JA Jason menu system

JA Jason template menu systems are powered by Megamenu, Off-canvas and Default Bootstrap navigation

JA Jason template supports 3 menu systems: Megamenu, Off-canvas sidebar and default Bootstrap menu on small screens - Mobile.

Megamenu

Off-canvas sidebar

Default Bootstrap menu

It's easy to configure all the 3 menu systems. Please check how-to configure and customize menu system guide in the sections below:

When disabling Megamenu

When Megamenu is disabled, the template will use Joomla drop down menu.

To disable Megamenu, open template style manager, in the "Navigation" tab, disable "Megamenu" option

When enabling Megamenu

Megamenu allows you to display your main menu in different ways and flexibly. You can display menu items in columns, add icon and style for menu item, load module for a module menu item, etc.

Firstly, enable Megamenu , select the menu that you want to display as main menu then hit the "Megamenu" button on the top bar to open Megamenu configuration panel.

In the configuration panel of Megamenu, select menu item/submenu/column or row to configure.

For more detail of how to work with Megamenu, please check out the references below:

  • Megamenu options: how to use options in the Megamenu configuration panel like: how to enable sub-menu, how to assign module, how to add new column/row, etc >> detail documentation
  • Style Megamenu: how to add style for a menu item, sub-menu, column or row in Megamenu >> detail documentation.
  • Add icon for menu item in Megamenu: how to add icon for menu item in Megamenu: Font awesome icons and Bootstrap icons >> detail documentation
  • Animation configuration: multiple animation types for Megamenu: Fading, slide, elastic, room >> detail documentation
  • Video tutorials: how to work with Megamenu configuration panel >> view video now

Please note that, Megamenu only works on extra large, large and medium layouts. In small and extra small layout, it uses Off-canvas or Default Bootstrap collapsed navigation.

Off-canvas sidebar is a position that you can load any module to, not only menu. In JA Jason, there are 2 off canvas sidebars: Off Canvas 1 - loads off-canvas-1 position and Off Canvas 2 - loads off-canvas-2 position.

Menu module front-end

The Off Canvas 1 is to display main menu, resources, follow buttons and it is configured to be displayed in extra large and large layouts. The Off Canvas 2 is the menu system on mobile.

Follow the steps below to configure Off Canvas sidebar.

Step 1: create menu module

From your back-end, go to: Extensions → Module Manager and hit the "New" button to create new module. Next, please select "Menu" module type.

Menu module type

Next, configure the module, assign it to position "off-canvas-1" or "off-canvas-2".

Module position: off-canvas-1
Module Suffix: NOT USED

or:

Module position: off-canvas-2
Module Suffix: NOT USED

Menu module setting

Step 2: configure Off-canvas in responsive layouts

Open template style setting panel you want to configure off-canvas. In the "Layout" tab, select "Responsive layout", you will see the supported responsive layouts, in each layout, you can enable or disable Off Canvas 1 and Off Canvas 2.

disable off-canvas

In demo site, Off Canvas 1 is enabled in small and extra small layouts, disabled in Large and Medium layout. Off Canvas 2 is enabled in Large, Medium layout and disabled in Extra small, Small layout.

Step 3: disable Collapse navigation for small screens

The Collapse navigation for small screens is the menu system on Small and Extra small layout, it's drop down menu based on Bootstrap menu style. If you don't disable the Collapse navigation for small screens, you will have 2 menu systems on mobile.

To disable the option, in the "Navigation tab", find and disable "Collapse navigation for small screens" option.

disable bootstrap navigation

Configure Off-canvas effect

T3 supports multiple effects for Off-canvas sidebar. Open the "Add-ons" tab, enable Off-canvas then select the effect you want for Off-canvas sidebar.

configure off-canvas effect

Customize Off-canvas sidebar

The style of off-canvas sidebar is in the templates/ja_jason/less/off-canvas.less file. You can also change icon for Off-canvas sidebar, change its position (from right to left) or change size of the off-canvas block.

Change sidebar icon

Open the file: templates/ja_jason/tpls/blocks/off-canvas.php then find the following code:

<button class="btn off-canvas-toggle btn-left <?php $this->_c('off-canvas-1') ?>" type="button" data-pos="right" data-nav="#t3-off-canvas-1" data-effect="<?php echo $this->getParam('addon_offcanvas_effect', 'off-canvas-effect-4') ?>">
  <i class="fa fa-bars"></i>
</button>

Now, to change icon of the sidebar, just change the icon class <i class="fa fa-bars"></i> to any icon you want. JA Jason template supports Font awesome 4 so you can use any Font awesome 4 icon class.

