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Is Your Car Safe?Very few things get more use and abuse than your car or truck and very few things are depended upon as much.  Nothing will change your daily routine faster than car trouble.

Preventative maintenance and routine inspections of your automobile by trained and certified technicians are the key to dependability and peace of mind.

Color Chooser

The popular return of the color chooser in Meridian makes a second appearance, in a more conservative and complimentary format. There are several options to choose from to supplement the elegance and ease of use with the template. Simply go to the template manager to change a variety of styles and colours.

Color Chooser


The options are as follows, and the areas that they control are indicative in their name:-

  • Body Style
  • Header Style
  • Title Colour
  • Body Colour
  • Body Link Colour

Creating your own presets

With Meridian, we provide a series of preset configurations for the color chooser which you and your visitors can select from. However, if you wish to set or change these yourself, the process is extremely simple.

  1. Login into the Joomla Administrator
  2. Go to Extensions > Template Manager > rt_meridian_j15
  3. Set Preset Styles to Custom
  4. Now, choose all the colour options you wish from the several options available, as well as the Overlay Texture value
  5. Hit the Custom Styles button in the Button menu, located in the upper right of the template manager
  6. This will output all the values into the Custom Style Output box, situated below the 4 options. Copy the outputted code from this box
  7. Open the file styles.php which is located within the /templates/rt_meridian_j15/ directory
  8. Locate the following code block.
    $stylesList = array(
    	'style1'  => array('light', 'header1', "#cc0000", "#333333", "#9F9964"),
    	'style2'  => array('dark', 'header1', "#6DAA12", "#999999", "#5E72C0"),
    	'style3'  => array('beige', 'header1', "#81000A", "#3F3F37", "#4E9C96"),
    	'style4'  => array('blue', 'header1', "#2B4F5E", "#3E7288", "#E6842F")
    );
    
  9. Edit that block to meet your needs, either by remove the code between $stylesList = array( and ); and copying in the code directly, or adding the new style code to the list of current styles or whatever method you prefer.
    Ensure that you only edit the code in between $stylesList = array( and ); and ensure it is the right format otherwise you will receive errors
  10. Save, and upload the file to your site.