* you can even include static html or txt pages into your pages without using wrapper component,
* you have full access to Joomla! variables, functions, constants, etc. in your php scripts.
Jumi is ideal solution for
* including banners or text ads into your Joomla! site: no matter if your own or affiliates ones,
For Jumi tips and tricks visit dedicated Tips & Tricks Jumi pages at http://2glux.com/projects/jumi/tutorial
Fix in 2.0.5: security vulnerability of the component.
Fix in 2.0.6: link changes
New in 2.0 (for J1.0 and J1.5): +component, + router (J1.5 only), +languages, +storage of custom code into a database table too, integration of all Jumi extensions.
Fix in 2.1.0 beta3: security vulnerability of the component.
New in 2.1 (still beta): direct code including into Joomla! content, pdf rendering, clearing the code from RSS feeds, security filtering option, debug mode in a plugin and a module, etc., etc.
New version for J!1.6 is ready. There is a problem with the module, so Jumi plugin is converted from Content to System, so you can place jumi syntax wherever you want in the site. There are also problems with the i18n, probably it is an issue in the core.
Jan 18, 2013: New version for J!3.0 is ready!
If you find issues, please report them: http://code.google.com/p/jumi/issues/list
NOTE: You can install 2.0.6 version on top of the previous version, without uninstalling it.
Keywords: custom code, custom php, custom script, include php, php code
Please do not use the reviews to post support requests or bug reports. Use the support forum instead.
Using Jumi I was able to implement this script in a matter of minutes, then using Joomla's default publishing access systems was able to restrict access to the module to "Special" meaning normal registered users couldn't use it only Managers or better.
Thanks Guys - This is SIMPLY BRILLIANT and now opens endless possibilities for me and will make it even more powerful/secure when I add the JACL component to the site.....
Here are the html codes from the russian website:
I used the JUMI module to output the html code for the weather conditions in the left position and directed it to open a small weather.php file in which I used tactic shown in some of posts here (multilangual modules http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,62236.msg329684.html#msg329684
AND it worked.
[editor: post snipped to allow the review to make sense as much was removed by JED before it was presented for review]
I' had a lot of trouble putting some flash code in my page and I'ld ever use the WYSYWYG editor than everyhting would be lost.
Thanks to jumi I can now put the behavior in php and then use this extension to call with parameters
Using parameters I was able to write one include file for all 16 calls to the code!
I caught one bug and the author was prompt in fixing it up. I cannot say enough good about the plugin and the author! Keep up the great work!
Like it was said, homepage of jumi creator isn't fully in English so it's sometimes not so "natural" to navigate but I found all information I needed without too much problem.
I haven't read a lot about it yet but my only concern would be the opportunity for article writer to include any script in their content. I think there must be some ways to avoid this but like I said, I haven't read about it yet.
This extension is simple to install and just as simple to impliment into your content and/or modules.
As other reviewers have mentioned, the documentation for Jumi is a little dificult to follow due to the language barrier (for us English speakers anyway), but that shouldn't stop anyone from giving Jumi a try!
AWESOME job Jumi! Thanks a ton.
Second, you can now include not only php scripts but static html pages without using wrapper, and much more.
I used it to insert a Meebo widget so that users could chat with me from my site, if I was logged on to any of my IM accounts (AIM, Yahoo, etc) at the same time.
No problems for me so far.
but there seems to be one problem.
the urls of pages on which i included jumi are no more SEF.
i am getting non SEF url links.
may be the problem is in my configuration! but other pages are fine (giving SEF urls).
the developer's website is sadly of no help for me!could only understand the world 'Home'. (it was THE only english word!! sorry Martin!)
BUT a nice utility. Good job MARTIN.
(only if there could be a help forum in english too!)