Font awesome 4 icon →

<button class="btn btn-primary off-canvas-toggle <?php $this->_c('off-canvas') ?>" type="button" data-pos="right" data-nav="#t3-off-canvas" data-effect="<?php echo $this->getParam('addon_offcanvas_effect', 'off-canvas-effect-4') ?>">
  <i class="fa fa-home"></i>
</button>

Changing off-canvas size

By default, the width size of Off-canvas block is 250px, you can make it wider or smaller. To change the size, open the templates/ja_jason/less/variables.less file, find the following rule and change the size.

// Off-Canvas Width 
@t3-off-canvas-width:                 250px;

If you don't want to use Off-canvas sidebar as menu system on mobile, you can use default bootstrap navigation on small screens instead of.

Collapse navigation

Step 1: disable Off-canvas sidebar in mobile

We should disable Off-canvas sidebar in small screens so that menu system on small screen is not duplicated. Open the Layout tab → Responsive layout → disable Off Canvas sidebar in Small and Extra Small layout.

Disable off-canvas sidebar

Step 2: enable Collapse navigation for small screens

Open the "Navigation" setting panel then enable Collapse navigation for small screens option.

enable Collapse navigation

JA Jason template supports up to 6 homepage styles. Each style uses independent layout and comes with different configuration. Here is the steps to build those homepage style as JA Jason demo.

Steps to create a Home page style

  • Step 1: create template style, assign to home layout you want: home-1, hom-2, etc.
  • Step 2: create Home menu item, assign to created template style
  • Step 3: add content for the menu item

Homepage style 1 | Live demo →

Step 1: create template style

When you install JA Jason template, there is only one template style: Ja_Jason - Default. To create new template, the best way is duplicating the default template style.

duplicate template style

Rename the template style and assign "home-1" layout in the "Layout" tab.

View Screenshot →

Step 2: create menu item

  • 1. Create Home menu item in Main Menu, select Featured Articles menu type, assign "Template Style" that we created in Step 1 menu type and set it as default menu item. View Screenshot →
  • 2. Assign content to display in the menu. Open the Layout tab, select categories that the menu loads articles from. View Screenshot →
  • 3. Configure columns and pagination. The column settings is to configure responsive display of the page View Screenshot →

home style 1

Step 3: mark articles as Featured

Next, please mark articles as featured that you want to display in homepage. Go to Content → Article manager, select articles by checking them then hit the "Featured".

View Screenshot →

Here is the front-page of the Featured Article block.

feature article block setting

Step 4: My info module configuration

The content in the "intro-1" position is from a custom HTML module.

intro home module

Module settings

Module position: intro-1
Module Suffix: NOT USED

Custom HTML

<div class="intro-content col-md-9 col-md-offset-3">
      <div class="intro-text">
        <div class="info">My name is Jason. <br />I’m a&nbsp;
          <div id="carousel-home" class="carousel slide" data-ride="carousel">
            <div class="carousel-inner">

              <div class="item active">
                <p class="red">Designer</p>
              </div>

              <div class="item">
                <p class="blue">Developer</p>
              </div>

              <div class="item">
                <p class="green">Tester</p>
              </div>

            </div>
          </div>
        </div>
        <p class="sub">I have over 15 years' experience working in digital design and this is a selection of my recent projects. Take a look around and if you want to work together, please feel free to <a href="/9">get in touch.</a></p>
      </div>
</div>

Homepage style 2 | Live demo →

Step 1: create template style

  • To create new template, the best way is duplicating the default template style.
    View Screenshot →
  • Rename the template style and assign "home-2" layout in the "Layout" tab.
    View Screenshot →
  • Add background for the header theme. Open the "Theme" setting panel, in the "Header Theme Style", select image Header theme type then browse an image to display as the header background.

    View Screenshot →

Step 2: create menu item

  • 1. Create Home menu item in Main Menu, select Featured Articles menu type, assign "Template Style" that we created in Step 1 menu type and set it as default menu item.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Assign content to display in the menu. Open the Layout tab, select categories that the menu loads articles from.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Configure columns and pagination. The column settings is to configure the display of the page in responsive layouts: Large, Medium, Small, Extra Small.
    View Screenshot →

Step 3: mark articles in the selected categories as Featured

Next, please mark articles as featured that you want to display in homepage. Go to Content → Article manager, select articles by checking them then hit the "Featured".

View Screenshot →

Here is the front-page of the Featured Article block.

home style 1

feature article block setting

Step 4: Modules used in the page

All the modules used in the Home Style 2 are custom HTML module. Follow the instructions below to create the same modules.

