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  • Carleton Project

    Carleton Virtual, a 3D virtual environment for Carleton University. We demonstrate that 3DVCs can be used as a learning tool
  • Archeological Excavation

    Carleton Virtual, a 3D virtual environment for Carleton University. We demonstrate that 3DVCs can be used as a learning tool by
  • Language Learning

    This project was designed to give students in an Academic ESL class a unique opportunity to practice speaking and collaborating
  • Persephone

    Persephone project is a trail blazing effort to use a virtual environment to offer a course on domestic violence that
  • CSI

    Immersive Crime Scene environment is designed to improve future police officers crime scene observation skills and collaboration skills. Facilitator can
  • Team Building

    Teams are the key resources for accomplishing work in organizations. Recent studies shows 60% of active professionals involved in virtual
  • Corporate Games

    They are fun fun fun! Games are not just for our kids to enjoy, right! Ready to jump around collect
  • Construction Site Safety

    The construction site training environment provides a way to train construction workers in a safe engaging environment.  An instruction can
  • WA Genesis

    WA Genesis is a place where people come to create, learn and interact with each other with the intention to

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Logo Editing

There are two methods of changing the Fracture logo: via the logo picker and manual change.

The Logo Picker

  1. Enable Logo and set to Custom at Admin → Extensions → Templates Manager → rt_fracture → Features.
  2. Set Logo Picker to either RokGallery or MediaManager.
  3. Select your logo, Insert and Save

Logo Panel
 

Select Logo
 

Manual Change

  1. Enable Logo and set Type to Fracture.
  2. Upload logo.png to the
    /templates/rt_fracture/images/logo/*style* directory
  3. Clear your browser cache and refresh.

If you cannot see your new logo, ensure you have uploaded it to the right directory and the directory permissions are writeable. Enquire with your hosting provider.

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Installation Instructions

The following is a guide that covers how to set up your new Fracture template on your Joomla! site. Here you can find an overview of the files included in the Fracture release and instructions on installing and activating the template in your Joomla! install.

Note: The Bundle Template is only necessary if the Gantry Library is not installed at /libraries/gantry directory.


Step 1 - Installation

  1. Install from Admin → Extensions → Extensions Manager
  2. Browse for rt_fracture.zip and click Upload & Install
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Step 2 - Template Default

  1. Make the template default at Admin → Extensions → Template Manager
  2. Select rt_fracture
  3. Press Make Default
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RocketLauncher Instructions

We always recommend installing a RocketLauncher first to trial and understand the template more effectively. It must be installed as new, and not over an existing Joomla install.


Step 1 - Upload

  • Download the RocketLauncher
  • Unzip the file
  • Upload the created folder to your server

Note: You can upload all the files via FTP, or use cPanel or SSH to upload the zip and unzip directly onto the server. Enquire with your hosting provider.


Step 2 - Installation

  • Go to www.yoursite.com/*folder name*
  • Follow the Installation instructions
  • Ensure you click Install Sample Data during installation
  • Remove the installation folder in the Installation interface