As you know, Helix Ultimate is an advanced template framework for Joomla that allows users to build Joomla templates easily. In the previous article we have instructed to install Helix Ultimate, in today’s article we will guide you to perform some basic settings after installation.
Logo can be an image or text, you can easily set / upload it for your Joomla website and adjust its height. When the system in Helix Ultimate is integrated, it allows you to add SVG logos to your website. Now you can build a fast loading Joomla website a lot easier.
It allows you to choose the header height and decide whether the header will be sticky or not.
In this section, you can turn the the website preloader on or off and switch between boxed and wide site layouts.
When you turn on this option, on your website footer, it will show a copyright notice. You can select the appropriate module position for it.
You can choose the ordering using the Feature Position menu to show some features along with the copyright notice module.
Go to Top
If you turn on the Go to Top feature (button on the bottom-right area), it will allow your site visitors to scroll back to the top of the page with one click of the button. This feature give your webiste better navigation and your website layout will look more professional.
Turn on this option and customize links if you want to display social media profile links on your Joomla website.
When this feature is enabled, you will get the information fields and module positions selection menu. Your website visitors will see your contact information on your Joomla website.
Enable the “Coming Soon” option if you want to display customized maintenance mode page when your site is under construction.
You can set up the expected time and date to be back is also possible. Or add page title, page contents, date, logo, background image and social icons on your coming soon page.
Create a custom page for several errors like 404 and so on. Just upload a custom background image and a logo that you want them to display on the error page(s).
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