RSJoomla! Blog - tutorials, tips & updates about integrations

19 Jul 2011
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RSFiles! - Joomla! file extension

RSFiles! revision 8 comes with several new features and design improvements: Joomla! 1.7 compatibility, briefcase folder with group permissions and RSMail! integration.

Joomla! 1.7

1. Joomla! 1.7 compatibility

We’re happy to announce that RSFiles! is now compatible with Joomla! 1.7. We’ve performed several tests and code optimization to assure that RSFiles! for 1.7 is stable and ready to be used in production environments.

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Tagged with joomla 1.7, integrations

26 Jan 2011
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RSMembership! - Joomla! membership site

We’ve released RSMembership! revision 16 with some major new features and several usability improvements: a new payment gateway, integration with an important affiliate program, an improved shared content platform, fixed date membership expiration and many more.

1. Authorize.Net Payment Plugin

A new payment solution is available starting with revision 16, besides PayPal and 2Checkout: Authorize.NET plugin.

Apart from the general plugin parameters (the API Login ID and the transaction key generated by Authorize.NET), in the “Plugin Manager” you can add as well the tax applied to the transaction total, the tax type and the tax value.

RSMembership! integration with Authorize.NET

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26 Jun 2009
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RSForm!Pro has a new plugin for Joomla! that it's easy to implement and will help you track forms in your Google Analytics (GA) reports.

In order to view how many visitors accessed a form in Google Analytics and how many of them has actually completed the data and submitted the form, you have to place some additional tracking code to your website pages and configure goals. Usually goals are used on key pages to analyze the actions of a visitor in a set of related pages, such as shopping cart or order form.In our case the goal would be the steps that makes a visitor to reach the "Thank you" page of the form.

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