Joomla blog posts from around the web (09/14)

Joomla blog posts from around the web (09/14)

Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 09, 2014

  • 2014 JOOMLA GOOGLE SUMMER OF CODE STUDENTS ACCEPTED
  • IT'S AMAZING ... HOW EASY IT IS TO DO MORE WITH JOOMLA 3.3
  • How to use the computed panel in the Chrome inspector
  • How to add a class to an image in the JCE Editor

2014 JOOMLA GOOGLE SUMMER OF CODE STUDENTS ACCEPTED

Written by Robert Vining

Once again Joomla will be participating in the Google Summer of Code, and this year we have 8 excellent student projects that were accepted by Google on April 21, 2014. Congratulations to all the students that will be joining the Joomla Google Summer of Code project this year!

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IT'S AMAZING ... HOW EASY IT IS TO DO MORE WITH JOOMLA 3.3

Written by Max Lynam

As a website owner, if you could invest 30 seconds, click one button and improve the performance of your website by 10% or more, would you do it?
What if that one click also greatly improved the security of your website overall, as well as the security of your users?

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How to use the computed panel in the Chrome inspector

Written by paulus103

One of the most important tools used by the Joomla Bamboo team to troubleshoot websites and build templates is the Chrome browser. Inside the Chrome browser are a series of bundled web authoring and debugging tools, which are grouped under the name Chrome Developer Tools or DevTools for short.

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How to add a class to an image in the JCE Editor

A common problem we see in our Joomla forum and ticket system is in-line styling being added to article content and this then leading to templates or extensions breaking.

This tutorial will look at adding styling to images using the JCE Editor without the use of in-line styling.

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Read 769 times Originally published on Friday, 25 April 2014 08:37
Last modified on Saturday, 21 June 2014 14:27
 
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