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JoomlaDay Sydney 2013 - The Responsive Event

JoomlaDay Sydney 2013 - The Responsive Event

If you're in Sydney or you can get yourself here next month, join us for JoomlaDay Sydney 2013. It's all about responsive design and there is a great lineup of speakers from the Joomla world. There are also some workshops including how to build a Joomla website from scratch presented by yours truly.

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Going Old School with Image Maps in Joomla

Going Old School with Image Maps in Joomla

Image maps were very widely used for web design in the past. Hand coding them was almost impossible for most people, but tools like Dreamweaver made them quite easy to create. A large, prominent image with hot spots linked to various pages of a website were at the edge of creative web design. They improved the look and feel of a website and helped to make branding easier for many businesses. So, what happened to image maps?

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Solaris Provides Professional and Clean Design for Nearly Any Project

Solaris Provides Professional and Clean Design for Nearly Any Project

RocketTheme developer wssb has created a simple and clean responsive Joomla template that can be used in almost any web setting from blogging to a corporate site.

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Edumatics Combines Social Networking with an Education Based Layout

Edumatics Combines Social Networking with an Education Based Layout

JoomShaper has released its latest responsive Joomla template, Edumatics, which is powered by JomSocial's solid social networking capabilities and is aimed at the education provider market.

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Fest Brings Responsive Design and Great Looks to Event Websites

Fest Brings Responsive Design and Great Looks to Event Websites

GavickPro has released Fest, a Joomla 2.5 responsive template, to display the important aspects of an upcoming event in a bold, HTML 5 design.

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Sync Provides Simplicity and Responsiveness for Corporate Websites

Sync Provides Simplicity and Responsiveness for Corporate Websites

YOOtheme's October release is a stripped down Joomla template featuring a front page slide show and a comparison chart table for those in the corporate world to show off their services and content without any frills.

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RocketTheme Releases Latest Responsive Template - Graffito

RocketTheme Releases Latest Responsive Template - Graffito

 

The October release from RocketTheme is geared towards a corporate audience; however, "its combination of visual character with subtlety" is what developers think will make this theme suitable for almost anyone.
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Joomla 3.0 Stable Released Today

Joomla 3.0 Stable Released Today

The Joomla! Project has announced the immediate availability of Joomla 3.0.0, which is the latest Short Term Release and the first stable release in the 3.0 series. The new version includes many new features, including the use of Twitter's Bootstrap framework.

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Shaper Event Helps Organizers Get the Word Out

Shaper Event Helps Organizers Get the Word Out

JoomShaper has released a responsive Joomla template that allows organizers of parties, seminars, conferences and festivals to display their events along with a deadline countdown and a purchase button.

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Minimal Skins Releases Ultra Minimalist One Page Template

Minimal Skins Releases Ultra Minimalist One Page Template

Minimal Skins, known for their very stripped down and basic Joomla templates has released another, even more minimal Joomla template this month. Developers are calling it, "A one-pager responsive minimalist joomla template. The easiest way to get a minimalist joomla template up and running."

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