like your template, but if it doesnt work - how could i?
regards, K.November 25, 2014 at 2:06 am #1691
Hi Kanjan !
Please go to and create new ticket in here : You can customize your post easier and give to us attachment by button Upload. Then give me screenshot of Tab Dimension (Administrator -> Manager Template -> St_venus ->Tab Dimention).
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