Joomla blog posts from around the web (20/12)

Joomla blog posts from around the web (20/12)

Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 20:

• First Peek at a New Business
• How to enable sub menu items in Joomla
• The 10 best free and popular Joomla 2.5 extensions
• Cory Webb Media has 3 sites on the J!OSCAR short list

First Peek at a New Business

Tonight at the Joomla User Group in Atlanta I'll be giving the first public peek inside our new business.  Details of how to attend are here: http://www.meetup.com/atlantajoomla/ 

I'm really excited about this project:

It involves a lot of great Joomla people that I've met over the years. Some of them I've been hoping to work with for a long time.

It scratches my own itch. OSTraining is my main business and that is designed to scratch other peoples itches. Even if this side-project completely flops commercially, I'll still use it myself.

Read the complete post here..

How to enable sub menu items in Joomla

All Joomlabamboo joomla templates use the default built-in Joomla menu module for their main menu navigation. A common question we get on the forum and ticket system is how to get sub menu items to display in the template. So today we will look into this issue.

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The 10 best free and popular Joomla 2.5 extensions

Written by Hanh

Finally, Joomla 2.5 has been released, so have you found suitable extensions for your Joomla site? Let's take a look at Joomla Extensions Directory (JED) which contains a number of extensions ready for Joomla 2.5. In this blog post, we will introduce you to some outstanding popular Joomla extensions based on the following criteria.

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Cory Webb Media has 3 sites on the J!OSCAR short list

Written by Cory Webb

The 2012 J and Beyond J!OSCAR short list was announced today, and we're happy to announce that we have 3 sites on the list! In the Non-Corporate Web Sites category, we built 2 of the 5 sites in the list, and our own website, CoryWebbMedia.com, is on the short list for mobile web sites.  The 2 non-corporate sites on the list that we built are RaphaHouse.org and SustainableEnergyForAll.org.  Rapha House is a non-profit organization aimed at ending child trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Lane and Lane partnered with us to build them a new web site with Joomla to help them in their efforts for raising funds and getting others involved in their cause.

Read the complete post here..

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