We have been creating custom extensions as well as modifying existing extensions for our clients for years and decided to contribute further to the usefulness of Joomla! by offering just a few of the extensions that we have developed. Please visit our Software section to see a list of our current extensions.
We found this article of interest discussing one of the newest features in Joomla 2.5
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We have begun upgrading our extensions to be Joomla 3.0 R3ADY!
So far, the updates have been minor, and we're hoiping to have all extensions ready by 2013.
Our current roadmap is to update all of our Commercial (for-a-fee) extension by the end of November 2012. Then as time permits, continue with the rest until we're all done.
Please do not hesitate to drop us an email if there are any extesnions that you can't live without and need us to bump them to the head of the line.
The JoomLadds Team
We are happy to announce our first Native Joomla 1.6 extension.
Our "Find Us On Facebook" module is our most popular extension and it was only fitting that we modified it first for native compatibility for the future of Joomla. today!
JoomLadds is a team of Joomla! developers ready to build custom extensions for your Joomla! website. We offer much more than just a place to download great extensions, such as the following:
To ask about our rates or get a quote on your next project, please send us an email!
We are happy to annouce that we have successfully migrated our forum to Kunena. When we decided to add a support forum to our website, we did some extensive research to find the best forum for our neds. At that time we decided to use Agora. Agora served our needs in the beginning, however, we soon found that it was no longer working for our needs. We decided to look again and decided on Kunena.
Our first dealing with Kunena looked promissing until we needed to migrate our exisiting Agora posts. Obviously we didn't want to loose our older posts so it was very important to make sure the tranistion was smooth and painless for both us and our users. We had a few hickups (which we have detailed here) but all in all, we are glad that the transtition is over.
One of our clients needed a way to automatically create user profiles on their Joomla website from records that are created in their FileMaker Pro database by the sales staff. Once their new members have signed up in the office, they can 'flip a switch' that now automatically creates their Community Builder Profile. Once the new members arrive home, their profile is waiting for them, all they have to do is confirm their email address and they are ready to log in.
Our client also wanted to be able to have these new accounts sign up with Constant Contact, and with our , the signup to their newsletter is automatic too!
We have recently finished a component that will allow the site owner to upload Excel files that create new records for them. The customer is ShellStockReview.comand they use this new component to update their Stock Profiles. (Unfortunatly, To see this component in action, you will need to be a member of their website community.)
The original component ( Content Uploader - free version) was designed to allow admins to upload Excel files to create articles. We modified their component to upload specific data into new tables and then use this data in their own views. The component comes complete with a back-end area to manage the uploaded records and the ability to add new records, as well as added front-end views to see the uploaded data.
One day out of the blue (so we thought) all of our downloads broke. No one could access any of our downloads via the DocMan 1.5 component. After two days of server migration (actually moving our site to a different host) and troubleshooting, this is what we found:
I had forgotten two of the most helpful tools in debugging any system:
1) Error Logs and messages
2) Asking myself the question: "What was the last thing I changed?"
I have found the practice of setting the Joomla "Error Reporting" Global Configuration to "System Default" to be good. However, when I need it, I forget to change it to something more useful, like "Maximum".