1. My Info - Home page 2

intro home module

Module settings

Module position: intro-1
Module Suffix: NOT USED

Custom HTML

<div class="intro-content">
<div class="intro-text">
<div class="info">My name is Jason. <br />I’m a&nbsp;
<div id="carousel-home" class="carousel slide" data-ride="carousel">
<div class="carousel-inner">

<div class="item active">
<p class="red">Designer</p>
</div>

<div class="item">
<p class="blue">Developer</p>
</div>

<div class="item">
<p class="green">Tester</p>
</div>

</div>
</div>
</div>
<p class="sub">I have over 15 years' experience working in digital design and this is a selection of my recent projects. Take a look around and if you want to work together, please feel free to <a href="/9">get in touch.</a></p>
</div>
</div>

2. Bio.

custom html module

Module position: intro-2
Module Suffix: row-darker

Custom HTML

<div class="bio-content row">
<div class="col-md-8">
<h3>Howdy Folks.</h3>
<p>Hi, I'm Jason, digital artist and designer, working in web development and print media.. I love to travel and explore new places, meet new people and of course try all kinds of food.</p>
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Quisque id magna a dui lobortis aliquet. Aenean pulvinar purus ut ipsum vulputate egestas. Donec euismod ex eu nibh interdum, ac auctor sem hendrerit. Maecenas ullamcorper diam sed ligula malesuada. Fusce enim tortor, incidunt nec tempor a, ullamcorper id eros.</p>
</div>
<div class="col-md-4">
<!-- AddThis Follow BEGIN -->
<div class="addthis_toolbox addthis_32x32_style addthis_default_style">
<a class="addthis_button_facebook_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Facebook</a>
<a class="addthis_button_twitter_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Twitter</a>
<a class="addthis_button_google_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Google Plus</a>
<a class="addthis_button_pinterest_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Pinterest</a>
</div>
<script type="text/javascript" src="//s7.addthis.com/js/300/addthis_widget.js#pubid=xa-525b746c4d879b01"></script>
<!-- AddThis Follow END -->
</div>
</div>

3. Quote.

custom html module

Module position: intro-2
Module Suffix: row-primary

Custom HTML

<div class="quote-content">
<h3>There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.</h3>
<cite title="Author">Albert Einstein</cite>
</div>

Homepage style 3 | Live demo →

Step 1: create template style

  • 1. To create new template, the best way is duplicating the default template style.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Rename the template style and assign "home-3" layout in the "Layout" tab.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Add background for the header theme. Open the "Theme" setting panel, in the "Header Theme Style", select image Header theme type then browse an image to display as the header background.

    View Screenshot →

Step 2: create menu item

  • 1. Create Home menu item in Main Menu, select Featured Articles menu type, assign "Template Style" that we created in Step 1 menu type and set it as default menu item.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Assign content to display in the menu. Open the Layout tab, select categories that the menu loads articles from.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Configure columns and pagination. The column settings is to configure the display of the page in responsive layouts: Large, Medium, Small, Extra Small.
    View Screenshot →

Step 3: mark articles in the selected categories as Featured

Next, please mark articles as featured that you want to display in homepage. Go to Content → Article manager, select articles by checking them then hit the "Featured".

View Screenshot →

Here is the front-page of the Featured Article block.

home style 1

feature article block setting

Step 4: Modules used in the page

All the modules used in the Home Style 2 are custom HTML module. Follow the instructions below to create the same modules.

1. My Info - Home page 3

intro home module

Module settings

Module position: intro-1
Module Suffix: NOT USED

Custom HTML

<div class="intro-content">
<div class="intro-text">
<div class="info">My name is Jason. <br />I’m Designer
</div>
<p class="sub">I have over 15 years' experience working in digital design and this is a selection of my recent projects. Take a look around and if you want to work together, please feel free to <a href="/9">get in touch.</a></p>
</div>
</div>

