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UTransport FAQs

These FAQs are UTransport specific. For general product and service FAQs, please read the General FAQs found here.

Users with a valid UTransport subscription will have access to the support forums. Please do not post support questions in the 'Questions about UTransport' forum - this forum is intended for pre-sales questions and support questions will not be answered.

Any user with a valid subscription will have access to downloads and support until their subscription expires.

You must be logged in with a valid subscription to access the downloads area. All downloads for UTransport and related languages and documentation can be found here.

TAGS: downloads

If you would like to customize layouts for UTransport views, there are a several different ways you can do this. Depending on the level of customization, these can be accomplished with pure css, template overrides, or alternative layouts.


If you simply need to modify the look of an existing view without creating a whole new layout, you can normally accomplish this with css. UTransport supports editing css via the admin panel or you can add custom css in your template's css files or create a new UTransport css file to include with the template (you may need to contact your template developer for more information).


If you would like to customize the entire layout of a view, you can create template overrides. Template overrides will allow you to customize layouts as much as you'd like and these changes will not be overwritten when updating to newer versions of UTransport. Please note, however, that overrides may become outdated after updating to newer versions of UTransport/Joomla and cannot be supported. More information on template overrides can be found here.

Alternate Layouts

Sometimes you just need to override a module, but not all instances of that module. In this case, you will want to create an alternate layout. Alternate layouts are optional custom layouts which can be applied to any or all module instances. More information on alternate layouts can be found here.

TAGS: customize