Joomla blog posts from around the web (37/13)

Joomla blog posts from around the web (37/13)

Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 37, 2013:

  • Registered Joomla User Group Team announces new members
  • Call for OSM Board Position to Lead Capital Committee
  • RokBooster Update Adds Timesaving New Features
  • How to add a module to your T3 Mega menu
  • Introducing New SEo Services
  • JSN Yoyo – our first one-page template is on hand!

Registered Joomla User Group Team announces new members

Written by Liam Mandville

The Joomla Registered User Group team is pleased to announce that the following new members have agreed to join the team.

Max Lynam

Son Koral

Saurabh Shah

Alejandro Pascoli

Guillermo Bravo

The team will be lead by Liam Mandville and assisted by Ruth Cheasley as CLT liason.  We would like to thank all those who applied for the advertised positions within the team and hope you can wish the new members well in their training and future within the JUG team.

The JUG team would also like to announce the implementation of the new help desk system available on to assist the new members in cross working with other teams eg Events and Trademark. You can also follow new Registered JUG's on

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Call for OSM Board Position to Lead Capital Committee

Written by Alice Grevet

The Board of Open Source Matters, Inc., is taking nominations to add a new board member who will take on the role of Capital Committee Team Leader.  This position involves leading a team that will be primarily responsible for supporting existing project sponsors, reaching agreements with new sponsors, and looking for other new opportunities to bring in more revenue to support the project's growth.

Experience in fund-raising, sponsorship and online advertising campaigns is useful.  If you believe you can be successful in this role, or if you know someone who fits this description, please fill out the nomination form and tell us more about the candidate’s interests, skills, and experience.

Nomination Criteria

We are looking to recruit the very best and the brightest members in the Joomla! community.  Some of the criteria that will be used when evaluating nominations include:

Community: the nominee should have a strong track-record of successfully collaborating with, enabling others and earning the respect of the Joomla! community.

Character: the nominee should have proven themselves a person of high character, with a history of acting honestly, fairly and openly when in leadership roles.

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RokBooster Update Adds Timesaving New Features

Written by Ryan Pierson

Many of our customers may have noticed a new update (1.1.9) has been made available for RokBooster this week. This is a fairly significant update as it adds several new features intended to make its use and application easier for site administration while adding flexibility. 

In this article, we’ll examine three major feature additions that have been added to RokBooster for Joomla 2.5 and 3.x users.

All of these new features can be toggled in the Advanced Settings tab found by navigating to Administrator -> Extensions -> Plug-in Manager -> System - RokBooster in the backend of your site. Make sure RokBooster is activated as it isn’t turned on by default.

Flexible JS Ignore System

RokBooster combines and compresses JavaScript elements in order to reduce the amount of work required for both the server and client when opening a page. There are times, however, that you might wish to have a JS file ignored by RokBooster to let it run as it exists.

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How to add a module to your T3 Mega menu

Wrriten by Igor Mihaljko

T3 has a powerful, flexible and feature rich mega menu built into it's core. One of the features of the megamenu is the ability to include a module as a submenu item. This article describes how to insert a module as a submenu item in your T3 based template menu.

Template Admin – Megamenu editing interface 

1. Start by opening template configuration. Click on the default template title in the Template manager.

2. Click on the Megamenu button in the toolbar of the template configuration screen.

Megamenu configuration

On the Megamenu configuration screen, you will see the main menu items just under the “item Configuration” area.

1. Click on the menu item under which you would like to add module as a submenu item.

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Introducing New SEo Services

Written by Jessica Dunbar

We are pleased to announce SEO analysis, a new service from Anything Digital aimed at helping website owners maximize their search engine optimization efforts.  The SEO Analysis report reveals technical and on page optimization factors which may be holding you back from optimal search engine placement.

This new service will be of tremendous value to any website owner, developer, and marketer.  As the distributor of the most popular Joomla SEO tool — sh404SEF® — Anything Digital is a trusted name in the marketing industry.

You can now leverage Anything Digital's abundance of research and knowledge, gained from years of experience, to analyze your current SEO efforts and tweak your long-term strategy.  Website owners, developers, and marketers can purchase an seo audit for $250.

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JSN Yoyo – our first one-page template is on hand!

Written by Huyennt

JSN Yoyo – Our first one-page template - has just been released, finally.  With a simple and flawless design, it will make your portfolio stand out. With all content fitting into one page, it will take your visitors to the corresponding sections they want without effort. Just click and go, to get a delightful experience with JSN Yoyo! 

Don’t worry if you don’t want to make your website just one-page. JSN Yoyo lets you choose a traditional multi-page layout as well.

And more

  • Natively compatible with Joomla! 2.5 & 3.x
  • Versatile layout with 37+ module positions
  • 5 module styles
  • Sticky Menu
  • SEO (Search Engine Optimization) friendly
  • 20 pre-defined icons
  • Smooth page scroll with Go-to-top

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Read 2750 times Originally published on Monday, 21 October 2013 13:38
Last modified on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 14:40
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