Come meet us in Holland!Posted by. Mihaela This article was posted in Uncategorized Tagged with discounts , events , joomla security
With an active Dutch community and an impressive guest list, Joomla! Netherlands 2010 announces to be an exciting event.
Joomla! security presentation, by Alexandru Plapana
Alexandru Plapana, the head-support from RSJoomla! will be holding a presentation about the Joomla! security.
We will discuss the most common attack points, security in Joomla! components, what can you do to protect yourself, backing up and some of the tools that hackers use...
All of these presentation points will be backed up by some common issues that we faced and users have reported via our support service.
Many thanks to organizers who kindly invited us at the event.
20 experts are invited to speak on various topics about Joomla! 1.5 and the upcoming 1.6:
- René Kreijveld,from www.webcreatives.nl will discuss about the RSForm!Pro versatility. His presentation will be focused on creating multi-page forms with RSForm!Pro.
A demo has been prepared to support his demonstration, www.telepark.net/multiform
- Joomla 1.6 templates, by Angie Radtke, member of the Joomla! accessibility and design team www.der-auftritt.de
- the 10 Commandments as handed down by Brian at Mt Joomla! , by Brian Teeman co-founder Joomla! brian.teeman.net
- Henk-Willem will talk about the Joomla! website www.marshallsmith.org
- Joomla! user friendly sites: by Evert Bal from www.usablecopy.nl
- Fotis Evangelou from joomlaworks.gr will discuss about successfully businesses in the Open Source community
- Guido Jansen, well known in the Joomla! and Magento community, will talk about increasing the Joomla! website conversions
- Joomla! 1.6 presentation, by Hannes Papenberg
- Site Performance Optimization, by Hans Kuijpers from www.hkweb.nl
- Current and future developments for Joomla! mobile websites, by Heiko Desruelle from www.siruna.com
- Joomla teamwork equals right to exist, Henk van Cann from www.stichtingpost.nl
- Building bridges between Joomla and Magento shopping cart, Jisse Reitsma www.jira.nl
- Nooku presentation by Johan Janssens from www.nooku.org
- Viewed from another angle, by Marc Barteling from www.ManualsFountain.com
- A creative solution for the front-end, presentation by Patrick Faasse from www.opensourcedesign.nl
- The power and beauty of template overrides, by Sander Potjer www.sanderpotjer.nl
Why should you be there : 30 % discount on ALL RSJoomla! components for the participants !!!
Besides the reasons presented on the Joomla! Dagen site, here's another one: all attendees to Joomla! Day Netherlands, 2010 will have a 30% discount if they come by our RSJoomla stand. We will be offering some brochures with a brief presentation of our components accompanied by a discount code. We will be more then glad to answer any product related questions or general Joomla! questions for that matter.
So, will we have the chance to meet you? You still have time to buy a ticket to Joomla! Netherlands to participate.
Alexandru Plapana said:
No, you are not missing anything. The standard PayPal plugin does not incorporate this, nor the above custom implementation. 3 ways to create a small Joomla! shopping cart with RSForm!Pro and PayPal
pau jane said:
Hi, In theory, after 12 hours a not completed transaction should be tagged as Denied. However, in our site are still with status Pending. What part of the configuration are we missing? Is there a cron job task that we've forgotten to set up? Thanks in adv ... 3 ways to create a small Joomla! shopping cart with RSForm!Pro and PayPal
Jamie Delton said:
nice nice nice RSForm!Pro Ver. 1.49.0 - Pass field default values through the URL
Alexandru Plapana said:
Yes, of course. RSEvents!Pro does allow frontend users to create events. These can also be moderated. This is available through the RSEvents!Pro group permissions. More details here: http://www.rsjoomla.com/support/documentation/view-article/688-groups.h ... RSEvents!Pro 1.7.0 - Disqus Comments and Facebook Application ID
Sandra Clitter said:
Hi! I'm looking for a Joomla plug-in which will allow the USERS (not administrators or 'behind the scenes people) create an event which would be put in a 'holding bin' (think blog comments) until approved by an administrator. Will your product do that? ... RSEvents!Pro 1.7.0 - Disqus Comments and Facebook Application ID