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Hello,
i've tried your free Scarlett Template. Liked it very much. Never had to search anything in the documentation - understood it immediately.
Absolutely perfect.

Sometimes i need a one-pager Template. Is there one of the templates recommend for use as a one-pager?

Thanks for your answer!
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Hello

In theory any Joomla template can be used as a one pager. You simply add an anchor to any part of your content and you can then link to that anchor using the External URL option and setting the URL to #your-anchor. A HTML anchor looks like the following...

<div id="your-anchor"></div>


The above anchor can be added to a custom module or within an article.

With our latest template (Kaylee) we have added to features specific to one pagers.

  • An offset option in the template settings. This allows you to set an offset on the anchor in pixels. Handy if you have a sticky header covering the top of a page and you find your anchored content is been covered by it when linked to.
  • Smooth scrolling. Basically an animated scroll to any clicked anchor.


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