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TemplateHelp proudly presents a new line of Joomla! templates with a forum inside!Read More
TemplateHelp proudly presents a new line of Joomla! templates with a forum inside!Read More
Our Joomla Developers team glad to announce Joomla 2.5.x templates CSS Grids update.Read More
This article will explain Joomla templates packages evolution.Read More
Today we’d like to present something new and extraordinary – and its name is Joomla 3.0 Bootstrapped Themes!Read More
Our developers have adjusted top-notch Camera Slideshow plugin for Joomla!Read More
August 10th, 2012. Joomla framework updates: LESS, Isotope, Extra FieldsRead More
To simplify Joomla templates installation procedure and minify user actions, we have combined the Gantry framework+roknavmenu module+rokbox plugin and additional components/modules/plugins used in the templates into two single, separate bundle packages.Read More
Nowadays internet entered all spheres of human activity. This inception made almost any gadget Internet-friendly, still all gadgets have one great difference, it’s the size of a screen. For some devices surfing the web can be a real problem, because the content of various websites does not reflect properly, this is because web resource is not responsive, it does not …Read More
Our technicians tested our Joomla templates and found some incompatibility issues with Joomla 1.6.0 – 1.6.2 templates with Joomla 1.6.3.
You can have some issues with Contact Form installing Joomla 1.6.0 or 1.6.2 template to Joomla 1.6.3. Please contact our team for possible solutions…Read More
“The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 2.5.1. This is a security release.”
Joomla 2.5 templates from our team are fully compatible with Joomla 2.5.1…Read More
Since the release of Joomla 2.5 all Joomla templates are produced with the Gantry Framework included. Content in Joomla 2.5 templates is moved from the default content component to the K2 component that offer much more flexibility and options available.…Read More
Starting from template #30965 all Joomla template has enhanced drop-down menu based on the Superfish Dropdown Menu module included. The module installation package can be found in the template sources directory.…Read More
Joomla! Content Management System is uninterruptedly developing and we won’t stand aside. We’ve tested our templates and performed necessary updates. Now we can claim that our Joomla 1.5 templates are fully compatible with all subversions of Joomla 1.5 release…Read More
It’s time to celebrate! Our team is about to release the Joomla CMS Templates for 1.5 – the new updated version of the Joomla! CMS platform.Read More
“The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 2.5.3. This is a security release.”
Joomla 2.5 templates from our team are fully compatible with Joomla 2.5.3…Read More
“The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 2.5.2. This is a security release.”
Joomla 2.5 templates from our team are fully compatible with Joomla 2.5.2…Read More
Question: Should I update my Joomla 1.6 site to Joomla 1.7?
Absolutely you should. Joomla 1.6 will reach the end of its life in August 2011, just a month away. After that, Joomla 1.6 will have no further security updates, meaning that if a security problem is discovered, it will not be addressed. And that means if your site …
The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 1.7.0. This is a security release. This is also the first release made within the new six-month release cycle that started with the delivery of Joomla 1.6 in January 2011.
The Production Leadership Team’s goal is to continue to provide regular, frequent updates to the Joomla community. Learn …Read More
As you might be aware of, Joomla has released a new version of its popular content management software – this dynamic portal engine has been finally advanced to Joomla 1.6, on January 11th 2011. From the official Joomla 1.6 release announcement the company has unveiled the range of new functions and features the new version delivers to designers, developers, admins …Read More
January 10 2011 is a new day in Joomla! History. Joomla 1.6 has arrived. New version, new features, more functionality and flexibility. Our team is moving in step with progress so new Joomla 1.6 templates are available.…Read More
"The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 1.5.8 [Wohnaiki]. This release contains a number of bug fixes and two moderate-level security fixes. It has been around two months since Joomla 1.5.7 was released on September 9, 2008."
Joomla 1.5 templates from our team are fully compatible with Joomla 1.5.8
Check release notes…Read More
"The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 1.5.7. This is a security release and contains a number of bug fixes, improvements as well as security fixes. It is strongly recommended that users immediately upgrade. "
Joomla 1.5 templates from our team are fully compatible with Joomla 1.5.7
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The Joomla project is sponsoring the 2015 Madison PHP Conference as Conference Partner. The conference is being held at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin (USA), Saturday, November 14th, 2015.
Madison PHP provides support, education, and networking opportunities to PHP developers. The group is not-for- profit and run by community volunteers. Membership has been steadily increasing and is now at over 350 members.
As part of the sponsorship, Joomla will host a booth at the conference. Representing Joomla at the booth will be Jessica Dunbar, PLT, and Robbie Adair.
A Joomla related session will be delivered by Robbie Adair of Media A-Team of Houston TX, entitled ‘Building Custom Applications With Fabrik’. Fabrik is a popular Joomla extension that provides a framework to rapidly and easily build Joomla based web applications.
