Kristoffer Sandven is a photographer, filmmaker and web consultant living in Oslo, Norway. He's the founder and author of JoomlaBlogger.
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 45:
• Fix a hacked Joomla web site
• Future of People Joomla Org
• The JED and GPL
• Joomla Security just got a lot easier!
• DOCman 1.6.7 released
• DOCman 1.5.15 released
• Introducing the Ecospirit Joomla template
• JB Type now 100% more awesome
• Joomla SEO with sh404SEF at SEO Camp Toulouse
• Joomla upgrade 2.5.8 now available - 1 security issue resolved
• November's awesome template - JSN Kido is released!
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 44:
• Eggs in one basket
• Introducing backend Joomla translation with Josetta Jump
• Poll: Is Joomla ready for enterpise?
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 43:
• Multilanguage in 3.0.2 What's new?
• Guaranty Trust Bank Uses Joomla
• Open Source Matters Third Quarter Goals Update
• sh404SEF® 220.127.116.111 released
• Update JSN ImageShow to version 4.4.1 and enjoy new amazing features
• How to test JoomlaShine's templates before purchasing?
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 42:
• Free Halloween Icon Pack 1
• The countdown has began to something new
• Targeting images for different screensizes
• A small change in currency + coupon
• Captify Content available for Joomla 3.0
• Understanding Joomla security with SiteGround
• Reflections on Joomladay Sydney
• JCal Pro 18.104.22.1681 released
• sh404SEF 22.214.171.1248 released
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 41:
• Peugeot Uses Joomla
• Survey for 2013 Overall Project Goals
• How To Package Joomla Libraries
• Joomla 3.0 templates and Joomla 1.5 end of life
• New hosting partners - SiteGround
• New multilingual editor makes Joomla translation even easier
• Talks announced for 2012 Joomla World Conference
• SEO fun and more at Mozcation Milwaukee
• Joomla 3.0 - should I upgrade?
• Josetta 1.3.0 released
• User Extended fields language file for Joomla 2.5.x
Every month, each of the major Joomla template clubs release a new template. In this post, I take another look at the premium business Joomla templates released. This time for the month of October 2012.
There are templates from Yootheme, RocketTheme, Joomla Bamboo, JoomlArt, JoomlaShack, JoomlaXTC and Shape5 on display this month. Enjoy!
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 40:
• Leonardo Di Caprio Uses Joomla
• Wanted: Mid Sized Business Using Joomla For Case Study
• Free Web Icon Pack 1
• The Joomla! Cultural Divide
• JB Type is now Joomla 3.0 ready
• JB Library rewritten and ready for Joomla 3.0
• jTweet is now available for Joomla 3.0
• JFlickr now available for Joomla 3.0
• JB Maps now Joomla 3.0 compatible
• Fitvids for Joomla 3.0 now available
• Zentools for Joomla 3.0 is (almost) ready
• Things to love about Joomla 3.0 - Part One
• Ascent a new responsive Joomla template
• K2 v2.6.0 for Joomla! 1.5, 2.5 & 3.0 now available!
• K2 v2.6.1 now available
Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 39:
• Can You Help With My Joomla World Conference Presentation?
• Welcome Matt Baylor as new JED Team Manager
• Joomla 3 and RocketTheme
• Get Ready, Joomla! 3.0 Is Here!
• Introduction to K2, Joomla IL community meet up
As you might have read here on the blog earlier, I attended JoomlaDay Spain 2012 in Mérida. These last few days have been great fun and I even made some new friends.
Attending a JoomlaDay has always been a nice experience for me, and this was no exception. Read on for more about the event.
Quite a while ago, the EU Cookie Law was passed. I'm not talking about a law concerning how much milk you should drink with your cookies, or the size and shape of cookies. No, this law was passed to protect the interest of web users in the EU. That was the intention, anyway. The EU Cookie Law, or the EU e-Privacy Directive, was set to come into action on 26th May 2012. This directive forces web site owners to get explicit concent to store cookies containing information about visitors to their web site. In short, the legislators want every single user of a web site to click "Accept" on the site to say they actively and conciously accept that third-party cookies will be stored.