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Recently, www.waterandstone.com has published the article "Top 50 Joomla! extensions" , an excerpt of an upcoming book "Joomla! Bible" , written by Ric Shreves.

Joomla! Bible"The Joomla! Bible help users learn about the online Joomla! resources, including most importantly, the online Extensions site, where users can find and download extensions that add additional functionality to their Joomla! site. With more than 5,000 extensions listed in the directory, the Extensions site contains literally too many choices for most users. In the text we will identify the most useful extensions for common functions like site maintenance and enhancement of the core functionality (e.g., Galleries, Newsletters, etc.). "

We're honoured that our Joomla! form builder, RSForm!Pro is part of the Top 50 extensions , a list that wants to be a starting point for addressing common needs.

Also, we would like to thank all users that had supported our components RSForm!Pro, RSForm!, RSTickets! and RSFinder! on "The ultimate top 10 Joomla! extensions" on Joomlashack's website.

02 Jul 2009 2 comments in Uncategorized
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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.

26 Jun 2009 0 comments in RSForm!Pro
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That's how one of our clients approached us while seeking for a Joomla! event manager. The request really blend in with RSEvents!. The client was looking for a few weeks to add an event planner to it's Joomla! based biker club, but trying the existing solutions, he didn't find one to solve it's puzzle.

So it was late afternoon when we received a ticket stating somethinRSEvents! - Joomla! event calendar extension

g like: "Guys, I need a Joomla! event extension that has:

  • A calendar view to quickly find upcoming bike meetings
  • A google maps integration to pinpoint the location of future biker gatherings
  • A way of allowing bikers to register to the event, but by filling additional custom fields
  • And it would be nice, but not mandatory to have a way of inviting my google contacts to the event

21 May 2009 6 comments in RSEvents!
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So here you are, looking for an event management extension for Joomla!... one that maybe can let invite people to the concerts that you are organizing?

And maybe RSEvents! - frontend viewyou also need to set up tickets with limitation on seats and different prices?

Of course, you'll be looking to enhance the event page with youtube videos, music samples or flickr photo albums.

16 May 2009 3 comments in RSEvents!
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RSJoomla! demoOne of the great pluses Joomla! has amongst other CMS is the great flexibility you get using a Joomla! module inside a Joomla! module position. Thinking that you can put Joomla! modules wherever you want using the Joomla! module positions and publish them only on some of your menu items, is just great!

So, what's a Joomla! module position?

Think at a Joomla! module position as a fixed place on your website where, depending on the page that you are visiting, you can publish certain things such as a login form, a contact form, or a sub-menu for instance.

11 May 2009 4 comments in Uncategorized
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