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Joomla Template 32835 is specifically a Joomla 1.6 Template that was composed by our webmaster artist Cowboy.

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Flex site template with orange, white, and black colors. There is a man looking off into the distance with a short beard and his hand by his ear in the background. There is an orange and black navigation area with a white and orange logo which says Flex and can be customized in the header. The footer is black and has white text in multiple columns. Flex Business Joomla Template 32835 has a width of 1200 pixels and is available in the following sources: .PSD, and .PHP. Software required includes Winzip 9+ (Windows) or Stuffit Expander 10+ (Mac) for uncompressing .zip files, Adobe Photoshop CS+, Adobe Dreamweaver 8+ (or any php-editor), and Joomla! 1.6.x. It has had a total of total of 6 downloads since it first appeared.

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  • Tom Meikle
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Does this template run on Joomla 1.7 as 1.6 has become superseded since August 2011. Will it be compatible with Joomla 2.5 coming out next month?
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Hi Tom!

This template was created for Joomla version 1.6 and has not been tested with any other versions. So we guarantee that it will work with 1.6, but not with version 1.7 or any other version. Depending on exactly what changed in Joomla between 1.6 and 1.7 the template may already work as it is, or it may require you to make changes to get everything to work correctly.

I did a little research for you and found that it seems like the majority of users have no problem going from 1.6 to 1.7 according to the Joomla forums. However a few people did have some issues with warning notices that they had to do a little work to get rid of. For the most part it sounds like the templating system's are both compatible with each other though, but again I cannot guarantee that.

As far as Joomla 2.5 coming out next month. That is a major version change release and that increases the likelihood that you may run into problems getting the template to work as is with that version of Joomla.

Overall basically the further you get away from the version the template was created for, the chances increase that you may have some issues you need to fix. I hope that helps with your questions!
  • Tom Meikle
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Thanks, I'm still trying to get my head around whether it's necessary to upgrade Joomla with each development or if it's ok to just use the older version that supports the template. The problem to me, seems to be that templates could quickly go out of date if it became important to keep up with security releases.
Thanks for your comments, I like this template and would love top use it but I might wait until the next release of Joomla and see if any further info comes out of it.

Thanks again.
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Hi Tom,

I would have to agree with you in that you should update if they have any release that has security fixes. It would not be worth it to have your entire system compromised. Typically those releases won't cause any issues, unless it has been a long time since you upgraded and there were feature changes as well included in your update.

In any system I have worked with, that is unfortunately just one of the things you have to consider when using any open sourced backend system like Joomla. They have regular updates and sometimes (usually not often), they break parts of your site that you may have to fix. Or they come out with a new feature that you really want to have that you have to add support in the template for.

When and if you get this template I would advise placing it on a test area of your website first unless you are starting from scratch. Then try and update it to the latest version. In the future if you are debating upgrading to a major release change it might be a good idea to copy your entire website over to a test or development area and to try and upgrade that first to see if it causes any problems. If it does then you know you have the time to figure out the issue and get it resolved. There would be nothing worse than having downtime and all the stress associated with that.

The main things to look for in the major release change is to see if they are using the same templating system, a completely new one, or a modified one. Eventually after it has been out for awhile they will probably release some sort of documentation on how to migrate from 1.x to 2.x Joomla installations. After Joomla 2.5 is out we will likely start having templates built for that as well, so you might keep checking back to see what we have as well if you want something already made for that release.

One last thing to keep in mind is that if down the road you ever have problems upgrading or get stuck with something, we are generally here for simple advice to point you in the right direction. If you aren't comfortable doing something on your own we are also available at an additional charge to do the work for you. Our billing rate for those services are $150/hr, but we can give you a full quote in advance and tend to be quicker than most. You are also welcome to use any freelancer or someone in your local area you are comfortable with.

I hope that helps and gives you a few things to think about for down the road when you make your decision on what to do.
  • Tom Meikle
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Thanks for your useful comments. I won't be developing my website for several months and so will most likely be moving to Joomla 2.5. I might wait and see what's available nearer the time. It's just that the template you have here is perfect, so I'll keep my eye on it over the next month or so, it may be it'll work fine with Joomla 2.5.

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