2. Testimonials

intro home module

Module settings

Module position: intro-2
Module Suffix:  row-darker

Custom HTML

<div class="ja-testimonial-wrap row">
<ul id="ja-testimonial-list">
<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1 active"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-1.jpg" alt="Donec ultrices quam at nunc molestie convallis. Donec justo tellus, euismod a ante at, dignissim feugiat nunc." title="Thornton Elias via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-2.jpg" alt="Dunked is one of the simplest, easiest, and most versatile portfolio creation tools I’ve ever come across. Responsive, Retina &amp; Ready to go!" title="Stacy Sandford via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-3.jpg" alt="Praesent nec lectus eu neque fringilla volutpat. Nulla tristique ullamcorper quam, ut dapibus massa hendrerit ac!" title="Delbert Barney via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-4.jpg" alt="Ponec molestie nunc lacus, ut accumsan sem imperdiet eu. Maecenas semper erat vitae elit rutrum!" title="Ern Malakai via facebook" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-5.jpg" alt="Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas!" title="Sterling Irvine via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-6.jpg" alt=" Aliquam eget ante massa. Donec eget ligula auctor, dapibus tellus et, pulvinar urna!" title="Carl Fulton via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-7.jpg" alt="Donec ultrices quam at nunc molestie convallis. Donec justo tellus, euismod a ante at, dignissim feugiat nunc!" title="Lloyd Willis via facebook" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-8.jpg" alt="Sed nec ipsum at odio suscipit auctor. Cras quis quam dui. Vestibulum at urna condimentum, mattis dolor" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-9.jpg" alt="Morbi in sem quis dui placerat ornare. Pellentesque odio nisi, euismod in, pharetra a, ultricies." title="Mordikai Brenton via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-10.jpg" alt="Praesent dapibus, neque id cursus faucibus, tortor neque egestas augue, eu vulputate magna eros eu erat!" title="Ashton Malcom via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>

<li class="col-xs-12 col-sm-2 col-md-1"><span><img src="/images/joomlart/testimonials/testimonials-11.jpg" alt="Aliquam erat volutpat. Nam dui mi, tincidunt quis, accumsan porttitor, facilisis luctus, metus" title="Avetis Garen via Twitter" /></span><i class="fa fa-quote-left"></i></li>
</ul>
</div>

Homepage style 4 | Live demo →

Step 1: create template style

  • 1. To create new template, the best way is duplicating the default template style.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Rename the template style and assign "home-4" layout in the "Layout" tab.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Add video background for the header. Open the "Theme" setting panel, in the "Header Theme Style", select "Vimeo or Youtube video" Header theme type then add vimeo or youtube video.

    View Screenshot →

Step 2: create menu item

  • 1. Create Home menu item in Main Menu, select Isotope menu type, assign "Template Style" that we created in Step 1 menu type and set it as default menu item.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Configure number of items to display: open the Layout tab, select categories that the menu loads articles from.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Configure columns and pagination. The column settings is to configure the display of the page in responsive layouts: Large, Medium, Small, Extra Small.
    View Screenshot →

home style 1

Here is the front-page of the Isotope items block.

feature article block setting

Homepage style 5 | Live demo →

Step 1: create template style

  • 1. To create new template, the best way is duplicating the default template style.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Rename the template style and assign "home-5" layout in the "Layout" tab.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Add background for the header theme. Open the "Theme" setting panel, in the "Header Theme Style", select image Header theme type then browse an image to display as the header background.

    View Screenshot →

Step 2: create menu item

  • 1. Create Home menu item in Main Menu, select Isotope menu type, assign "Template Style" that we created in Step 1 menu type and set it as default menu item.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Configure number of items to display: open the Blog Layout tab, configure number of items to display in the menu
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Configure columns and pagination. The column settings is to configure the display of the page in responsive layouts: Large, Medium, Small, Extra Small.
    View Screenshot →

Step 3: mark articles in the selected categories as Featured

Next, please mark articles as featured that you want to display in homepage. Go to Content → Article manager, select articles by checking them then hit the "Featured".

View Screenshot →

Here is the front-page of the Featured Article block.

home style 1

feature article block

Step 4: Modules used in the page

All the modules used in the Home Style 2 are custom HTML module. Follow the instructions below to create the same modules.

1. Framework

The content in the "intro-2" position is from a custom HTML module.

framework

Module settings

Module position: intro-2
Module Suffix: NOT USED

Custom HTML

<div class="frameworks-content">
<h3>Work on</h3>
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetuer id Proin nibh tristique tellus. Sed interdum ligula Maecenas et quis condimentum elit ut metus congue. Ipsum magnis ipsum nulla Nam ac velit justo sapien sit gravida.</p>
<ul class="frameworks">
<li><a href="#"><img src="/images/joomlart/partners/partner-1.png" border="0" alt="" /></a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="/images/joomlart/partners/partner-2.png" border="0" alt="" /></a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="/images/joomlart/partners/partner-3.png" border="0" alt="" /></a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="/images/joomlart/partners/partner-4.png" border="0" alt="" /></a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="/images/joomlart/partners/partner-5.png" border="0" alt="" /></a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="/images/joomlart/partners/partner-6.png" border="0" alt="" /></a></li>
</ul>
</div>

