Integrated Extensions

Third Party Extensions

There are several Third party extensions which have styled support, to reflect the elegant appearance of the theme, these are primarily JomSocial, K2, JComments and RokQuickCart.

RocketTheme Extensions

This is a listing of all the RocketTheme extensions that accompany the template release.

image RokNewsPager Module
RokNewsPager is an article previewer and rotator. It displays content articles, in a summarised form and, using Mootools based javascript transition, rotates through a series of pages displaying articles in a contracted list format.   Demo - Download - Documentation

image RokStories Module
Functional showcase module for displaying content items and their accompanying images in an interactive and versatile manner.   Demo - Download - Documentation
image RokAjaxSearch Module
Ajax powered module, allowing for interactive search of both local Joomla pages and the web with its Google integration.   Demo - Download - Documentation
image RokNavMenu Module
RokNavMenu is a foundational extension which is at the core of the inbuilt menu systems and is a requirement for all themes.   Demo - Download - Documentation
image RokBox Plugin
Javascript popup / litebox utility, can be used for images, links, videos, websites, PDFs and much more.   Demo - Download - Documentation
image RokCandy Component
A component that provides BBcode style functionality for Joomla for swift and easy implementation of complex code elements.   Download - Documentation
image RokGZipper Plugin
A performance plugin that compresses your CSS/JS files, resulting in faster page loads. Compatible themes only.   Demo - Download - Documentation
image RokTabs Module
Tabbed content module, perfect for maximising content exposure without sacrificing on site real estate. Built-in Mootools effects.   Demo - Download - Documentation
image RokPad Editor
A code editor with syntax highlighting, ajax saving and much more. Better than Joomla's No Editor.   Download - Documentation

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