Your guide to the greatest Joomla extensions and modules
Within this category you can find information about third party extensions for Joomla!, which we are not developing but in our templates we are using them and made additional styles for them.
VirtueMart eCommerce Joomla component
This is an open source e-commerce, shopping cart component (i.e. modules, plug-in) for the Joomla! CMS. The product has been developed since 2006. VirtueMart can be used either as a simple catalog management system, or as a web shop that enables online transaction capability. It is intended for use in small to medium-sized online businesses, however has also advanced functionality for managing many large-scale online sales requirements. The system interfaces with all the most common shipping programs and payment gateways. In addition VirtueMart is covered under the General Public License, allowing custom modifications.
- How to install VirtueMart
- How to remove the currency not defined error
- How to add a new category and product into VirtueMart
- How to add attributes (colors, size, etc.) in VirtueMart
- How to add VirtueMart store to Menu
- Adding & chaning sorting options in category view
- How to add Terms and Conditions in Virtuemart
- Common login & registration form
JomSocial Social Networking for Joomla
Commercial complex extension for Joomla! that provide an assortment of functionalities typically associated with
creating a social networking Web site. By installing JomSocial on your existing Joomla! site, you can offer social environment to your site members, with photo & video galleries, groups, events etc.
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K2 Powerful Joomla Content Component
K2 is alternative article system which was built as a complete replacement of the default article system in Joomla!. It increse features for your existing content: extra fields, additional fields for article images, videos, hassle-free image management (uploaded item images are auto-resized to 6 configurable dimensions), comments, tagging, built-in options to extend content forms (e.g. to create product catalogs), frontend editing with easy to use access control settings, powerful yet easy templating (and sub-templating), extended user profiles and user groups.
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