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Written by:Joomler! 41868 hits Monday, 08 October 2012 10:09

Editor Swithcer 1.7.2 for Joomla!2.5.x and 3.0 Released

Please see youtube.

How to use

  1. install
  2. configure Basic Options
    • Default editor
      Default is tinymce.
    • Confirmation
      It confirm whether changing an editor or not on popup a dialog window. Default is Yes.
    • Duration days
      It store your selected duration days into Cookie. Default is 365.
  3. Select “Editor – Switcher” in your profile.
 
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Written by:Joomler! 23654 hits Monday, 07 May 2012 08:46

XMLRPC for Joomla! version 1.8.1

xmlrpc128New features

  • Easy control featured item 
    Select or deselect Featured (dummy category)
  • Add some “MetaWeblog” methods(Beta)
  • Some changes

 

 
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Written by:Joomler! 19008 hits Monday, 07 May 2012 08:44

Auto Featured (“Frontpage Auto Update”) for Joomla!2.5 Released.

autofeatured_parametersNew features

  • Reset button
    If it was configured, it can reset featured items.
  • Specified order items
    Items in specified order are registered into featured.

 

 
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Written by:Joomler! 12830 hits Wednesday, 31 August 2011 16:10

jBackup for 1.7.0 Released

First of all, I should express my gratitude to Mr. Pierre Burri-Wittke (http://www.globeall.de - Webdesign, Webprogrammierung & Hosting). I think that I was not able to release it when he corrects this plug-in, and it doesn't send it to me.

Thank you.

jbackup_configuration

 
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Written by:Joomler! 19085 hits Monday, 02 May 2011 07:59

imageFix bugs

  • Show/Hide Display Thumbnail
  • Language of module name

How to upgrade and install

  • Normal Install

 

 
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