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With websites now numbering in the tens of millions, standing out among the crowd gets more challenging every year. That said, in the sea of standardized Helvetica, Geneva and Trebuchet, what's one easy way to help distinguish your site from the rest? Your font.
Conventionally speaking, you're limited when it comes to styling text on websites. Sure, you can change colors, sizes, and boldness, but we're all too aware of the extreme difficulty encountered when we want to change fonts.·
We are really happy to launch our very first Joomla extension ever!!! It is called Social Slider. This simple and lightweight plugin is perfect for getting out you social media channels on your Joomla website. The best part about this module? ...it is 100% free! We have decided to release it under the GPL license to the Joomla community. We are extremely excited to launch this is a part of our latest brand Crew Themes.
A dynamic login and logout menu is something that is somewhat hard to come by in the Joomla world. There is no way to do it through any module settings nor is there a solid solution on any forums. Well i have searched time and time again to find the answer only to end up more frustrated and confused. I have finally found a decent and easy solution(kinda). The solution is MetaMod. This extremely versatile module can really help you out when i comes to making dynamic time and ACL control over your modules. This tutorial is about one of those things that you always think you have figured out and then you realize you just spent 2 hours chasing the wrong thing. Ring any bells? I know because I have spent hours trying to find a quality solution to this problem.
When it comes to your Joomla template you can sometimes be limited to whatever the creator thought would be useful. Well...that is great but often times you want to have more control over your templates module positions. Well it really is not to difficult if you know CSS and XHTML. These will both be extremely key when it comes to creating your own custom positions.