does this themes have use “views” module?
the front page “who we are?”, “What do we do?” can it automatic show latest article that we post? or that is only “html code” in block only?
Hi there korharmoniz:
All you see there is based on the Views module. Both blocks you mention, are just 2 contents of a content type named “Home Block”. When you edith them, a content edition page will appear.
On the other hand, if you want to post there the latest article, you can remove those Views and the bottom “Recen News” block will came up. Anyway, If you decide to buy it, I recommend you to evaluate the possibility of keeping the “who we are?”, “What do we do?” blocks and addapt them to your needs. Perhaps a “What’s this?” or just a stats blocks… whatever you might think.
There’s no HTML code inside common blocks on those you see there. Just Views.
Thanks a lot for your interest.
Is this based off a specific starter theme? I was wondering if this was related to Omega in any way- http://drupal.org/project/omega
Hi there jfedick:
Corporate X is based on Zen theme and all responsive behavior was built for it.
It’s not related to Omega in any way (I mean dependency).
Thanks for asking.
are there css style documents who we can adjust?
i have issues of my images. they are not alined to the left side, one jumped more 2 the right side of the page.
is there also a way to make a flipbook article, i’ve made SWF files with indesign for turning pages.
is there also a way to make photo gallery like lightbox?
sorry for those many questions but i’m a newby with drupal
Hi ther MysteryDesigns:
Thanks for buying! No problem with the ammount of questions
You can adjust your CSS styles on the CSS files of the themes for the pages you create with no problem. I.E. if you want to adjust them for the normal screen size, do it on “sites/all/themes/corporate/css/r-screen-layout.css”. You can find more about the details of the CSS files of CorporateX on the docs: http://demos.doublemthemes.com/corporatex/documentation/2/#!/advanced
About the photogallery, you can do one using Drupal Colorbox plugin. You’ll first need to create a View and then set it up to use ColorBox. It’s a little advanced stuff, but I may assist you if you want (I mean guide you) to get it done.
If you want send me a private message via the “Contact form” at my profile page, is much more faster than posting here.
Can this theme be sub-themed? Do we need to get upgrades of this theme in the future if we do that?
Thanks for your comment!
Of course it can be subthemed, as any other Drupal Theme. Anyway, I recommend you to use it as it is. I’m not planning any major upgrades of 2.0 line ‘cause it’s very attached to Views itself. So if I make an update in the near future, you’ll only need to overwrite the theme folder, so “welcome” if you want to subtheme it.
I have two little questions and I hope you can help.
When I see the site on my desktop my “main menu” is there . But when I check the site on my mobile the main menu is away… so far so good. I checked your demo and there is for the mobile version the “jump main menu” visible. What I hve to do that the jump menu is only to see on the mobile ?
It is possible to display the results in two or three columns when I use the defined views(“Out Products” and “Portfolio Gallery 3…”). But I want ro create my own views. What do I have to do here to display the output in two or three columns ?
Thanks in advance.
Hi there PeKey:
The JumpMenu should work on your Mobile. Isn’t it?? Please, mail me via the contact form so I can take a look at your site.
About the Views, you can duplicate them, but you’ll need the CSS code that allows the Views to be responsive and work all around with the layout. If yo create new Views, then you’ll need to create new CSS code. Also, if you want to display the content in two or three columns then I’ll have to assist you with a sample (mostly copy/paste already code). Send me a private message.
My current project calls for a multilingual site. Will this theme work well with the popular Multilingual modules? I.e. Locale (core), Content Translation (core), Localization update, Localization client, Internationalization, and Variable? I looked through the FAQ and main page description and didn’t notice any notes regarding multilingual support.
Thanks! Nice job on this theme!
Hi there Dharmatech:
I haven’t used CorporateX for a multilingual site and I didn’t build the theme for supporting a language switcher, I mean, you have to do it iby your own CSS codes and place it where you want it.
