In the package, you have :

Template Settings

You can access to the template manager with the top menu : "Extensions --> Template Manager --> full_screen_7 "

Here all options in Template manager :


Module Positions

Example for the "address" position : go to the module manager and create a new module with the option "custom html". Write your address or/and copyright and choose the position "address".

How to display your logo ?

To insert your logo, you must create a new module with the type "Custom html". Insert your logo inside with the wysiwyg editor and choose the module position "logo". The size of your logo is free.

By default the image in "logo" position is centered. It's perfect if you display 2 menus, one on the left and another on the right side.
If you display only 1 menu on the left side, you can align your logo on the right side. For that, you must add in the "logo" module the Module class suffix " right".
Or the Module class suffix "left" to align the image on the left side.

How to configure your menus ?

Drop down menu on the top left side :

You can see this menu in action on the left side of the logo

To obtain that, you must select your main menu in module manager and enter these settings :

Note for mobile devices : the type of all parent items must be "external url" (don't use the type text-separator). Choose the type "external url" and enter the character # in the url field :

Drop down menu on the top right side :

You can see this menu in action on the right side of the logo.

It's exactly the same settings with the module position "menu_right"

Vertical menu

You can publish a vertical menu on the left or right side in the content box.

To use it, you must select your menu in module manager and enter these settings :

Horizontal menu

You can publish an horizontal menu on the module position top, bottom or users.

To use it, you must select your menu in module manager and enter these settings :

Note : you can use only 1 level of links with this menu.

Note : All these menus work without javascript code (pure CSS : no risk of conflict with another extension !).

Module class suffix :

Options for displaying your modules in the "left", "right", "top", "bottom" or "user" positions :

Note : If you choose a background color , the color of module title is always white.

Note : You can enter several Module class suffix. Example "grey border radius"

Extra Module class suffix for mobiles

For faster mobile-friendly development, use these utility classes for showing and hiding content by device. More details here

How to display the full screen slideshow like on the demo ?

In this template, I use the script SuperSized 3.2 for the full screen slideshow. Thank to the developper !

I remove a lot of options to keep only the essential : you can choose to show or hide the thumbnail when you hide the content box.

This extension use Jquery. If you have a conflict with another Jquery extension, you can install and use the plugin "Jquery easy".

To active it, I include a specific module "supersized2" in this package.

You must :

Note 1 : I recommend you a ratio of 4:3 and a size of 1200*900 or 1600*1200 pixels.

Note 2 : I recommend you to use JPEG Optimizer to compress your images.

Note 3 : Is it possible to display a different slideshow on each page ? Yes of course : go to the Module manager, select the module Supersized2 and click on "Duplicate" to obtain a second instance of your module.
Edit this new instance and choose another image folder. Finally, choose one or several specific pages in Menu assignement. And don't forget to check the Menu assignement of original module : you must choose "all pages except the specific page(s)" because you mustn't publish several Supersized module on the same page.

How to hide the content box on a specific page ?

To obtain that, you must create a new module with the option "Custom html". Assign this module to the position "home_page", keep it empty and choose "only your specific page" in the option "Menu assignement".

Note : When this module position is active, the content box (with your articles) isn't loaded. So, don't forget the Menu assignment.

How to display the Google map in full screen as on the demo ?

I wanted a module very easy to use. So I choose to display the standard Google map and you can create it in less than a minute !

How to publish your google map ?

note : if you want hide the content box, you can publish a module with the position "home_page" (see the paragraph above).

How to obtain the URL of my Google map ?

In the "simple Google map" you must enter the URL of your map and only that.

Go to the Google maps

Choose your location and click on the "parameters" icon :

In the new window, copy the URL and paste it on your Joomla module :

note : you must create a google account to add a marker

How to display a video in full screen as on the demo ?

I create a new video module specially for this template. It's very simple and work only with the video from Youtube.

Thank you very much to Timelapsetoday to share this video on Youtube

The video is cropped and displayed in full screen (same principe as full screen slideshow). I use this module on this page and that work only with Youtube.

Unfortunately, the module don't work with IE8- and mobiles. For these devices, you can select a background image instead of the video.

Very easy to use :

  1. Install the module ""
  2. Edit the module "video" on your admin and choose the position "video". Paste the video ID in the parameters on the right side.

  3. How to obtain the ID of your video ?

    With Youtube, the ID is in the end of the youtube url.

How to use several width or different position for the content box ?

Go to the template manager and select the template Full screen 7. Then, click on "Duplicate" to obtain a second instance of this template.
Edit this new instance and choose another width or position for the content box. Finally, choose one or several specific pages in Menu assignement

Tips for your images

In the articles, all images are styled with a grey border.

If you want disable this style for an image, disable the wysiwyg editor and add the CSS class "no-style" in the tag image. This is an example in the following screenshot :

Tips for the user modules

In the template manager, you can choose the width for user4 and user6. The width of user5 automatically adjusts.

So, if you publish only one user module : publish user5 (for a width of 100%).

If you publish two user modules : publish user4 and user5, or user5 and user6.

It's the same thing for user1, user2 and user3.


To continue to offer affordable prices, I decided to display a soft Copyright in the bottom right corner to increase awareness of the site JoomSpirit.

This does not affect your site, but if you want remove this link, you must edit the file "index.php" and delete this line in the end (line 760) :

<?php echo $js ; ?>