You can use Mosets Tree run a complex Yahoo! style directory directly inside your Joomla! website. Mosets Tree is designed to handle any data that requires a directory structure such as a Business Directory, Links Directory, Scripts Directory and more.
The new version 3 now allows you to create multiple directories in a single Mosets Tree installation.
- Multi directory support.
- Category Association opens up a whole new way for you to organize your listings as it allows you to associate listings from one category with another.
- All Listings and Filters.
- User Profile.
- Module Assignment: Publish Mosets Tree modules exactly where you want it. Each Mosets Tree modules now includes a new pane that allows you to control where within Mosets Tree pages that a module will be displayed.
- and more! Read on what's new in version 3 and other key features of Mosets Tree in the following links.
Mosets Tree 3.5 for Joomla! 3 is now available.
Key Features of Mosets Tree.
I'm fairly new to Joomla and not very 'techie' but I have to say that the technical support from Lee was First Class. Timely responses to my questions and his assistance helped create exactly what we needed from the extension.
I can't recommend Mosets highly enough for providing such great support.
Powerful directory with extra ordinary support.
That is until I found Joomla and that is when my search for a directory extension started. I could not believe it when I found Mosets Tree. They have really considered the point of view of a business owner and the administrative details associated with running a directory. I scrapped my custom site in favor of Mosets Tree directory and so far I've had absolutely no regrets.
The Update with mosets tree (2.2 to 3) was a nightmare. I'll think the update routine is a game called "try and error".
A highlight of the update was the search for a update manual that does not exist.
In the first try we lost all listings. Then we export the listings and update the extension. But there was some more problems,
we lost all custom fields, template overrides, translations and all categories.
The last consequences of the update was, we create all categories new, and renamed the custom fields from field 1 to 58.
The most beautiful part, the product import, was the assignment of all products for 62 categories.
After this experience I know why the extensions directory (JED) is still on Joomla 1.5 they "fear the update process".
I told my customer that we do not recommend another update (Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3.5) with this product.
In future we will migrate his Machinery portfolio to another directory component.
I can not recommend this component for professional use. Our customers use several different Directory component but this is the worst of all.
So far I have used it on 2 clients' website and will continue to use it for future projects.
The support is excellent and once you're up and running the directory extension is straight forward. The new multi directory support is great!
Mosets tree worked right out of the box. No problems with functionality and I had running without problem. When I needed help to tweak modules to my preferences, the support was excellent.
I am very satisfied with the product and the support and looking forward to future releases of Mosets Tree that will include other functionality I would like to have.
Having had a minor but annoying error, I use the private support forum and was extremely pleased with the quality of support I was given.
Lee responded quickly, was polite and understanding of the issue. He spent time looking into the cause and ensured that it was fixed. Incidently, my error was caused by a third party plugin rather than Mosets itself!
Many thanks to Lee and I hope to use the services of Mosets again if the need arises for future projects.
Something as simple as trying to change the layout of the search module from vertical to horizontal has taken 3 days, still with no success.
The "support" forum is VERY inactive. You can ask there, but it's highly likely that nobody will ever answer. Look at the forum and you will see most posts have 0 replies.
I'm happy with the parts of the product that I've been able to figure out, but I'm totally disappointed with the company and the fact that I spent money on such shoddy support.
From other reviews it sounds like a good thing. And yes, safari is less than 5% of the market, but (just a guess) about 50% of mobile browser market....