Joomla! Template 002032 - Item Support

The newsflash module has 3 more ordering options: Published date, Created date and Random, these options you can find under the module parameters.

Regards, AS Team.
Hallo Team,
I have something stupid. If you click on the image of Meeting Rooms, the information is displayed directly below the breadcrumbs.
But in my site remain the slider and the customer revieuws.
I can no longer find it, which I have removed.
I am sorry ,forgive me, that I take your time.

regards Gjalt.
You have to create a menu item for your article like we did for Meeting Room.

Regards, AS Team.

On the home page, there is a "Welcome" that displays a "featured" section.

At first glance, this is not a module, or a menu.

Where can I change the title of "module" and change its position?

Thank you for your help.
You can't change position because 'Welcome' is a featured article, the article title you can change in your Joomla admin panel -> Menus -> Main Menu -> Home -> Page Display -> Page Heading.

Regards, AS Team.
Hello Team,

I'm a little confused, but I can't find menu item for example Meeting Room.

Regards Gjalt
'Meeting Room' is a newsflash module title published in position 6, you can't see it under menu items.

Regards, AS Team.
Hello ASTeam,
My provider has a backup put back and the problem is now fixed.
Thanks a lot

regards Gjalt
Hello ASteam,

I discovered by accident, that when you want to create a module, that the description of Articles Single equal to Articles News Flash.

regards Gjalt
Thank you, we will change the description in the next version.

Regards, AS Team.
Hello Team,
If you click on Our Hotel, then the following images with text are displayed.
Restaurant, Sauna&Spa, Swimming Pool, and Beverage.
It is possible to change the order?

Regards Gjalt.
The articles order you can change in your Joomla admin panel -> Menu manager -> Your menu item -> Blog layout -> Article order.

Regards, AS Team.
I had used Joomla before and have just got back into it. I found this template and it is just what I needed.
I downloaded the free version but found that your support team take great pleasure in telling customers that they can't help with the free versions.
So, I have purchased the Premium version and your support team are no longer telling me that they can't help me. They are, in fact, ignoring all my emails now.
The instructions on your website are quite vague.
I have installed Joomla 3 on my server. I have FTP access. To where do I upload the quickstart file? To where do I upload the template files? Do I unzip in the server or on my computer first?
I have tried a few things but nothing seems to be happening.
Do you have a phone number where I can get some help?
We are sorry, we are not providing support via email.
If you have any Joomla installed on your server you need uninstall it first.

Then take file and upload it on your server via FTP or using any other software, after uploading unzip the zip file directly on the server.

If you don't have an option for unzipping it on your server the package should be first unzipped on your localhost/PC and then uploaded on the server.

A quick-start package is basically a fully functional and customized Joomla! package containing the default Joomla installation package, all modules, chosen template and plugins with all the configurations and data in one place.
The sample data in the quick-start package is also personalized according to the template and is much different to the sample data found in the default Joomla package.
It means that the package should be installed exact in the same way like regular Joomla package downloaded from website.

For more info please see the following page:

Regards, AS Team.
I managed to get somewhere by looking at your competitors' websites but I still couldn't get the template to be viewed. I then figured there must be some conflict with my host's Joomla and I am now deleting the entire directory.

I just happened to look at the above forum and found your response to me. How was I supposed to know to look for it here?? Why couldn't you just email me like any normal customer service department?

Do I install the quickstart under Public_HTML? ...or where?

Yes, in most cases you have install it under public_html folder, you told that you already had Joomla installed on your server, you have to install the quick-start package in the same place.
We are sorry, via email available our services only.

Regards, AS Team.
Good morning AS-Template Team,

I am looking for a desciption how to enable the AS Responsive Menu Menue.

Could you help me?

I can not find it in the modules.

I have bought this template.

greetings Sascha
Hello AS Team

I purchased this item last year, at this time in the non-responsive version for a Joomla installation 2.5. As the website runs only for another two months (for a coming event in May/June 2014), I'm not willing to change to the newest version as the effort isn't worth it.

Though, I still have some adaptations to make on the website. Therefore, I'm willing to look-up the module positions in the template from time to time. But the problem I have is that the example site of the template is pointing to the module positions of the newest responsive Joomla 3 version (as it is a link to an online image).

My question now is, if there is a possibility to access the old module positions image of this template.

Any ideas on how to do this?

Kind regards, Patrick
Here is a link on the old module positions table:

Regards, AS Team.
OK now everything is good. I have found it.

greetings Sascha
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