Is your site running Joomla?

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Past month we have presented a wide variety of web sites that run Joomla. Web shops, artists, e-commerce, community sites, food companies, an airliner…to much to mention. The series has been created to show everyone that you can create simple sites, but also real professional and high-trafic sites.
Every day we find new websites that might be interesting to post on JFoobar. Please drop a message in our contact form if If you have (visited) a site that you think is worth while to be used as showcase on JFoobar. We for sure will continue the series, we already have around a month of posts ready to be published on JFoobar.

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Rubberdoc…a very cool extensions

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Past week we where looking for a document management and download solution that was Joomla 1.5 native, supports multiple file formats, organize the documents using a simple category approach and could be easily integrated into the menu of our Joomla site. We did check some of the available document management extensions on the Joomla extension directory and ended up with Rubberdoc.

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FOSDEM 2009

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Fosdem is probably the biggest open source event in Europe. To quote the Fosdem guide, Fosdem is: free sofware, open source, 250 lectures, dev rooms, 5000+ hackers, and beer. A lot of open source projects are present over here, for example: Linux distributions like Debian/Fedora/OpenSuse/Ubuntu, Mysql, PostgreSQL, Gnome, KDE, etc. As always, the venue for the Fosdem is Brussels university.

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25 top programming errors

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Round about 30 organisations of computer security published a list of the 25 most dangerous programming errors.
These paper would like to point out that developers have to take care for security.
To the participants belong old acquaintance like Apple, Microsoft, Oracle and Symantec.
go to the 25 Errors

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Thinkbaskets uses Joomla!

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Hear a lot about the old idiom “don’t put all your eggs in one basket?” At Thinkbaskets website you can find a lot articles about investing ideas, including feed from several websites that cover the investing content, such as feeds about Warren Buffett, Robert Kiyosaki, Suze Orman…oy yes, before I forget…they run their site on Joomla!

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Typo3 and Joomla, stick to what you know

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I had to work with Typo3 some time ago. I wanted to add a javascript-foldout menu from Peter Klein.
At first I got a very long, and deeply structured menu. It was fully open and all of its parent and child elements were shown. After loading all levels are hidden. With click on the icons the menu unfolded. That corresponds to the normal structure of correct menus where Javasript is unnecessary.

The supposed advantage of Peter Klein’s script is that it remembered which points of navigation are open and these keep open. For a normal well structured side this application isn’t necessary. In the available case it acted over an online manual. So reading became clearer while the navigation was open, and users could see what they had read already.

However, the Script as such did not please me completely. The images in front are […]

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