Download Free Blue Joomla 1.6 template

Joomla 1.6/1.7/2.5 template #47-6273

BlueMin is one of our best looking Joomla 1.6 themes and the best part is that it's FREE. The template is elegant, simple and have a nice blue design. Download this joomla template for free. FIXED: Works with IE7.
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Download Free Blue Joomla 1.6 template, 3.5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings

16 thoughts on “Download Free Blue Joomla 1.6 template”

  1. In the template there are no menus. With the default theme (Beez2) there is the menu. Is there a bug in your template? What can I do?

    BTW: The same problem exists in the Redaura-theme!

  2. Hello,

    I want to list all contacts (I realized it with original ‘Contacts’-component) from a categorie. That works fine but it doesn’t look very well in the table from the Redaura/Blueaura-template. There is no space between the columns, no table-lines. So I shortly switched to the default template (beez20) and then there was a good structured table.
    Can you help me to put the code from the other template in your template so that only just the contact-table will be changed? Or have you got another idea?

    Thanks a lot!

  3. The Initial Joomla Logo Is Still There.. I m trying But Still Cant Remove That Logo.. Please help me Out How Can I Do It And Put A Personal Logo On The Site.

  4. To remove the logo, take the logo you want to show on the website. This logo might be presently in png, jpeg, gif or some other file format. you have to transform it to an icon file, with a .ico extension, having a 16 X 16 dimension. Go the website follow the instructions there and create your icon. Take the icon to you template folder in use and copy and paste it the. rename it to favicon.ico. overright the existing favicon.ico file. go to your browser, clear the cache according to your browser, and the refresh your site. your new logo will be on the tab

  5. I’m sorry but it is impossible to reinstall once the template is modified. I changed the banner inside the images folder and edited the code so that I wouldn’t see the default logo. But once I upload it to Joomla it’s just invisible. Although it says that the template was installed successfully it just won’t show up anywhere! I’ve already tried the Discover function but it’s absolutely no use. Nor can I edit the banner in Joomla itself because there is no option to change the header image other than in the site folder. I’m just completely frustrated. I’ve also tried to save the edited template in Zip format but that’s no use either because when I try to upload it I only get ‘Unknown Format Error’. Please tell me what I can do! I want to solve this issue as soon as possible.


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