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1. SEF fixes (tested in 1.5.14)
2. Enabled Joomla Cache System for performance
1. Added Random Functionality
2. Added Joomla Core SEO Features
3. Added Titile for the anchors
4. Removed ItemId (handled by core joomla itself)
1. Proper Content Route class added (bug fix)
1. Added publish_in and publish_down conditions
Pros: Easy to use, simple, customizable.
Cons: Doesn't list articles in subcategories - need to create a module for each subcategory. Maybe as a future update?
Great extension, thank you!
Nothing much to say, I've installed, configured and it worked without any erros in about 2 minutes, with Joomla 1.5 and using the ModulesAnywhere plugin to show the module inside my article.
There is a problem however. If the title contains a " character, the tooltip on the links will corrupt the HTML, since the title attribute on the links is not escaped. At the same time, the href attribute is not enclosed in "-s, so this is not HTML compliant also.
Easy to fix, in the "tmpl" directory of the module (mod_articlelist), you can find a
"default.php" file. The problem is on line 7, this is the correct version (not sure if it eill come through correctly, but I hope):
" href="">title; ?>
Other than this, it is a perfectly good plugin - and it is completely free...
All I wanted was a LIST of articles in the sidebar so my Joomla blog would actually LOOK like a typical blog. This module does that.
And, the installation is SO easy. Install the module, fill in the parameters... Kindergarten-level stuff.
I love this module.
Altough i understand that most people will want to use this as a module, i would also like to list articles in content directly (without first making a module). Would be great if it would also be available as a plugin.
Display articles in a particular Section/Category as a bulleted list. Excellent! And straight out of the box.
Simple install and setup. Parameter definitions are intuitive. Can't say "thank you" enough for this one!
Anyhow, great extension, and that you for your work!
Hey, thanks for your review. Thanks for your enhancement. We have it in mind to do this in our next release.
It's the easiest and quickest ever to install and configure.
It serves as the perfect "Table of contents" for the articles in a section or category. Just use the ID for the category or section in the settings.
In fact, I think it could be part of Joomla! core :-)
Thank you for sharing!
Please post the bugs and enhancements in my forum http://forum.jeema.net. The "Title" which you mean to say is the module title right?. Module title will be displayed by your template index.php, not controlled by module.
I use it to show the 5 latest modified articles in 2 categories and it took me 2' to get it running and designed (with a simple CSS suffix).
Simple often means good :)
A columns approch would be handy, as well as the option to show article from more than a category.
Hi, Thanks for your review. I updated my module to cater for multiple categories. Will do the column approach in my next release.