Even when we ran into a problem and asked the Sobi Team to investigate, their findings were that another extension was causing the problem. Did they just wash their hands of the problem? No they didn't. They worked a solution out and then decided to include it in future releases. What is more - they did this on a Saturday!!!
I am a Gold Subscriber and I feel that the subscription is worth every penny when you get a great product with great service. Thanks to the SobiPro Team.
This checker took a few minutes to work through the site content and clearly indicated the problem links as well as highlighting 301 and 302 links on external sites.
A value for money product that I am happy to use on my larger client sites.
I tried 5 other modules (including some paid modules) and they all ended up causing more problems than they solved.
This has done everything required of it and was quite easy to customise with css classes readily available.
Kudos to this developer.
I had a client site that had been hacked and I thought I had replaced all the Joomla files and cleaned all remaining files. The virus checker found two files I had missed. I was impressed.
A couple of points to consider - when some of the checkers are running the only indicator is the browser tab showing 'loading' so it would be easy to think nothing was happening. A more visual warning that the system was carrying out the task would be better.
The £79 price tag is good value for money. It would save me more than that in time wasted just checking files for one hacked site!
Great stuff guys.
Howver - There is a patch available on joomlacode.org by codejunkie, that changes that and now I can add menu items witha choice of sections/categories/files and this works brilliantly.
With a little knowledge of php and CSS I have been able to style the output to meet my client's needs exactly.
This is now a standard component on my base installation for clients.
Hi, thank you for your review. Since 1.3.1 the menu option (solution from codejunkie) was integrated to the component.
So big thanks to codejunkie.
Thank you, Jan