GavickPro’s latest app template, MO, has been released, and individuality is its aim. But what use are customization options if no-one knows about them? Time for a in-depth, yet non-technical, look at the features on offer in this shiny new template. So, as always, grab a cup of your favorite brew, and let’s delve into the wonderful world of Joomla! templates and see what there is to find.
Our Game Joomla! template has hit the shelves, as it were, and it’s designed to help you spread information about your chosen subject whilst looking rather classy at the same time. We’ve never cared for sitting back and taking it easy, and with Game we’ve incorporated several new features to give an eighth-generation sheen to your site; after all, no-one wants to be left behind in the technology race.
Joomla! modules are equivalents to WordPress widgets – generally speaking, these are extensions which are responsible for generating a fragment of the subpage according to the user’s needs and the extension’s functionality.
Retirement of the deprecated Twitter API v1.0 is planned for May 7, 2013, which means that all Twitter features from Social GK5 v.1.0 will stop working on this day. One of the major features of this new API are authenticated requests to search.twitter.com. For this to work, the module configuration requires the setting of public and private keys generated on the twitter.com site in order to authorize your queries.
One of the most popular module types you will find amongst the pages of most Joomla! websites is the plain old default Custom HTML module. It is a very useful feature; with it, you can insert virtually any code you like, ranging from text or images to social media share buttons.
When you share a website URL on your Facebook wall, Web crawlers will inevitably visit this website to get some specific information about the linked page, such as title, text and image.