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5 years 9 months ago #10326 by chumzp
chumzp created the topic: Background images
Hi, Can disable images on my background, how?
Images running on my background are making my site loading quite slow. In fact, the background images of the pyramid etc, would appear first and delay the loading of my site greatly. Or is there something I can do to load faster ?

pls assist

Pierre

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5 years 9 months ago #10327 by milos
milos replied the topic: Re: Background images
Yes, you can disable it in template parameters. Go to Template Manager, click on Hot Destination and you'll see many parameters.

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5 years 8 months ago #10601 by gregy1403
gregy1403 replied the topic: Re: Background images
Hi MiloŇ°

Just found out that none of those function works .. not static pic not colour .. always shows slideshow, even if color is picked up for background style ...

Cleaned browser cache and cleand joomla cache

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5 years 8 months ago #10609 by ivan.milic
ivan.milic replied the topic: Re: Background images
Select "Solid Color" for background.

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5 years 8 months ago #10762 by royglerum
royglerum replied the topic: Re: Background images
hi,

not working for me either. Preset 1 with slideshow bg seems uneditable.

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5 years 8 months ago #10766 by ivan.milic
ivan.milic replied the topic: Re: Background images
Ok, you use pre-defined style which is fixed like that but you can alter it's style file:
templates\hot_destinations\styles\style1.php

you will see:

<?php

$backgroundImage = "slideshow";
$backgroundImageName = "bg_static.jpg";
$backgroundColor = "#FFFFFF";
....

change it like this:


<?php

$backgroundImage = "solid";
$backgroundImageName = "bg_static.jpg";
$backgroundColor = "[your color goes here]";
....

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