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RSBlog! - Joomla! blog extension

The new RSBlog! revision comes with several hot new features which makes the social media experience a breeze: JomSocial plugin, Twitter and Facebook auto-publishing feature, several blog functionalities to enhance user experience, some code optimization to increase performance and much more.

See for yourself!

1. Twitter and Facebook auto-publishing

We’ve designed 2 elegant Twitter and Facebook auto-publishing features that allows you to automatically update your Twitter status and Facebook wall without requiring further user information.

To enable the Twitter auto-publishing feature, in the Joomla! backend panel head to the "Configuration" tab >> Twitter and click on the "Setup Twitter automatically" button.

RSBlog! - automatically publish Joomla! posts to twitter

10 Dec 2010 0 comments in RSBlog!
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RSForm!Pro revision 33

The new RSform!Pro revision (33) comes with new features and configuration options that extend the horizon of form builders. So, what did the development team prepared for your in this revision ?

1. Improved RSForm!Pro Salesforce plugin

The new improved Web2Lead RSform!Pro Salesforce plugin includes some additional fields (description, mobile, fax, website, salutation, revenue, employees). A long requested feature for this plugin was the possibility to use the Salesforce custom fields. Yes, we have added this as well. At the bottom of the Salesforce Integration tab, you can simply click on the Add custom field button, set up its name and value, and RSform!Pro will handle the rest.

RSForm!Pro Salesforce custom fields
21 Oct 2010 11 comments in RSForm!Pro
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RSEvents! integration with Community Builder

We’ve released the RSEvents! Community Builder plugin that allows you to display on the Community Builder profile, the user created events along with his event subscriptions.

RSEvents! Community Builder Plugin - frontend

08 Oct 2010 0 comments in RSEvents!
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RSFinder! integration with K2, Virtuemart and RSEvents!

RSFinder! is a "must have" for Joomla! administrators.

It helps you quickly access anything in the backend panel, from articles, menus to Joomla! components.

Think of the following situation: you have a website with a significant amount of articles and you want to access a specific article.

Instead of going to the “Article Manager” and apply filters to find the article, it's easier to use RSFinder.

1. Search for RSEvents! events

With RSFinder!, you can now search in backend, for events created with RSEvents!.
Just type in the RSFinder! box the first letters of your event and it will automatically display the results.

Search RSEvents! events in the backend Joomla! panel

28 Sep 2010 1 comments in RSEvents!, RSFinder!
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RSForm!Pro integration with Mailchimp

We’ve released today a new RSForm!Pro Plugin addressed to Mailchimp subscribers that allows you to integrate your custom newsletter forms with the email-marketing manager.

You will be able to create subscription forms, pass users data to your Mailchimp account and assign them to the existing lists and groups.


  • RSForm!/Pro 1.3.0 rev. 31, at least
  • an active Mailchimp account
  • the RSForm!Pro Mailchimp plugin

How to use it?

Step 1: Download

Access your RSJoomla! account and download the Mailchimp plugin from Resources >> Customer Downloads >> RSForm!Pro membership >> Downloads >> RSForm!Pro files >> Plugins >> Mailchimp plugin

Step 2: Install the plugin

The Mailchimp plugin installs same as the component does, trough the default Joomla! installer. Backend Joomla! panel >> Extensions >> Install/Uninstall >> Browse the package >> Upload

Step 3:Create the subscription form

Head to the "Manage forms" tab and create a subscription form similar to the above example.

Joomla! subscription form for Mailchimp

16 Sep 2010 4 comments in RSForm!Pro
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