Tag Archives: new release

Frustrated Joomla E-commerce Developers: Let There Be Light!

Sometimes, you just gotta GO for the money. Introducing paGO e-commerce component from 'corePHP'

Why we stopped using other e-commerce carts for Joomla and created a new one that works.

The first time we integrated a Joomla-powered e-commerce extension into one of our client sites was just over seven years ago. It was the best Joomla e-commerce extension available at the time, and we knew it would require a lot of work-arounds and core hacks to operate properly. That was the price one had to pay back then, when it came to e-commerce extensions for Joomla! Continue reading

jomMobile: the free Joomla! mobile app for iOS and Android

Manage your Joomla! site on the go with jomMobile!
‘corePHP’ is excited to share this app with you, we had a chance to beta test the app since it was in its early stages, and it has now been released in the App store and in the Android market. jomMobile has everything you would expect from a free Joomla! mobile app. The app is 1.7 compatible, so if your site is not 1.7, upgrade now!

Here is a quick overview of what you can do with the app:

  • Manages 1 site
  • Article Manager – View/Add/Edit/Delete
  • Category Manager – View/Add/Edit/Delete
  • Menu Manger – View/Edit/Delete
  • User Manager – View only

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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.

Improvements:

  • 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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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. Continue reading

Our new plugin makes CSS3 in IE (and any other browser) easy!

What is this?

Anyone who has tried to add CSS3 to their site knows how difficult and time consuming it is to figure out the correct code for the correct browsers. Also, how do I make it work with IE? Wonder no more! With the Automated CSS3 Generator Plugin all you need to do is enter the values for the CSS3 you need and it does the rest. It also only outputs the CSS for the browser you are using so you won’t need 4 lines of CSS to do a simple rounded corner anymore. Continue reading

jomCDN 1.2.0 New Release!

Yes, you read it right – it’s another release! We are obsessed with speed here at ‘corePHP’ and we can’t keep our hands off this extension. What’s new? Read on!

We are now supporting another CDN service provider, Rackspace Cloud Files. This new release allows you to use a new CDN service instead of Amazon, giving you more flexibility and control!

We have also integrated jomCDN with Yahoo’s Smush.it service. Smush.it optimizes images, giving you the smallest image size without losing any image quality. Use it to effortlessly optimize your website!

Enjoy,

If you use jomCDN, please post a rating and a review at the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

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jomCDN 1.1.0 Released!

It’s been almost 2 months since our first release of jomCDN, and we have received great feedback from the community. I am proud to say that no bugs have been found since the release! We have received a lot of requests to support more file types to send to the CDN. With our new release, the plugin will automatically send the following file extensions to the CDN:

Documents: .pdf, .doc, .docx, .log, .rtf, .txt, .wks, .xls, .xlsx.
Data: .csv, .dat, .key, .pps, .ppt, .pptx, .xml.
Music:  .aif, .aac, .iff, .mid, .m3u, .midi, .mpa, .mp3, .ra, .wav, .wma.
Video:  .3g2, .3gp, .asf, .asx, .avi, .flv, .mov, .mp4, .mpg, .rm, .swf, .wmv.
Compressed: .7z, .deb, .gz, .pkg, .rar, .sit, .sitx, .tar.gz, .zip, .zipx.

In addition to all of these new extensions, we have added a field so that you can add any extensions that we did not add by default. This way you have complete control!

So… what’s next? We plan to add support for other CDN service providers, and we also have a few additional features on the way!

Hope you enjoy this update!

If you use jomCDN, please post a rating and a review at the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

jomCDN version 1.0.1 release – conflict issue fixed

This is a release to fix one issue that some users have been experiencing – a conflict between jomCDN and JomSocial. They both had the same class name for Amazon S3, therefore causing a fatal error. This is fixed now, and you can download the new plugin. To upgrade simply install the new version over the previous one, and your configuration will not be deleted.

We appreciate all the great support we have received for this extension. We are excited to continue improving it by adding multiple domain support, more CDN services, and support for more file types.

Thank you all!

WordPress for Joomla! version 3.0.1.2

WordPress for Joomla! 3.0 has been out for a little over a month, and it has been great! We are extremely close to hitting our 300th subscriber! We’ve come across a few issues that we did not envision, and the fixes are listed below. The biggest problem has been using WordPress for Joomla! when the URL suffix is set. There were also some template issues that are now fixed.

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