[Release] JSN BuildUp - An Ideal Template For Construction Sites
JSN BuildUp template is the first surprise that we proudly bring to you in this September. Get inspiration from many customers' demands, JSN BuildUp is a well responsive Joomla template with the designs specialized for construction websites , e-commerce stores for equipment , and housing rental services . Let's take a deep look at this template and...
I have bumped into many problems while getting acquainted with Joomla so I have collected these 10 most popular Joomla FAQs with the hope that you - Joomla newbies - will learn it faster and easier.
Here they are:
1. What is the difference between a template and an extension?
2. Should I use Joomla 1.5/1.7 to build my website?
3. If I switch to use another Joomla template, will the current information be lost?
4. How to edit Joomla templates?
5. How to place an internal link into an article?
6. How to remove article directories?
7. How to get videos to play on my Joomla website?
8. How to remove or change the "Welcome to the FrontPage" title?
9. Where to get Joomla templates and Joomla extensions?
10. Which books do I need to learn more about Joomla?
If you are interested in them, let's get more details:
If you're non-photographers, I know for sure that you, designers or bloggers, are in need of free images for your websites, brochures or blogs most of the time. I understand it perfectly as I am not a photographer either. This means we hate having to look for images uploaded by other photographers.
In this post, I will share with you some good sources for free stock photos. You can use them in whatever format you like; but remember that you should be careful in regard to copyright laws when you choose images. According to the Berne Convention, a photo is copyrighted from the moment it is taken. When the photo is uploaded onto a website and you happen to fall in love with it, then want to use it in your own product, you must cite the photographer’s name and the source.
Here are a few good free stock photos that I've collected. These free image sources usually cooperate with commercial image sites as advertising channels. That's why there are some fee-required images inserted in free image sites at times. You need pay attention to this in order to avoid being directed to somewhere else. No worries,in this article I will advise you of the sources that partner-up with commercial image sites.
Overview If you use Joomla to build websites, the question “Which Joomla extensions should all websites not be without?” must come to mind, at least...
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If you use Joomla to build websites, the question “Which Joomla extensions should all websites not be without?” must come to mind, at least once. That is the reason why there are plenty of articles with the key phrase “Must-have Joomla extensions” on the Internet.
Each article has its own list of essential extensions based on the author’s experience and here you are going to see another list that helps you build solid websites.
Before going on with ten more Joomla 1.7 native extensions, we hope that you are all pleased with our first ten Joomla 1.7 extensions in round 1.
Compatibility: Joomla 1.0 & 1.5 & 1.7
License: GPLv2 or Later
Mosets Tree is a directory component for Joomla! You can use Mosets Tree to run a complex Yahoo! style directory directly inside your Joomla website. Mosets Tree is designed to handle any data that requires a directory structure such as a business directory, links directory or scripts directory. Because Mosets Tree runs on Joomla!, you have infinite possibilities to include more features to your website by using third party extensions from Joomla! Extensions Directory.
Mosets Tree is the directory extension that powers Joomla! Extensions Directory. These guys have been extremely excited to be working with the Joomla! Team to develop JED. Every feature you see in the Extensions Directory is available in Mosets Tree, except for a few customizations that are specific to Extensions Directory.
If you've heard of the Joomla Extensions Directory (JED) in one of our blog posts and had a look at it, you will find that a great number of new Joomla 1.7 extensions have been releasing every day by developers across the globe.
In our blog post, we'd like to compile the most popular Joomla 1.7 Extensions from JED based on following criteria:
The extension is Joomla 1.7 Native, of course.
The extension gets 4.5 star rating or more
The extension has at least 50 votes from users
The extension receives good reviews from users
The extension belongs to featured categories such as Editor's Picks, Popular Extensions and Most Favored.
All above things mean: Users are satisfied with the quality as well as usability of the extensions.
The first round includes ten extensions. We hope you love them all.
Illustration of Product Version View with the detail comparison feature
You've used Joomla templates from JoomlaShine for your website and upgraded to a new version many times. However, have you ever wondered what has changed in the recent installation package? Alternatively, you worry that there's something that conflicts with customizations you have made. If you have, then here you are! We have released a special feature - Product Version View that can help you check the detailed modifications made to each template version. With this tool, you can maintain or customize your template code easily, right now.
Last time, we introduced you to Joomla Extension Directories (JED); and in this second part, you are going to find out how to locate a specific Joomla extension on JED Search System.
JED Search is a good tool for you use to look for Joomla extensions. We recommend you use the Advanced Search for better results.
Since the birth of the first version of Joomla CMS, the permission system has had serious limitations for Joomla! Users. The permission system is implemented by the access control list (ACL). With a new Joomla 1.7 ACL you are able to define who has permission to do what on the website, to login, access, create, edit or delete the content. With the release of Joomla 1.7 the ACL is much more sophisticated. In this article I'll give you a detailed explanation what the ACL is and how it can help you in customization of User Groups. For a better understanding of the great value of the ACL in this article you will see a comparison between Joomla 1.5 and Joomla 1.7.
An understanding of the ACL includes 3 important concepts: User Groups, Access Level and Permission. Let's take a closer look at the purpose and functionality of each of these.
Looking for the Joomla Service Providers is not so hard - Google does it all. You can also upload your project on freelancer marketplaces, where hundreds of experts are willing to take it over with reasonable price. However, ensuring that they can give you good service is another story. You might often get confused. I do.