Supporting the modules I can tell you it will. As it is Drupal, every modules works, of course. I recommend you to use i18n, is the one I use for building multilingual sites. The combination you mention is the best for doing it. I’ve worked a lot with i18n and variable.
Once again, you’ll have to place the CSS codes and adjutsing the look and feel of the switcher by our own. Of course, I could assis you on where.
Regarding multillingual support, sounds good, and thanks for the info!
So just to be sure, do you foresee any problems with placing a language switcher on the front page? I’m a Drupal newbie so once I get to that part I would appreciate tips with the CSS and placement.
It should not be a huge problem. Anice place for doing it might be just under the top bar, left or right aligned.
Has the theme been tested with Drupal 7.14? The main page mentions 7.12 .
Yes, you only need to update it as regularly Drupal does. I will update the downloadable packagge soon, but it’s 100% compatible.
Thanks for asking!!!
Jorge, thanks for the quick answers and support!
Hi! Minor bug report, not on the theme itself, but on the documentation (http://demos.doublemthemes.com/corporatex/documentation/2/). When I view the docs in Chrome, the text is quite small. When I use Chrome’s zoom to increase the font size, the text doesn’t increase in size.
I’m going to check this out. The documentations was generated using an app recommended by ThemeForest staff for it via http://revaxarts-themes.com/documenter/.
Hi! Another minor bug report for the documentation.
In the section “Theme Overview”, subsection “Theme Documentation”, there’s a link to what appears to be very outdated documentation (http://demos.doublemthemes.com/corporatex/documentation).
Thanks!! Seriously thinking on getting you on the team
In the included documentation, subsection “Technical details”, a bullet point indicates compatibility with IE 7 . However, the page on ThemeForest says IE 8 . Perhaps the included documentation out of date?
PS: I realize that these questions are more appropriate for the MM support forum. I’ve requested an account and will post questions there when it’s enabled.
Just created the forum account. Thanks for the note. IE7 is not supported anymore since version 2.0. I’m updating the doc.
In the included documentation, subsection “Purchaser’s Support”, there’s a link to “http://themeforest.net/user/jagutierrez” which appears to no longer be available. Perhaps that should be: “http://themeforest.net/user/DoubleMThemes”.
Thing is I released it before the username change here at ThemeForest.
I’ think I’ll need you on my review team!!!
I am following the instructions to set up my jQuery slider, but I don’t have any pre-built views under Views. Should they have been created at install, or do I need to create my own slideshow views?
Hi there dwcdev:
Thanks for buying!
If you don’t see any view, I suppose the database backup included with the package wasn’t loaded.
Did you selected the “Corporate X Installation Profile” described on step 3 of Intallation instructions? http://demos.doublemthemes.com/corporatex/documentation/2/#!/installing
If you choose another one, then all the included Views + Modules + Slideshow + Features won’t work.
I did use the install profile. The views module, etc., did install—just no accompanying defined views.
Could you please share your URL with me, so I can give it a look?
Is strange that only one SQL file enables some things and others no.
Send it to me via a private message.
I don’t have a public URL , as I am testing this on my local laptop server. After I test, I’m rolling it to production.
Maybe I’m not following the instructions perfectly. First, when I unzipped the zip file into my web root directory, Drupal didn’t give me the install profile option, so I unzipped the corporate* theme zip file into the webroot directory, and it picked it up. I selected the option, and it installed the modules, but not the data.
Also, on my live site, Drupal is installed via Softlacus. How do we install this package via Softlacus?
I think there might be the problem. The theme comes with drupal itself + the modules. If you want to install it over a softaculous one, you should overwrite every file.
Just exctract “corporatex_2.1.zip” file on your server and access it via your browser. There is where you need to select the installation Profile.
Let me know.
I didn’t specify, I didn’t use Softlacus on my test bed. I will use it when I install the production system. For my test bed, I followed the instructions and it didn’t seem to work.
