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 sent e-mails to the support team and everything was answered. Well done for a GREAT script and service. Looking forward to even more updates.
Five stars all the way!!!
Mosets Tree has gotten many compliments since it was installed, and now that I look back, I have no idea how I could have got my website up and running as desired without using this component.
Onto the issue of support. I had absolutely no reason to contact their support for several months. The installation was straightforward and the configuration of custom fields etc was a breeze. However, I recently encountered a problem that caused my layout to be broken on certain pages so I decided to email their team for some assistance. I provided them with temporary access to the back-end and had two problems each solved in under 24 hours. Great work, Lee! I had expected to wait at least 72 hours, which seems to be the minimum response time these days from other companies.
I would definitely recommend Mosets Tree to anyone currently looking for a functional and attractive directory.
The forum is really good too. If you get stuck - and this is why I decided to write this review - the support is super fast and right on the money.
I decided to migrate my site to a new webhost. No glitches uploading data via PHPMyAdmin or through the uploader (which comes standard with this extension - v useful if like me you are not technically trained and figuring things out as you're going along). I had one problem after migration with the directory not appearing in the browser and it turned out that Mosets Tree conflicted with my wordpress extension. But Lee responded to my email asking for support in less than 12 hours with a simple solution that had the problem fixed in under 5 minutes. Other than that I lost NOTHING, not one bit of information in the migration process.
Thanks for this great component and swift, professional support!
I can't imagine a better component for the task, and I've tried a couple. It's just absolutely perfect for our site and I highly recommend it to others looking for outstanding features in a fully integrated full featured directory!
Hat's off to the good folks at Mosets, one of the best investments I've made with my Joomla sites!
The only reason I only gave them 5 stars is because 10 is not an option.
But the most important thing is a technical support. I think for each extension there are problems, to paint my problems I will not begin, I know about them only and Lee (I think in the new version all to be eliminated), the main thing that all problems in due time dare.
I need to qualify my opinion by saying that I am a new and recent user of directory components, but here is my conclusion:
After some researching I came to the conclusion that Sobi2 was going to be the right choice for me, so I purchased a Joomla template that included a modified Sobi2 template. After installing and trialing it I soon became frustrated with how difficult it was to modify and that the code seemed break very easily with very small changes. Although I did get replies in the forum I didn't receive the solutions to simple problems.
I decided to switch Mosets and purchased the Kinabalu template. I instantly found that there are a great deal more configuration options within mosets and that it is easier modify than Sobi2. It feels like a more professional product to me.
I have posted a number forum questions in the last couple of days in the priority and community forums, and they have all been answered the dKnight the lead developer. I have more confidence that my issues will be resolved here than I did in the Sobi2 forum.
It may be that the Sobi2 product is more appropriate for some applications, but I wanted to post my findings as I came to the wrong conclusion when researching the opinions on the Internet.
I believe that there is no comparison between the two products - Mosets is way better in my opinion.
Quite easy to install, configure and use.
The support is excellent ! Thank you Mr Dknight !
To me the main development area would be to be able to custom/display the custom fields depending on the categories.
Indeed, it is sometimes an issue to have only one advanced search and one detailed listing, whatever the category might be.
However, Mosets Tree and its support well deserve a good rating!
for a piece of software that has been around the block i was really disappointed by the import and export options...
In my case i am trying to run two instances of mosets running on two subdomains with joomla websites, the problem started when i wanted to migrate the data to the second instance of mosets tree, i would have expected to have the option to read the data remotely... or at the very least, have good export and import data tools, however the export tool exports only the listing and does NOT export the categories, in the forum i read that you have to open the categories manually before importing listings - so i did... but since the category ids are different, when i import the data it all goes to the wrong categories, i read somewhere in their forums that the best way to do this is to go to phpmyadmin and export manually the relevant database section, this seems to me very odd - it might be the best way, but it's not easy, and not all that well documented, and i'm surprised why the developers didn't bother to do anything about this, since it's a recurring question throughout the forum to which i didn't see too many replies,
so all in all it's a great piece of software lacking bigtime in the most basic of database migration tools.