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Custom templates are the key to making a Joomla!-driven website stand out. In Joomla! 1.5 Creating and Editing Custom Templates, Jen Kramer McKibben offers instruction and insight to help Joomla! users create eye-popping websites. Jen starts with the basics, like how to add the Joomla! template codes to a static HTML layout, install the template package, and clean up styling after installation. She also shows how to make multiple layouts within the same Joomla! template, configure menus and submenus, and more. Exercise files accompany the course.
So let's write a style for that. # footer div.moduletableleft, # footer div.moduletableright. And we are going to float left. So you can see that those two items are now floated left, next to each other. For the moduletableleft, that's the copyright statement, I am going to give it a bit of the margin on the left hand side to move it over from the left a little bit, instead of being squashed up against the side. So footer div.moduletableleft. Now, we will have a bit of a margin there. That will move it over a little bit more.
So before we decide that this is completely done, let's copy and paste in the styles into our Joomla! style sheet and do a double check to make sure this is what we really want. So once again Ctrl or Command+A, Ctrl or Command+C to copy, back to the Joomla! website, Edit CSS, default.CSS edit, and Ctrl+A, Ctrl+V, and save. And let's go back to the website and refresh and we scroll to the bottom.
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