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Setting up your website template:
HTML5 Responsive Design | More details & See section below.
KEY: MQs below indicates "media queries". The responsive css code for mobile located in the "media-queries.css". See section below and also support details.
MQs in this template affect the menu:
Important: When the MQs kick-in, some menu buttons will hide on mobile devices. See MQs section below.

Step 1:
This template includes 3 homepage options:
  • To use the default homepage, move the "OPTIONAL-No-Animation-Home.htm" and "OPTIONAL-Home.htm" into the "extras" folder.

  • To use the no animation homepage, move the "index.html" and "OPTIONAL-Home.htm" into the "extras" folder. Rename the "OPTIONAL-No-Animation-Home.htm" to "index.html".

  • To use the OPTIONAL-Home, move the "index.html" and "OPTIONAL-No-Animation-Home.htm" into the "extras" folder. Rename the "OPTIONAL-Home.htm" to "index.html".
Step 2:
EDIT HEADER: | More details | About jQuery includes
Edit the "logo.jpg" in the picts folder with your logo image. The header background HEX color can be found in the "style.css" file. A "logo.PSD" file is located in the "extras" folder. The default logo font used is 32 points "Geometry 231 BT" and 18 points for the slogan.

The header is a jQuery "include" in the "includes" folder named "header.htm". See options below for the right side header icons.

OPTIONAL PLAIN TEXT HEADER: To use the text header option: In the "includes" folder, rename the "header.htm" to "header-GRAPHIC.htm", rename the "header-TEXT-LOGO.htm" to "header.htm". Edit the text "YOUR WEBSITE TITLE" in the "header.htm" with your site name.

Step 3:
EDIT COPYRIGHT: | More details
In the "includes" folder, open the "footer.htm" in Notepad or any text editor. Near the bottom of this file edit the "" text with your name or company name. This will update the footer info on all pages. This file is a jQuery "include" file. Click link above for details.

Step 4:
EDIT CONTACT INFO: | More details
In the "includes" folder, open the "contact-info.htm" in Notepad or any text editor file and change the company name, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address (edit the email in 2 places). This will update the contact info on the contact page. The "contact-info.htm" is a jQuery include. This info is in a jQuery include file to help prevent spam emails. Click link above for details.

Step 5:
If you DO want to use the contact form, move the "No-Form-contact.htm" into the "extras" folder and see the links below. If you want to NOT use a form on the contact page, move the "contact.htm" into the extras folder and re-name the "No-Form-contact.htm" to "contact.htm".

Click for current info on setting up the template forms.

Click for info on adding more fields to the forms.

Click for changing form sizes or colors.

Step 6:
This template includes a text location link, a map window and a get directions form. Click link above to setup these 3 areas.

Step 7:
The homepage (index.html) includes a jQuery responsive slideshow application. In the "JQuery" folder replace 6 images, "imageJQR-1.jpg" through "imageJQR-6.jpg". Make your images 900 x 400 pixels. This will update the homepage animation. Click the link above for details and options.

"BLANK-OPTIONAL" jQuery images are located in the "extras" folder.

Text layered on the homepage images can be edited in Photoshop using the "imageJQR-template.PSD" in the "extras" folder. The font used is "AvantGarde Bk BT". Allwebco can custom edit this text for you for a small fee. See custom design in support.

The location of the "Next & Prev arrows" and colors for the round buttons can be edited in the "style.css" and the "responsive-slides.css" in the "jQuery" folder.

Step 8:
SETUP PRODUCT IMAGES: | Product gallery setup help
The fastest way to setup the product images is to simply replace the pictures in the "products" folder with your own by overwriting the files that are in there now and using the same generic names.

Product gallery thumbnails, named "product-?-?.jpg" in the "products" folder, are 150 x 100 pixels in size. Product large closeup view images, named "Fproduct-?-?.jpg", are 700 x 467 pixels. You can make these images any height you would like, but the 150 and 700 widths can only be changed by editing the "style.css".

EXAMPLE: SETUP PRODUCT GALLERY IMAGE 1-1: In the "products" folder replace the "product-1-1.jpg" with a 150 x 100 thumbnail image. Replace the "Fproduct-1-1.jpg" with a 700 x 467 .jpg of the same image. Open the "products-1.htm" page and check the first image on the page, click on the image to see that the closeup image is working. Once you setup the 1-1 image you can proceed to product image 1-2 or go to the next step and setup the first order form. Click link above for more details.

Step 9:
Paypal shopping cart forms have been included in the "products-?.htm" pages. Follow the steps below to setup the shopping cart pages. This template includes "Type 2" Paypal forms.
  1. Setup a Paypal merchant account.

  2. Edit the "view cart" "" email in 3 places total: In the "includes" folder edit this email in the "header.htm" in 1 place and in the "menu.htm" in 2 places. The view cart is the following link (edit only the email):

    This will update the 3 view cart buttons.

  3. You will edit the "5290739" in each form in the "products-?.htm" pages with your generated product number and edit or remove the options. This will be the following code:

    <input type="hidden" name="hosted_button_id" value="5290739">

    You only need to edit the "hosted_button_id" code and the options text in each form.

    Setup the 1st form: Edit the Paypal form 1-1 in the "products-1.htm" page. Find this note "START PAYPAL FORM 1-1". Click here for steps to setup the forms.

  4. Edit all forms as shown on the Paypal Type 2 Forms setup support page in the products html pages.

  5. Each form includes order options for the Paypal forms. These options can be edited or removed. See the Paypal Type 2 Forms setup support page.

  6. Your optional return page is named thanks-payment.htm. Include a full link to your domain to this page if you use the return option when generating the forms. You can optionally not set this while generating forms and use the Paypal default return page.

Step 10:
See options section below to edit the mega menu.

