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Your Guide to Using the Voxel Template for Joomla


Voxel, the May 2012 template release, is a magazine orientated design. Its elegant and engaging style provides a rich back-drop to your site content. The new RokSprocket Mosaic layout provides a powerful mechanism to easily show content, in a dynamic fashion.

The template has support for various RocketTheme Extensions, as well as a beautifully styled menu, amongst other features, such as the Gantry Framework.

NOTICE: Voxel is a Joomla 3.x Template.


  • Apache 2.2+ or Microsoft IIS 7
  • PHP 5.3.10+ (PHP 5.5+ Recommended)
  • MySQL 5.1+
  • Joomla 3.4

NOTE: Gantry v3.2.19+ is required for Voxel to work correctly. For more details on the Gantry Framework, please visit its dedicated website.

Key Features

  • Joomla 3.x Compatible
  • 12 Preset Styles
  • 82 Module Positions
  • 11 Styled and 26 Structural Module Suffixes
  • Powerful Core Gantry Framework
  • iPhone/Android viewing support
  • RokSprocket Mosaic Layout Integration
  • Integrated Styling for K2
  • Custom Content Typography
  • Fusion MegaMenu & Splitmenu
  • Load Transitions
  • FF, Safari, Chrome, Opera, IE8+ Compatible
  • W3C XHTML 1.0 / CSS Valid

Responsive and fixed versions of this template are available from the template's download page.

RokSprocket Mosaic Layout

Mosaic, a new template layout for RokSprocket, that presents content in a dynamic and interactive grid structure; perfect for magazine sites. The grids auto-align, so it does not matter if you have different sizes for images or text.

Intuitive User Interface

RokSprocket is a very powerful and full featured extension that is a real game-changer when it comes to displaying content in Joomla. The module itself, follows RokGallery’s revolutionary approach to UI and implements a stunning new compound filter system based on OS X’s Finder functionality.

Styled Support for K2

K2 is an integrated solution for Joomla! similar to CCK for those acquainted with Drupal. Using K2, you can transform your Joomla! website to a news or magazine site.

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