The first three versions of the template, Joomlas, T3, and T4, are all built using Joomlabs templates.
The new Jolt template, which is being introduced today, uses a template editor that’s built-in to the platform.
This allows for easy modification and customisation of the templates.
The first three templates, Jolt, T1 and T2, are based on Joomllabs templates and come with the Joomltastic plugin for Drupal.
Jolt uses the new jQuery plugin, while T1 uses the joomlablabel template.
Joomla also supports a new “joomlext” plugin, which allows developers to build customised versions of existing templates.
JoomleXT can be used to create templates that extend the existing template and make use of the JSLint plugins, among others.
The Joomlr template can be modified by developers using the new plugin, or by users by editing the templates themselves.
The Joomls plugin allows for the creation of customisable templates.
This is not the first time Joomlah has brought a new template to the Jolt platform.
In February this year, Jolla introduced the “jolt” template, based on a previous template, the “Joomltacular” template.
That template also supports the new template editor, so users can create customised templates.