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Apr

How to upgrade from Template Developer Package to All-in-one Package

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Hello guys,

The All-In-One package has been launched in recent days and many lucky customers grabbed it at a very special price.

However, for those who bought Template Developer Package (including all templates) and want to upgrade to All-In-One package (including all templates and all extensions), please follow these easy steps to own all Joomlashine products:

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Aug

How to upgrade Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.1

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Joomla! 3.0 was released a long time ago (and now the latest version is Joomla 3.1.x), so if you want to upgrade your website from Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.1, you can follow the steps below to upgrade your Joomla website. Let's take a look!

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05
Jun

Customize Joomla Extensions With Override

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We all know that Joomla is a fantastic CMS for building professional websites. The JED (Joomla Extension Directory) is full of components, modules and plugins that can add almost any type of functionality to any Joomla site. That's great and all but what if you find a component or module that gives the functionality needed but the output and layout is not exactly what you want? A big mistake that some developers and webmasters make is going in and editing the core code of an extension. Joomla makes it easy by allowing overrides.

What is an Override?

An override is a copy of an extensions layout/template file that is placed in your Joomla template directory. You can then customize it to your liking. The difference with doing this as oppose to just editing the file in the extension directory is that when you upgrade Joomla or the extension, your changes will not be replaced with the new versions. Joomla knows to look in the overridden file first, then the actual extensions file.

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May

6 more Joomla! Template Framework solutions for developers

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Have you ever read our hottest blog post "9 Joomla! Template framework solutions for developers"? It's amazing, right? Do you want to know more? Let's get started with the part 2! New Joomla! template frameworks are waiting for you to explore!

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May

Joomla! 2.5 Form, what are the 5 best extensions?

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To choose one Joomla! 2.5 form extension, first you might go to the Joomla Extension Directory, but there you see more than 30 form extensions, and you have no time to try all of them. Moreover, you might worry about paying for an extension, is it suitable, is it worth the money, does it have good support? Therefore, based on my experience and user reviews, I've chosen the 5 best Joomla 2.5 form extensions for you. There are both free and commercial extensions. Check them out below.

5 Joomla forms | Joomla Form Extensions

Why and when you should choose Joomla forms?

There are many types of forms and in many cases when you need one. If you start a company, you might need a form for the "Contact Us" field or a form for "Recruitment" purposes. When you launch new products, you need to collect Customer feedback, so another form is necessary. Normally, Joomla users think about using the built-in form in Joomla, however with this you cannot use the Captcha to prevent spam, and in addition it doesn't have an "attachment" feature, so it's limited use. Therefore, you need to choose 3rd party extensions.

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