Forma LMS Templates

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KSLim
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Re: Forma LMS Templates

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max wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:48 pm
Hi Andrew, maybe there's a misunderstanding on what a "template" is.
What you can edit, either by hand or with the "templedit" plugin, is:
- logo, cover image, favicon
- css => you can change the colors in the header, footer, menus, buttons, etc.

If we are speaking about the content of the menus, there is no need to change the template: you can change the macro-sections and the specific menu items via the interface, through the "manage menu" function.

As far as the appearance of the menu is concerned, this is another story:
icons => Forma comes with its own set of icons. If you want to change them, you can just replace the set with a different one, provided the file names and the sizes stay the same.

Let me know if now it's clearer and if you want to know something more.


Hello Max, I am reading your above post. I looked under my Plugin manager but cannot find the "templedit" plugin you mentioned in above post.

Cheers, KS

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max
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Re: Forma LMS Templates

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Hi,
that's because the Templedit plugin is for sale, it's not included in the LMS.
If you're interested, drop me an e-mail (my address is in the signature)
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