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The standard output from Joomla! core can be overridden by adding code to the html directory in your template. Basic overrides are  
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The standard output from the Joomla! core can be overridden by adding code to the html directory in a template. Basic overrides are <code>your_template/html/modules.php</code> (overriding module output) and <code>your_template/html/pagination.php</code> (overriding pagination output); however, it is possible
html/pagination.php [override pagination output]
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but you can add override for any component or module.
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The standard output from the Joomla! core can be overridden by adding code to the html directory in a template. Basic overrides are your_template/html/modules.php (overriding module output) and your_template/html/pagination.php (overriding pagination output); however, it is possible


Detail to follow