Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 6. Enjoy!
Written by: Open Source Training
It's no secret that Joomla's default editor lacks quite a few features. We often recommend that people upgrade to Joomla Content Editor (JCE). You can click here to find full instructions on how to install JCE, including a video.
What we're going to cover in this tutorial are 5 really great features of JCE that people often don't realise are there:
Written by Ken Crowder
In light of Joom!Fish's recent accomplishment of 1,000,000 downloads on JoomlaCode.org, it seems fitting to blog about it.
To date there are 5 projects that have this distinction. As of this writing, they are:
Written by Ivo Apostolov
When this script was written by Plamen Botev (AFAIK), it was supposed to handle the issues for non-Latin languages after migration from Joomla! 1.0 to Joomla! 1.5. It was a major issue for anyone who wanted to turn on the SEF, but during the migration, all the aliases were stripped due to the Cyrillic only letters in it.
by Mathias Verraes
We're happy to announce the release of the DOCman Productivity Pack, consisting of three must-have add-ons for any serious DOCman user. These add-ons will help you with your workflow, speed up dealing with lots of files, and make your front-end a lot more usable for end users. The new Productivity Pack is now available in the Joomlatools Store now for only €11.97.
Written by Steve Burge
Since we expanded into Drupal and Wordpress training quite a few people have asked variations on these
* "Are you abandoning Joomla?"
* "Do you think Drupal and Wordpress are now better than Joomla?"
Written by Brad Baker
Recently, Vu Hoang Viet a friend in Vietnam who was involved with the Vietnam JoomlaDay I attended last year, shared with me the following news article. He's translated it for English speakers below:
According to ICTNews, a newspaper of Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) in Viet Nam, Joomla has been recognized recently as an open source product which has high priority in purchasing and using in all goverment agencies.
Written by Alessandro Nadalin aka Odino
Today I've decided to develop a simple but useful plugin, that somehow puts a medication on some Joomla! 1.5 SEO lacks.
It's been a couple-hours work and it's submitted to the JED ( so we need to wait a couple of weeks to see it
into the JED ) but I've already released it in the site of my company.