A final Joomla! 1.6 version (1.6.5) has been released, fixing an issue encountered in the Extension Manager Update. For this reason, it is strongly recommended that you update to version 1.6.5 prior to updating to version 1.7.0, which will be released on July 19.
Yesterday the Joomla Project has provided availability of Joomla 1.6.4. This security release corrects four security issues and fixes an issue relating to version upgrades. Note that the upgrade to version 1.6.4 should be done before upgrading to version 1.7.0 (due out in July).
In the last few days we have released few important updates of our extensions and templates dedicated to Joomla! 1.6.
We are presenting our new, totaly free module dedicated to Joomla! 1.6 - Stock GK4.
Follow the sudden rise and fall of stock values with GK Stock. Using Google Finance API, get free stock quotes from all companies quoted on major world markets, offering useful and free information about fluctuations in stock price that gears all stock markets exchange.
JomSocial 2.2 is almost ready, since Mar 11 20011 is available a version 2.2 RC1. Changes are few, one of the most important, however, remain a possibility to install in Joomla! 1.6. See what changes to the extension developer is preparing for the next version.
The Joomla Project announces the immediate availability of Joomla 1.6.1.
This is a security release.
The Production Leadership Team's goal is to continue to provide regular, frequent updates to the Joomla community. Learn more about Joomla! developement at the Developer Site.
Imagine two situations, you need to publish one or more modules on the subpage, but without the unnecessary publication of the article or component. Second, you have no programming knowledge, and having a useful php code you want to use it as a module.
Perhaps the biggest advantage and disadvantage of every OpenSource CMS is that anyone can download full source code, from any corner of the earth, at any time, without any restrictions. That's why, it's easy for an attacker to determine if your site is running Joomla! All he has to do is to add "/administrator" to the URL and look for the login panel. He knows weak points, sometimes better than you.