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05 Aug 2011

Moving forward to Joomla! 1.7

Posted by. Mihaela This article was posted in RSBlog! , RSSeo! , RSMembership! , RSForm!Pro , RSFirewall! , RSTickets!Pro , RSEvents! , RSMail! , RSFinder! , RSFiles! , RSFeedback! , RSComments! , RSSearch! Tagged with joomla 1.7

Joomla! 1.7

In a couple of days, Joomla! 1.6 will reach end of life and will no longer be supported.

All Joomla! 1.6 users are being advised to upgrade to the latest Joomla version, 1.7, before 19 August 2011.

If you have migrated your websites to 1.7, then you’ll be happy to find out that ALL RSJOOMLA! extensions (except RSTickets! - not to be confused with RSTickets!Pro and RSForm! - not to be confused with RSForm!Pro) are compatible with Joomla! 1.7.

We’ve performed multiple tests and code optimization to assure that all our extensions are stable and ready to be used on Joomla! 1.7 websites.

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27 Apr 2011

Fresh updates in the new RSComments! revision

Posted by. Mihaela This article was posted in RSComments! Tagged with k2 , flexicontent

RSComments! - Joomla! comment extensionRSComments! revision 8 comes with new frontend and backend functionalities:
terms and conditions, file uploading and 2 new comment filters.

1. Terms and conditions

A new RSComments! feature allows administrators to enable a "Terms and conditions" checkbox. In order for a new comment to be added, the submitter would have to agree with the specified terms. The new option can be enabled from the RSComments! "Configuration" tab.

RSComments! - enable comment terms and conditions

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27 Apr 2011

Allow users to comment to events using RSComments! and RSEvents!

Posted by. Mihaela This article was posted in RSEvents! , RSComments!

RSEvents! RSComments! integrationThe users interaction in the web 2.0 era represents a key factor for your website success.
The social element becomes even more important when you own an event website and you need to allow users to interact with each other through comments.

Therefore, having a comment system for your Joomla! event based website is not something that should be overlooked.

An easy way to achieve this is to use RSEvents!, as a Joomla! event extension together with RSComments!, as a Joomla! comment extension.

How to use RSEvents! with RSComments! ?

We will show you below how to configure RSEvents! in order to use RSComments! as a comment system for events.

Step 1:

In the Joomla! administrator panel, head to Components >> RSEvents! >> Settings >> Events and select RSComments! as the default Joomla! comment extension.

RSEvents! settings tab - enable comments

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10 Mar 2011

Fresh updates in RSComments! revision 7

Posted by. Mihaela This article was posted in RSComments!

RSComments! - Joomla! comment extensionRSComments! revision 7 comes with fresh updates: improved functionality and EasyBlog integration.

1. Option to show the comment form on blocked articles

RSComments! is pretty flexible: you can add comments to any Joomla! or 3rd party page or block certain articles.
In the new revision, if a particular article is part of the disabled Joomla! sections and categories, you'll still be able to use the default RSComments! syntax, which allows you to publish comments on any Joomla! page:
{rscomments on}

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27 Jan 2011

RSComments! rev. 6 released with Joomla! 1.6 support

Posted by. Mihaela This article was posted in RSComments! Tagged with joomla 1.6

Joomla! 1.6 support

Joomla! 1.6There are more than 2 weeks since Joomla! 1.6 was released and we managed so far to update 7 extensions, including the today newcomers, RSComments! and RSFinder!.

The Joomla! 1.6 component list includes until now RSMail!, RSEvents!, RSFiles!, RSSeo!, RSFirewall!, RSFinder! and RSComments!.

RSComments! improvements

While updating the RSComments! source code for 1.6, we took a look at our TO DO list and added several new functionalities.

1. New placeholder in the "Notification message"

Besides {username}, {ip} and {link}, you can now use a new placeholder - {message}. This is available for the "Notification message" area.

RSComments! - message placeholder

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