[K12OSN] OT: joomla template-developer gig

Peter Hartmann peter at hartmanncomputer.com
Wed Aug 15 16:44:59 UTC 2007

Thanks Travis,  I tried taking a look at the edugeek template, which
does indeed look nice.  But I'm wary since it inclues, and seems only
usable with it's own joomla-base.  Wary for security and also wary of
destroying the existing dabase ie. content we have going.  I tried
archiving up the templates themselvs as zip files and then trying to
import them in our existing joomla but they weren't valid at all.  I
guess you started with this template from the beginning?


On 8/15/07, Travis Smith <tsmith at geneseeschools.org> wrote:
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> You could try http://www.joomlancers.com
> I am not that good at the graphics but I downloaded a free template
> from
> http://www.edugeek.octoink.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=76&Itemid=78
> and looks pretty good.
> >>> "Peter Hartmann" <ascensiontech at gmail.com> 08-14-07 2:33 PM >>>
> Can someone recommend a good Joomla template developer?  I know when
> i'm out of my element.   I have almost zero visual talent. (which is
> ok because i have music  :)  )    Anyway, the person doesn't have to
> be local but should have a portfolio. The site is an parochial
> elementary school.
> Thanks,
> Peter
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