Should I wipe it and re-install?
Yes, I recommend you to clean all and start installing again.
What directory should I place the Theme Documentation and Theme Files in?
Extract on any folder on your web root, perhaps named “cx2”, the zip file inside “Theme Files”.
Then access it via your web browser.
Looks like I had success. I think I may not have wiped my DB clean before.
After I test on my laptop, I need to install to my production hosting server. How can I install using the Softlacus script, that forces me to install Drupal 7.14?
Looks like it installed, but I don’t see any slider images, or images, like it does on the live demo.
About the Softaculous, just overwrite every file and then upgrade to Drupal 7.14 again. I’m releasing an update of Corporate X with Drupal 7.14 soon, but as it is really simple to upgrade, haven’t been so hurried up.
Now, once you installed, you didn’t see the Home Page just like the one of the demo??? I mean Slider + Products + Menu + News …
Yes, everything did install—I’m sorry I forgot to post that. I had a file permission issue first (since the paths assume Windows and I’m on Linux), but I fixed them and all is perfect!
Thanks for your help!
Great!! I hope you get the most of it.
Just purchased and am now trying to install theme on a hosted server that only gives me access to the admin menu.
The zip isnt uploading at Home>>Administration + Install new theme. It says there’s no .info file.
Am thinking I wont be able to use the theme in this type of hosted environment . Am I right or is there some way around this?
Hi there John:
If you’re installing on a working Drupal site it won’t work.
You have just to follow Intallation instructions http://demos.doublemthemes.com/corporatex/documentation/2/#!/installing
Hi again Jorge,
I dont have access to the file system the admin control it so that they can continuously update the drupal version
what can I do?
There’s no problem with upgrades. The Corporate X package contains a drupal where you can start from. The only requirement is that the admins overwrite your current installation with your current package. If not, you have another alternative:
1 – Upload only the files and folders on /sites/*
2 – Via phpMyAdmin (let me know if you have access) just drop all the tables and restore the backup located on /profiles/corporate_x/corporate_x.sql on your package of Corporate X.
3 – Once you finish the process, access your site, it should work ok.
I want to widen the very top region (where the logo and menu live) to make a little more room for the logo. What is the smartest way to do this?
HI there dwcdev:
Most of buyer who want to make this remove the Search box, or just move it away.
Then align the menu to the right.
I would also do it that way
Thanks Jorge, but where do I do this in CSS ? Also, where can I change the default fonts?
Yes, you can change the default font. Just be careful with the visual balance.
About where to make the CSS changes, just take a look at: http://demos.doublemthemes.com/corporatex/documentation/2/#advanced under the CSS Files section.
If I edit the title of one of the items under “Our Recent Products” on the front page such that it is much shorter than the examples (e.g. ‘Product A’), this is how it appears in IE 9 (looks good):
and this is how it shows up in Chrome (seems a little off):
Hi there Ed:
Just answered you on the forums (http://doublemthemes.com/forum/our-recent-products-ie-vs-chrome#comment-88) and posted the fix. Thanks for the note!!
Jorge—one more thing. How do I remove the Related Products areas? I removed the field from the content type, but it still remains.
I love the theme, by the way. I have a few more picked out I need to order up some licenses for…
Just access the content type display settings under http://yoursite.com/admin/structure/types/manage/services/display
And jump over the “Related Products” to the “Hidden Fields” right above it.
Thanks Jorge. I did try that at first, but they still display. I got this error:
Notice: Undefined index: default_image in image_field_update_instance() (line 505 of /home/(mysitename)/public_html/modules/image/image.module)
Please give a look at this forum topic. Let me know if it helps you out.
In fact, I just deleted the fields from the Service content type, and they still display.
please will you please give me a fix for this asap.
Hi there tdanial:
Have you tried reordering the blocks at the Structure -> Blocks section? In case you can’t, please send me a PM via the contact form so I can give it a look directly on your site and fix it.
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