No, seriously. Ever since Joomla! 3.x became a stable version, long before the Joomla! Team announced doing away with the Long Term & Short Term release cycles, we tried our hand at upgrading our site from the current 2.5.x version to 3.x.
Needless to say, every attempt resulted in the infamous "White Screen of Death"! And believe me, we tried many times. Due to our resource limitations and lack of available time to work on our own site, the update was tabled for a later date.
A few months later... We couldn't give up; we knew that sooner or later (hopefully sooner) we would have to get our site upgraded. So, the next step was to create our new site from the beginning. A brand new JoomLadds.com was born. If you are interested in our progress, please read on...
We have been hard at work updating our Constant Contact Signup Majix Pro Module. Not only have we added many new features, but this version is the first to have OAuth2 Authentication built in. The older version of authentication that the Constant Contact API used was basic, which required account holders to enter their Constant Contact Username & Password into the module settings and those credentials were stored in the Joomla database in order access their account information. With OAuth2, you are now able to register your website with Constant Contact by granting access to your account, much the same way that Facebook connects with external websites and applications.
We have been working hard to update our video tutorials to include the latest changes to the Constant Contact Integration Plugin for Community Builder.
We have split the video's into two different video's, one that shows how to install and configure the plugin, the other to show basic usage of the plugin giving an example of registering a new user while showing the progress in Constant Contact.
We are happy to announce the latest extension to the JoomLadds family. This new module gives you the ability to add a LinkedIn profile badge to your website. You can choose from 8 different images. Please see the Product Information page for more information.
In an effort to help market what JoomLadds is all about, we have decided to post recent projects that the JoomLadds Team has been working on. Please visit this area often if you are interested in what we have done, to give you an idea of what we might be able to do for you or your business.
We have taken one of our Joomla Modules and put it on steriods!
This Constant Contact Signup Module has been upgraded to utilize the Constant Contact API. By adding the API, email subscribers will now be able to signup to your newsletters immediately without ever leaving your website.
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. download it 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.