The event focuses on PHP and related web technologies. It is organized by Madison PHP and offers something to attendees at all skill levels. If you are available, it promises to be a day of networking, learning, sharing, and great fun!
We would really love to meet up with community members at the Madison PHP Conference, so if you’re planning to attend do let us know, and drop by the booth to say hello!
The trademark team manages and defends Joomla-related trademarks and licensing on behalf of the the Joomla Community. We want to make sure the world respects the policies and regulations we have around the use of the Joomla! name and brand mark.
This comes with a lot of work. We need active team members that will pick up on tasks such as building our own trademark subdomain on the Joomla!-website, finetuning processes as we want to make it easy for applicants to apply online and follow their submission. Furthermore we need license administrators to take in the requests and give follow up. In time, licenses have to be checked randomly and regularly on proper use.
Are you interested in taking part in our team? Or do you have suggestions on who would be interested in joining? Please let us know by writing a short (introduction) e-mail to our team-leader, Marco Richter (email@example.com).
Most roles only require less than a couple of hours per week. No special experience is necessary. As a team we will manage. We will teach you what you need to know.
We welcome your response!
You can expect a reply within two business-days.
Are you a creative person that is able to manage projects and deliver them on time? Do you like working with a team of talented designers?
Our Marketing Team is looking for a creative and experienced Lead Designer.
The Marketing Team is underneath the Community Leadership Team. We work closely with the Production Leadership Team and Open Source Matters and all areas of the project. The lead designer will have a major influence on marketing materials and websites.
Interested? Then fill out this short form right away and we'll get in touch with you as soon as possible!
Over the past 10 years, Joomla! has evolved naturally as a solution with guidance from the many wonderful volunteers and contributors. While this has worked for us so far, in order for us to remain relevant we need to start looking outside of our volunteer groups for direction. Namely, we need to start thinking about our end users - their needs, wants, and how they actually use the CMS in their day to day.
To kick off this process, we are rebooting the currently inactive Joomla! UX Team. This team is underneath the Production Leadership Team, and our first project will have major influence in how Joomla! 4 looks and functions from an end-user standpoint.
To make this happen, we need volunteers! Particularly those who have experience in one or more of the following:
If you have experience in those areas, please fill out the form at the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1UmVcxxPgdigW0Yj4yBIJTYE3f1nGj3MZvEvDqZZW6M0/viewform
At the Joomla! World Conference in November 2014, a team was tasked by the Leadership Summit with reviewing and updating the Joomla! Code of Conduct which is presently available at http://www.joomla.org/about-joomla/the-project/code-of-conduct.html.
The team has worked since that date to update and refine the Code of Conduct, taking into account the rise of social media and the need to update the policy in line with the size and diversity of our community.
Research has been carried out which includes drawing from how other Open Source projects manage volunteer and leadership conduct, identifying example policies, reviewing procedures for dealing with breaches of policies, and identifying what might be the most appropriate way of deciding and implementing sanctions at varying levels.
Following a two week period of feedback from the Leadership Teams, we now request feedback from the Joomla! community for a further period of two weeks, where we welcome comments on the base English language document and translated versions.
To access the base document, please visit: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mUCWA2TDJ90KxuL89-oh2s9ZL1R34SBJZJtJihfeaJ8/edit?usp=sharing - translated versions will be linked to from this document.
If you would like to help translate this document into your language, please join the translation room on Glip by visiting www.glip.com/joomla and signing up for an account, then join the room called ‘Translation Room’. The team will be able to support you in translating the document.
Community feedback will be open until Friday, 12th June 2015 at which point the final version of the Code of Conduct Policy will be presented to the Leadership Teams for formal adoption by vote. If you would like to make suggestions, please use the ‘comment’ feature on Google Docs. For further discussion please use this forum post: http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=704&t=888947
The Marketing Team Needs Your Input!
J! and Beyond is coming closer, in less than one week time we’ll have our Make It Happen session in Prague. Marketing is planning on 4 projects to happen :
The Joomla User Group (JUG) team is a vital part of our community, ensuring that our passionate community members can connect with other people living near them and meet up in-person to share their love for Joomla!.
The JUG Team has been led by Liam Mandville for many years, showing enormous dedication to the creation and maintenance of the JUG Directory and encouraging the formation of new User Groups around the world. After many years of dedication, Liam is stepping down from his role as team lead due to work commitments, effective 30th April 2015.
The Marketing Working Group (MWG) is pleased to announce the addition of a new team member. We welcome Mike Veeckmans on board the Marketing team!