Step 11:
In the "faq.htm" edit the text between the "FAQ 1" notes area for FAQ question #1. Edit only the question and answer text and do not delete any of the other code in this area. Edit or remove the other FAQ questions on this page.

Step 12:
This template uses embedded YouTube video. Setup a free YouTube account, get the embed code from each video and replace the code in each video page. Replace only the following code highlighted below and do not remove the ?rel=0 and other Youtube options code at the end:

<iframe width="300" height="183"

Replace the 6 "video-?.jpg" thumbnail images in the picts folder to update the video menu. There is a "videothumb.PSD" in the "extras" folder with the play overlay.

Step 13:
EDIT RIGHT SIDEBAR: | jQuery includes
The sidebar is located in the "includes" folder and is named "sidebar.htm". Editing this file updates all pages at one time. This file is edited similar to an HTML page with some differences. Click for editing details.

Step 14:
EDIT FOOTER SOCIAL LINKS: | More details | jQuery includes
In the "includes" folder, open the "footer.htm" in Notepad or any text editor. Near the bottom of this file edit the 3 links with your social network links. Delete any line for a social link you do not need, or edit with a different icon image and link. Click links above for details.

Step 15:
This template includes a Paypal payment page called "payments.htm". Edit the "" in this page with your Paypal e-mail and you can use this page to accept custom payments by sending clients a link to this page and having them fill in the amount on the payment page.

Step 16:
PDF PAGE SETUP: | More Details
In the "PDF" folder, replace the "PDFsample1.pdf" through "PDFsample6.pdf" with your PDF files. Edit the "PDFgallery.htm" with info for your PDF files. Click link above for setup details.

Step 17:
EDIT PAGES: | Software choices | Notepad editing
Edit the text in all HTML pages with your website information. You can use Expression Web, Frontpage, Dreamweaver, any wysiwyg HTML editor or a text editor like Notepad. Take care not to delete any of the HTML tags that surround the text.

Step 18:
Open each of the HTML pages and change the titles (at the very top of the page) and also the description and the keywords with your product or service details. You can edit one page and copy and paste to the other pages. Be careful to only change what's inside the "" so you don't disturb the html code. Page titles are important so your site will get a good listing at Google, Yahoo! and other search engines.

Step 19:
UPLOAD: | More details
Upload the pages on to your hosting company's server using ftp software or Windows Explorer or your control panel. Be sure to upload all template files and folders and all files inside the folders. You do not need to upload the "extras" folder.

The Media Queries Responsive Code
More details | MQs in this template control many parts of each webpage to conform for mobile and tablet. The responsive MQs css classes are located in the "media-queries.css". 3 stages are used for max screen widths of 890, 740 and 482. As the browser width is made more narrow and each "stage" width threshold is reached, code defined in the "media-queries.css" will take effect changing the webpage layout. You can edit these sizes in the "media-queries.css" using any plain text editor.

The "media-queries.css" is for mobile and includes some of the same class names as the "style.css" to alter these classes as the browser width becomes more narrow.

The "menu-styles.css" has MQs at the bottom of the file used only for the menu. The menu does not use classes in the "media-queries.css" as a general rule, although you can use classes in any of the .css style files for the menu.

When editing any font sizes in this template you will need to edit the class in the "style.css", then edit the duplicate class in the "media-queries.css" to setup the mobile font sizes. See responsive support details.


MENU EDITING: | Mega menu editing | About jQuery includes
This template includes a "Mega Menu", or a menu that includes link lists, images and other HTML. The menu is a jQuery include file. It is setup as an include so you only need to edit one file to update all pages at one time. To edit the menu edit the "menu.htm" in the "includes" folder. You can edit all text and links in the "menu.htm" as well as copy and paste sections (or columns). Make backups of your "menu.htm" as you are editing!! Click link above for menu editing details.

All except 2 top level menu buttons hide on mobile using class "hidemenu3" in the "menu-styles.css". Smartphones can only display 2 column menus.

Each HTML page fades-in for about 1/2 second using class "#fadediv" in the "style.css". Edit the "#fadediv" in the "style.css" to change the fade-in color.

To remove the fade-in: Remove the script "PAGE FADE IN SCRIPT" in the "javascripts-footer.js" in the "includes" folder. Remove the background color for the class "#fadediv" at the top of the "style.css" or optionally just remove the <div id="fadediv"></div> in each HTML page.

ADDING PAGES: | More details
You can add pages to your website by copying and pasting any one of the pages and renaming it to whatever you need. You can then add links from the other pages, or add links to new pages by copying and pasting one of the links in the "menu.htm".

FONTS: | More details | Media Queries
This template uses Google Fonts. The code that "calls" the font files is the first line in the "style.css".

This template includes Media Queries css code. Edit font sizes in both the "style.css" and "media-queries.css". Click above for details.

You can change your font colors and sizes by editing the "style.css" with a text editor. You can find other font colors by clicking here. You can also change the font sizes in the "style.css" file. Change the class after the note "THE NEXT LINE CONTROLS THE FONT SIZE ON ALL PAGES" px size to change the font sizes or colors on all pages. Change the "title" px size to change all the title sizes.

PICTURES: | More details
You can replace all pictures with your own. Hover over any image to view the size. You will find all pictures in the "picts" and "menu-picts" and "JQuery" folders.

HEADER ICONS: | More details
The header right side has 2 icons for shop and cart. Click link above for options and details.

So all your pages will maintain a standard height a "pageheight" class with a "min-height" is included. Edit this height in the "style.css".

So all your pages will maintain a standard width three classes are included in the "style.css". Classes ".pagewrapper", "#contentbox" and "#contentbox-home".

The "site_map.htm" is linked from the index.html. It is best not to remove this link so search engines can find your site map and properly list all your pages when users search at major search engines.