After installing an extension, no matter what parameters you have set, the output does not come out right on the public site. Elements don't change appearance or may not be stylized at all.
What is happening?
The migration from Joomla 3.10 to Joomla 4 for Simplify Your Web extensions is fairly simple, but there are still a few rules to follow for a smooth transition.
After installing any of the Simplify Your Web extensions (or after moving the site to a different server with different settings), some users may experience issues with the extension's HTML output. No matter the setup, the output does not look anything like any of the demos or screenshots that the user has seen...
Feelings of disappointment occur (it should work from the start, right?). What is really happening?
This tutorial will help you diagnose the issue (or confirm it) and guide you to help you fix it.
Article Details Profiles is Article Details's pro version. Although using similar parameters (Article Details Profiles is offering many more options though), these two extensions work a little differently.
It is possible to add custom information for each individual article in Article Details Profiles, on top of the detailed information you can already show.
In order to do that, we can take advantage of 2 events that are available in the extension.
First, we need to be able to add the field type in the list of fields available for output and second, we need to set how the output will present itself for each article.
With this tutorial, you will be able to add:
You have just created a few custom fields for your articles, contacts or users in the Joomla console to realize that they are grayed out when you try editing them on the public side of your website. You are able to add data just fine in the console, so why not on the public side?
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.
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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