Monthly Archives: August 2011

‘corePHP’ Expanding Support Team

Over the course of the past few months, our products have seen a drastic increase in sales and support questions. Due to the increase, we needed a more robust support team, so we’d like to welcome top-notch support specialists Collin Ferguson and Matt Garlets to our team. Andy will no longer be alone in the fight against bugs and configuration problems.

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WordPress for Joomla! 3.2.1 now available

This release has been a long time coming and we are excited it is here. You will now have access to more plugins, and we have also fixed many bugs.


  • You now have the ability to create multiple menu links to different blogs
  • Added link back to Joomla for Admins in the dashboard
  • Avatars from JomSocial or CB now override all gravatars
  • New dashboard design
  • Faster and lighter!
  • A new distraction-free zen writing mode where controls disappear and only content is visible. You can even write in full-screen mode!

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Community ACL now available on github

Community ACL is a powerful tool for Joomla! 1.5 framework enhancing the basic ACL levels that was shipped with Joomla! 1.5.  The software provides our customers the ability to manage their site user’s ACL levels with it’s powerful and intuitive interface. Over the past 2 years Community ACL has been the superior choice for our customers and Joomla! users allowing for it to be a staple part of ‘corePHP’ online business. Today we announce the official release of Community ACL on github, so now you can get our flagship $79/yr product for free!

So what does all of this mean?

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jomDefender 1.2 for Joomla 1.5 to 1.7 adds file integrity and more

Today, jomDefender 1.2 is released with support for Joomla 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7.

The following features have been added:

File integrity checks

When enabled this function will go through all of the files in your Joomla installation. It will check size, ownership, permissions, last modified time and file checksum, all this information is stored in the database. Each time the cronjob is ran it will check the files for any differences. If any file is different than previously checked, an email will go out with information to the administrator. This information can be used to alert of any hacked files or new files in the system.
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