Less vs. CSS

7 years 10 months ago #5174 by fredousek
fredousek created the topic: Less vs. CSS

Question 1:
Please, I've installed JoomClassifieds template using Joomla 3.x. On site, there are many pictures located, e.g. Category "car" (green car image). Where can I change this picture in this template? What is the file name and where it can be found, please? I remember in Joomla 2.x that I had to modify CSS file, but as it has been changed I am a little bit confused. Actually the question is quite general - where all pictures on the site can be changed (it's path, name, etc.). But if you answer where the "car category image" can be modified, it would be best. I've found only particular images in .../image folder, but not the file where I can change its name for example.

Question 2:
I installed QuickStart of the template. But most of the images are not seen. I guess that it is intentionally due to copyright, am I right?

Thank you,

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7 years 10 months ago #5178 by artur
artur replied the topic: Less vs. CSS
1) You can change this image in DJ-Classifieds - Components -> DJ-Classifieds -> Categories -> select category e.g. Cars -> Tab 'Images'
Most of images are set in Backend, other you can find in /images/modules/ or /templates/jm-joomclassifieds/images/.

2) Yes, package contains only pictures properly licensed.

Best Regards.

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