Mike Veeckmans will collaborate with the other members of the Marketing Working Group in the role of communications manager, taking care of the successful planning, initiation and execution of projects. Mike has proved his management skills in many occasions, like Grace Hopper and the launch of Joomla! 3.4 campaign. We felt he was the perfect piece to match our team.
The primary focus of the Marketing Working Group (MWG) is to raise awareness of the Joomla Content Management System (CMS) and Framework within the international Joomla community, as well as the general open source community.
Are you interested in helping spread the word about Joomla and our latest 3.4 release? We'd love your help! It's fun and easy to do. It's also a great opportunity to make friends from around the world, gain experience working with one of the world's most powerful brands in the world.
We have some promotional materials ready for you to share the exciting new features of Joomla 3.4.
Let's make sure Joomla 3.4 is known to the millions of internet users around the world! Here are ways you can get social, spread your love for Joomla 3.4!
Add some Joomla 3.4 love to all your devices.
Have a local Jug meet up? Brian Peat created an awesome keynote presentation for you!
2014 was an amazing year for the Joomla! Certification Project. In the past year we’ve gathered leaders and team members from across the world, launched a successful pilot program at the Joomla! World Conference 2014, cultivated serious discussions with the Joomla community and have moved closer than ever to a viable, live professional certification for Joomla! Administrators.
In that time, we’ve also learned how not to do a few things. Our missteps and failures have pushed us closer to a seriously awesome resource for our community, and we’ve grown stronger as a team. We would like to wholeheartedly thank everyone that has played even a small part in getting us to where we are now with the Certification Project. However, we still need more enthusiastic people helping to get the project done. If anyone in the Joomla community has a desire to be a part of this team, we would love to have you join us. For more information about how to get involved, see the end of this article.
After one year of working on the brand manual, which describes how to correctly use the Joomla! logo, we are now ready to share this work with all of you.
Along with Duke, leader of the Trademark team, and Jessica Dunbar, leader of the Marketing Working Group, we reviewed the topics of the brand manual and created a table of contents that is much more adequate for our needs than the 2005 brand manual.
It was not easy to put together all the guidelines, especially because the Joomla! community needs have changed during the last few years. Our aim was to create a practical guide that anybody can use and refer to, from designers to developers. In order to do that, we made sure that all the concepts are logical, relevant and comprehensive for any kind of user or any purpose.
I have an important message to share with you regarding Joomla’s participation in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) this year. Unfortunately due to circumstances out of our control, Joomla was not accepted to participate in GSoC 2015.
I had a team primed and ready to go - we built out ideas on our ideas list, had some amazing plans in the works, and submitted all the necessary documentation and paperwork on time. But, as fate would have it, so did a lot of other projects who applied to Google as mentoring organizations.
I reached out to Google (as they recommend unaccepted organizations do) as to why we hadn’t been accepted. It turns out, that there was a record-setting number of organizations who applied, and the Google team decided to give newer organizations a little more visibility in the program this year. This meant that there simply wasn’t a slot available to Joomla this year. I know first hand what a tough decision controlling slots is, and I know the team at Google thought long and hard about this decision before ultimately deciding that first-time organizations needed a shot at GSoC.
I’ll be the first one to admit I was really quite sad and disappointed Joomla was not approved. I expressed my disappointment to the great team at Google as well as the GSoC team who had been working to get Joomla’s GSoC 2015 off the ground. At the end of the day, this was a decision that makes sense. Google gets quite a number of applications, and it’s only fair to allow other organizations to take advantage of the opportunity in the GSoC program.
The Joomla Community, in the spirit of Open Source Software, should all be happy for all the new organizations who have an opportunity to be involved in GSoC this year. Let’s encourage them to make the most of this opportunity and wish them the best of success. The right thing to do here is to be happy for those who worked hard to get in and try our best to come back even stronger and better next year!
Joomla 3 is a stable code base that’s moving forward with great strides in innovation of features for all our users. But I hope by 2016 to see a fresh, clean, Joomla 4 for students to sink their teeth into. My hope for 2016 is a brand new Joomla 4 CMS that will really draw some excitement and give the opportunity for the latest and greatest that modern programming and web technologies have to offer. If our community rallies together we can continue building great web publishing software to take GSoC, and the world, by storm.
Image Credit: Chiara Aliotta
Yesterday was special day for all community managers around the world: Community Manager Appreciation Day (#CMAD) . In 2010 Jeremiah Owyang started this initiative, and ever since, it has grown globally. It’s a day on which we say “Thank You!” to those who have taken on the immense challenge of managing the many passionate and enthusiastic communities around the world.
Image Credit: Chiara Aliotta
We launched the final release of Joomla 2.5 today. We've watched the most incredible community come together for this release. The marketing team worked closely with the Update Working Group and Leadership to create artwork, infographics, videos and raise awareness of Joomla 2.5 end of support.