2. Bio.

custom html module

Module position: intro-2
Module Suffix: row-darker

Custom HTML

<div class="bio-content row">
<div class="col-md-8">
<h3>Howdy Folks.</h3>
<p>Hi, I'm Jason, digital artist and designer, working in web development and print media.. I love to travel and explore new places, meet new people and of course try all kinds of food.</p>
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Quisque id magna a dui lobortis aliquet. Aenean pulvinar purus ut ipsum vulputate egestas. Donec euismod ex eu nibh interdum, ac auctor sem hendrerit. Maecenas ullamcorper diam sed ligula malesuada. Fusce enim tortor, incidunt nec tempor a, ullamcorper id eros.</p>
</div>
<div class="col-md-4">
<!-- AddThis Follow BEGIN -->
<div class="addthis_toolbox addthis_32x32_style addthis_default_style">
<a class="addthis_button_facebook_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Facebook</a>
<a class="addthis_button_twitter_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Twitter</a>
<a class="addthis_button_google_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Google Plus</a>
<a class="addthis_button_pinterest_follow" addthis:userid="joomlart">Pinterest</a>
</div>
<script type="text/javascript" src="//s7.addthis.com/js/300/addthis_widget.js#pubid=xa-525b746c4d879b01"></script>
<!-- AddThis Follow END -->
</div>
</div>

Homepage style 6 | Live demo →

home style 1

Step 1: create template style

  • 1. To create new template, the best way is duplicating the default template style.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Rename the template style and assign "home-6" layout in the "Layout" tab.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. Add background for the header theme. Open the "Theme" setting panel, in the "Header Theme Style", select image Header theme type then browse an image to display as the header background.

    View Screenshot →

Step 2: create menu item

  • 1. Create Home menu item in Main Menu, select Carousel Layout menu type, assign "Template Style" that we created in Step 1 menu type and set it as default menu item.
    View Screenshot →
  • 2. Configure number of items to display: open the Blog Layout tab, select number of items to display.
    View Screenshot →
  • 3. You DON'T need to configure the settings in JA Extra Fields tab as the settings are only applied for Featured Article and Isotope menu type.

In each slide, it loads an article from selected categories. Each slide has title, description and "View Projects" button. The Slide title is Article title, Slide description is Article intro text and "View Projects" button is the Article read more button. In one article, if you don't use <hr id="system-readmore" />, the "View Projects" button will not be displayed.

Home style element

You can change the text "View Projects", open file: language\en-GB\en-GB.tpl_ja_jason.ini, find and change the following language string.

TLP_VIEW_PROJECT 		= "View Project"

This is bonus page in JA Jason template.

Portfolio page

Follow the instructions to create same Portfolio page as JA Jason portfolio page demo site.

Step 1: Create Portfolio menu item

From the back-end of your site, go to: Menu → Main Menu → Add new menu item.

1. Select menu type

The portfolio page in JA Jason uses overridden layout: Isotope Layout so please select Isotope Layout menu type and source for the menu item.

Portfolio detail setting

2. Configure Article layout

Open the "Category" setting tab and assign "porfolio" for "Article layout" field.

Portfolio category setting

3. Configure number of items to display

In the Blog Layout setting panel, set number of items to be displayed in front-page

Portfolio category setting

4. Configure columns and pagination

The column setting setting is to configure the responsive display of the page by setting columns in responsive layouts (large, medium, small and extra small) in the "JA Extra Fields" tab.

Portfolio extra fields setting

The settings in "JA Extra Fields" tab is only applied for Featured articles and Isotope Layout menu type.

Other settings

Step 2: add Article Categories module

The default Joomla module is to display list of categories in the Portfolio category.

Article Categories module

Back-end setting

Module position: portfolio-menu
Module Suffix: NOT USED

Change "Menu" and "All categories" text

The "Menu" and "All categories" text are defined in the language/en-GB/en-GB.tpl_ja_jason.ini file. Open the file, find and edit the following text:

TPL_ARTICLES_CATEGORIES_MENU			= "Menu"
TPL_ARTICLES_CATEGORIES_ALL			= "All categories"

Customize "Isotope Layout" layout

The "Isotope Layout" layout files are stored in the folder: templates\ja_jason\html\com_content\category. There are 5 files to work on to customize the layout:

  • isotope.php
  • isotope.xml
  • isotope_item.php
  • isotopelayout.php
  • isotope_item.php

The "porfolio" Article layout file - porfolio.php is stored in the folder: templates\ja_jason\html\com_content\article.

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