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I am a Joomla website designer with a particular interest in working with small, local businesses. Small enterprises are the majority around the world, yet they have been poorly serviced by the tech industry; sold products and services of inferior capability and left in the dark with regards to what can really be achieved on a small budget. I believe the web and the attitude of open-source, provide the opportunity for the small to excel. And Joomla plays a significant role in the new possibilities.

Ohanah - Event & Ticketing made really easy!

Ohanah - Event & Ticketing made really easy!

Event manager extensions consist of a calendar of events page, and an added ticketing feature, which enables visitors to view, book, pay for, and receive tickets, via email or as a downloadable PDF.

These are great extensions for you to recommend to clients. They add value to a site, cost very little, and add a user-interaction element your clients had perhaps not considered.

In this article I shall be reviewing Ohanah.

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How Many of These Joomla Websites Have You Visited?

How Many of These Joomla Websites Have You Visited?

As Joomla site designers, it is easy to forget that the tool we all love so much, is itself a labour of love. Unlike other large Open Source projects, Joomla is an all-volunteer organization. Without the international community of diverse expertise, passion and commitment, the project would not be a fraction of what it is today.

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What's new in Joomla 3.5?

What's new in Joomla 3.5?

Joomla 3.5 has now been released and can be downloaded from Joomla.org. Along with the usual bug fixes, there are several new features of interest, including plugins to alert you to future updates, to help you provide system information for support and an easier method of customising the Protostar template. All of which make this a very useful upgrade.

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Richard Pearce
As with any update, I recommend you wait a week in case anything unforeseen crops up. Then: 1. Backup your site (and know how to ... Read More
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 08:24
Mike Martin
Richard Thank you this well documented blog, it is a great help and I agree it does need testing before major use. Regards Mike... Read More
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 18:41
Michael Doege
I wonder whether updating to 3.5 is worthwhile considering the trouble this may produce. However, did I miss statement regarding p... Read More
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 18:48
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