Calendars are a visual way to represent dates associated with an article.
The Latest News Enhanced modules (free and pro) and the free Article Details plugin offer such possible display.
Despite the default style appeal, it is possible, just with a little help from CSS, to change the look of it and make it your own.
There is no contact menu item (or contact view) in Joomla! out-of-the-box allowing the creation and edition of contacts in the front end of a site. But there is a way for registered users to create their own contact entry and edit it when you have Trombinoscope Contacts Pro.
Adding the Google reCaptcha on forms limits the amount of spam you may be getting, but not all spam can be filtered for several reasons:
Although there is nothing you can do about the spam you receive, you can still check your Google reCaptcha settings and ensure that they are optimized for your situation.
Go to the Google reCaptcha administrator console.
Access the settings.
Go down to the
security preferences section
Set the security to most secure. This will present the challenges to more users, but it will definitely limit more illegitimate ones.
Latest News Enhanced Pro can easily help you add share buttons to items. Starting with v4.11, although the list of available social networks has been extended, you may want to add your own network (or other sharing capability). This tutorial will show you how you can add the Tumblr button to the list.
The Article Details Profiles extension can easily help you add share buttons to Joomla articles. Starting with v5.2, although the list of available social networks has been extended, you may want to add your own network (or other sharing capability). This tutorial will show you how you can add the Tumblr button to the list.
Over the past few months, a large number of users have asked my help in finding out what was wrong with their website, even after installing the jQuery Easy plugin.
In this article, I will try and address ways of fixing these issues, with the help of the plugin.
Since the plugin has been available online, many issues were presented to me and frankly, some websites can become a real mess when so many extensions use there own jQuery code. Forget about jQuery and MooTools conflicts! jQuery conflicts alone are mostly taking websites down to their knees.
Here is a case study I wanted to share, as I was researching the best way to correct such a mess, with the help of the jQuery Easy plugin. In this study, we will handle jQuery/MooTools conflicts and allow jQuery extensions to use their own variables.
This set of articles have been created in order to increase people's awareness about the Simplify Your Web products.
It is aiming to show how those products can be used and point out not-so-well-known functionality.
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