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Tag archive: Joomla! 3.2
A slow site can impede your ability to rank well in search engines, and also provides a frustrating user-experience. When a web user lands on your site for the first time, you only have a few seconds to capture their attention and convince them to hang around. Don’t make them wait 30 seconds or more… Continue reading →
Joomla! is a complex beast, with lots of options and settings that can make installing a new template manually quite the challenge. Thankfully, to help save you time all our Joomla! template releases include a quickstart package to get your site off the ground.
Image Show GK4 – a slideshow module for Joomla! (2.5/3.x), using it you can create an attractive slideshow on a site which include various images and article fragments or texts defined by a user. You can enable Random slides order or use manual order. Module is mobile compatible & responsive design (adapts the image to… Continue reading →
The one-page layout is one of the popular web design trends to have taken the Internet by storm in 2013. Obviously, single page websites have been around since the Internet became popular, but the graphic concept has evolved to create a better UX (User Experience). So, by using a top menu users don’t have to… Continue reading →
You’ll usually want to associate modules with content or website navigation in some way. You might have seen that in a few of our templates (for example GK Game) we have inserted some modules into the menu as objects.
Sometimes the installation of a ‘naked’ template can make you feel disappointed, as the website still does not look as good as our demo. To help novice users with the configuration of the CMS we provide a package called a QuickStart that simplifies the process. A quickstart is basically a fully functional and entire Joomla!… Continue reading →
Joomla! is a Content Management System based on PHP 5.3+ and MySQL or PostgreSQL database. If you want to test Joomla! and you haven’t purchased a domain and server yet, you can install Joomla! on your own computer (without your site appearing on the Internet), using the standalone server environment, for example: JAMP, JOOMLAS2GO! (J2G)… Continue reading →
Over the last few days (November 2013) some users of Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.2 have noticed a recurring error when they are use the default ReCaptcha plugin. The form doesn’t show the default ReCaptcha box on the Contact view page, on the Registration page or even the GK Contact plugin.
Most websites probably use only one template. However, in Joomla! 3.x, it’s possible to assign specific templates to style individual pages or groups of pages. It’s very simple to set up your site to display in this manner. It is assumed you have already installed few new templates.