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Alternatives to Joomla
According to the Joomla Roadmap many of its core features are to be removed. What impact will this have on the usefulness of the Joomla CMS ? There are many 3rd party extensions that provide the functions that the core will be missing but it appears that more and more of those extensions are becoming paid versions. Will the 'Dumming down' of Joomla core features and the increase of commercial 3rd party extensions make Joomla less attractive to the average user ?
Elxis is a Free Open Source Content Management System (CMS) has been around since 2006 and its popularity is increasing. It includes many core features that Joomla has as well as features that are not included in Joomla core. This could prove to be a good alternative to Joomla. Installation is smooth and the community is building. Read More ...
This is a test and development Website using Joomla CMS, many of the pages on here are experimental. We have some Joomla FAQ's that are designed to help and give a quick guide, they are by no means comprehensive. They are tips and suggestions with links to official Joomla documentation and are not themselves official.
Other features of the site include Joomla modules. The extensions were originally designed more as a gimmick than as serious tools. However, they have proved popular and many people have downloaded them. Because of the pouplarity we have developed we have developed more powerful tools and extensions.
SERPS a new page describing how to optimise your Website for search engines.
Updating Joomla a page in our Joomla FAQ to help understand the confusion with different update methods with the different Joomla versions.
We frequently add new sites to our weblinks page because we hope it helps with Google SERPS.
A little information has been added to our 'Replacing corrupt files' page. It is in the Joomla FAQ's section although it does not apply strictly to Joomla it applies also to Graphic design. And hopfully it will be moved to it's own page and expanded on. We also have planed tutorials on other computer related topics like:
- Printing Brochures.
- Company image and Branding.
- Getting high ranking in Google and other search engines.
- Social networking.
- UK charities
- UK small businesses
We can help with:
- Small adjustments to Joomla driven sites
- Adjusting module positions
- Help with configuring Extensions
- Installing and configuring Extensions.
- Adjustments to css code
- Adding module positions
- Converting html pages to a Joomla Template
- Building Joomla driven sites
Requests can be made via our application form.
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We no longer support the Kookie Grab module. Below is the documentation for the original Kookie Grab created by Kevin Griffiths for those who to continue with it's development.
If there is enough demand for the module then we may develop the Kookie Grab module for Joomla 3.x and beyond. If we do the module will be Open Source for Joomla CMS and licensed GPL. For various reasons we will not be requesting that any of our extensions be listed as an an official extension.