In the package, you have :

Template Settings

You can access to template manager with the top menu : "Extensions --> Template Manager --> joomspirit_112 "

With "joomspirit_112" template, you can set a lot of parameters. All the details here.


You can find a lot of possibilities to create a beautiful website. I explain all that in the demo :

Module Positions

Example for the "address" position : go to the module manager and create a new module with the option "custom html". Write your address or/and copyright and choose the position "address".

How to display your logo ?

With this template, you choose if you want insert your logo or just write your site name (by default) :

If you want use the logo of the demo, I include it in the folder "images sources" of the package.

How to configure your menus ?

The dropdown menus (main menus):

There are 2 drop down menus : the first on the left side and a second menu on the right side.

On the demo, I created and published 2 menus (with 3 parent items in each of them). The first on the left side and the second on the right side.
The width of each menu items is fixed. So I recommend you to displayed 2 or 3 menu items on each side of your logo. It's not possible to display more parents items.

Drop down menu on the left side :

To obtain that, you must select your first menu in module manager and enter these settings :

  • position : "menu_left"
  • Always show sub-menu items : "yes"
  • none Module class suffix

Note for mobile devices : the type of all parent items must be "external url" (don't use the type text-separator). Choose the type "external url" and enter the character # in the url field :

Drop down menu on the right side :

It's exactly the same settings with the module position "menu_right" :

  • position : "menu_right"
  • Always show sub-menu items : "yes"
  • none Module class suffix

Additionnal horizontal and vertical menu

If you want display a second menu in the content part, you can choose almost 22 differents possibilities.

Click here to read all the details in the demo page with some examples.

Bottom menu

To use it, you must select your menu in module manager and enter these settings :

  • position : "bottom_menu"
  • Always show sub-menu items : "no"
  • No Module class suffix

Note : you can use only 1 level of links with this menu.

Note : All these menus work without javascript code (pure CSS : no risk of conflict with another extension !).

Module class suffix :

Options for displaying your modules in the "left", "top", "bottom" or "user" positions :

Note : If you choose a background color , the color of module title is always white.

Note : You can enter several Module class suffix. Example "shadow green badge-top title-centered"

Extra Module class suffix for mobiles

For faster mobile-friendly development, use these utility classes for showing and hiding content by device. More details here

How to obtain the Home page of the demo ?

How to display the slideshow of the demo ?

You can download this responsive slideshow on my website.

Install the module and edit it :

Tips : I recommend you to read the page "How to use" in the slideshow demo.


The template is build with Bootstrap 3.1.1.

Tips and customization

Tip : don't forget the option "Menu assignement"

This option is available for all modules and templates. It's a very powerful option and I recommend you to use it !

With this option, you can published a module or a template only on selected page(s). And you can duplicate any module or template.

So if you want modify the settings of your template only on few pages, it's possible and very easy with this option.

Tips for the user modules

In the template manager, you can choose the width for user1 and user3. The width of user2 automatically adjusts.

So, if you publish only one user module : publish user2 (for a width of 100%).

If you publish two users module : publish user1 and user2, or user2 and user3.

It's the same thing for user4, user5, user6 and user7, user8, user9

How to add a new Google font in Template manager ?

In this example the code is : Playfair+Display+SC:400,700italic

How to add an icon before a menu item or before an article title ?

Click here to see the details of Font Awesome.
Font Awesome allows you to add vector icons from a library of over 360 to any part of your joomla template including Articles, Article titles, Menu items and Module titles.

How to display the little logo in the footer ?

I create a new module with the type Custom HTML. I choose the position "logo_footer" and I displayed the image "logo_footer.png" with the wysiwyg editor. This image is include in the package (folder "images sources"). Of course, you can display another image.

Tips for your images

By default, a border is added around all your images in your articles. You can disable this option in the section "General" of Template manager.

If you want add this border only on specific images, disable this option and add the class "js-border" in the HTML code of your image.

If you want remove this border only on specific images, enable this option and add the class "no-style" in the HTML code of your image.

Customize the template

You can put all your custom code in the file "css/custom.css".


To continue to offer affordable prices, I decided to display a soft Copyright in the bottom right corner to increase awareness of the site JoomSpirit.

This does not affect your site, but if you want remove this link, you must edit the file "index.php" and delete this code line 608 :

<?php echo $js ; ?>