Template ConfigurationWritten by Administrator
Landscape comes with some flexible theming options as well as some added control to some of our favourite Superfish menu. You can change most of the visual elements of the template simply by selecting a different colour combo for your site. There are also 70+ icons available for use on the built in slider.
The screenshot above highlights the parameters available in the template.
This option must be enabled if you want to use the panel menu on your site. When enabled the option includes the accordion script in the template allowing the extended menu to take advantage of the funky action and create a sliding/panel menu with your Jooml amenu items. If you decide not to use the panel menu then its best for you to disable this option.
Superfish Transition Type
This option controls the behaviour of the animation on the superfish drop down menu. There are 7 transition settings to choose from - Vertical, Hotizonal, Fade, Horizontal and Fade, Vertical and Fade, Horizontal and Vertical and Fade, Horizontal and Vertical.
This option allows you to select from the following options for the rainbow colour: Apple | Blue | Circus | Dirty | Green | Pale Pink | Pastel | Primary | Red | Rose | Spice | Sunrise | Vintage Blue | Vintage Red | Watermelon. The background image is controlled via class in the template_css.css file and the images are in the images/rainbow folder.
Select the colour for menu. Apple | Blue | Circus | Dirty | Green | Pale Pink | Pastel | Primary | Red | Rose | Spice | Sunrise | Vintage Blue | Vintage Red | Watermelon.
Bottom Tree Colour
Select the colour scheme for forest illustration at the bottom of the page. The image files are located in the template's images/bg folder.Choose between Blue | Green | Light Green | Mauve | Natural | Orange | Pink | Red | Tan | Yellow
Panel Closed Text
Select the text to be displayed when the panel is closed
Panel Open Text
Select the text to be displayed when the panel is open.
Internet Explorer 6 Warning
If you set this option to yes visitors using ie6 will be given a discrete warning that their browser is outdated and that the site may not work as expected in other more modern browsers.