Slideshow CK is one of the most popular slideshow modules in Joomla.
Slideshow CK supports images and videos, is fully responsive and is really easy to use. Oh, and it's completely free.
So when our members ask us for a slideshow extension, we often recommend CK Slideshow. Here
One common problem is all CMS's is 3rd party software that loads extra scripts. This can often lead to slower sites or conflicts with other software on your site.
For example, In WordPress, Joomla and other platforms, it's not unusual for software to load their own jQuery libraries.
jQuery Easy is a Joomla plugin which helps fix common conflicts with jQuery files. The extension makes sure that...
It's really great to be able to talk with people who are pushing the boundaries of their software.
The Octopoos team is really expanding what can be done with Joomla. They make an content-building extension called SEBLOD which is a very flexible and highly-regarded. They also use SEBLOD to build sites for the likes of General Electric, Unilever and Lipton Tea.
We have a new video class on...
Alex Andreae is a experienced Joomla developer who focuses on social apps.
In this talk, he introduces you to the complete world of social tools.
Alex covers social network authentication, share buttons, comments, Facebook Open Graph, Twitter Cards, Google Structured data and more.
Alex explains the purpose of these different tools and explains how you can utilize social networks to promote...
One of the mistakes I see often by new Joomla users is modifying a core Joomla template and using it directly.
The problems occur when updating Joomla and all their changes are lost in the process.
The solution is to create a copy of the template and modify the copy instead. This will preserve your changes when you update Joomla.
One of our OSTraining members had a very old HTML site.
They wanted to import that old site into Joomla and were wondering how to do it.
HTML2Articles is a very good solution for this. It will take your old HTML files and import them as Joomla articles.
Here's how HTML2Articles works: