Conditional Statement to Detect VirtueMart Pages

Conditional Statement to Detect VirtueMart Pages

Here in this post I am sharing a way to detect if your current visited page is a VirtueMart page, VirtueMart category page or VirtueMart product detail page. I think most of you have experience that when your client asks to show/hide any particular section from VirtueMart pages so that might be from sidebar or somewhere else and that was placed in default template file. Now in this case you have only 2 option so either to prepare a new template for VirtueMart pages or by preparing hidden menus for each product and category pages, which actually takes time and…

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Joomla Responsive Menu

Joomla Responsive Menu

Now a days responsive web designs are very rapidly acquiring the web design market and trying to get fitted in to each new devices. So in presence of this it is noticed that a new or less experienced web developers/designers faces problem to display each elements of website properly and symmetrically on different devices and one of the most important element is main navigation of the website. As in desktop version we can get much space to float our website main navigation but it mobile device it quite difficult to fit in, and either that requires to convert normal menu…

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Calling Joomla Module in Virtuemart Category page

Calling Joomla Module in Virtuemart Category page

I know this might be a very old topic for Joomla developers, so to call Joomla module in virtuemart category page or any other component template file, but I am just posting this topic as I recently get to know about it and I recently implemented in one of my Joomla project. Here in this post I am going to share the way to call Joomla module in category page so the one particular module get visible only when browsing categories and subcategories pages. So this will be something like including {loadposition module} inside Virtuemart template file So let open…

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Google Web Fonts – Using Non System Fonts in Web Pages

Google Web Fonts – Using Non System Fonts in Web Pages

Now a days use of Non System fonts is crazily moving forward and widely using by the web developers and designers and the whole credit for the same goes to Google Web fonts. Where Google Web fonts is totally a free service and an amazing free resource for web designers. There was a time when web designers and developers were forced and restricted to use system fonts that were commonly found in most of the machines. But now the scenario has totally been changed and the use of Non System fonts is drastically increasing. Adding Non System fonts using Google…

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Responsive Images – Reduce Image Size Using Adaptive Images

Responsive Images – Reduce Image Size Using Adaptive Images

Here I am sharing the best and effective way to reduce the image size using “Adaptive Images”. Basically Adaptive Images is a project by Matt Wilcox with the aim to render and reduce the images size on mobile devices respective to screen resolution. Adaptive Images detects the device screen size and automatically scale, re-size and save the images in cache folder at run time. The best part about this is that it just not only reduce the image size to fit on different devices, instead it also reduces the images size in bites and kilo bites, so that they can…

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