This extension is a huge time saver. Just use the URL Access Key from your usual IP address, and voila.
You'll never get locked out either since it's just a shortcut. You can still access your site from your favorite coffee shop without any trouble.
I wish Inline Content was one of the free features like with Tabs and Sliders.
As soon as I find a project that requires it, I'm definitely going to Go Pro. That Gallery Slideshow is beautiful!
The amount of features you get is unreal (seriously where does Nic get the time). It's fully loaded and ready to go out of the box with little configuration.
I recommend this to anyone building a news site.
Every extension maker should hold themselves to NoNumber's standard.
This is one of the first extensions I install on every new website. No matter what the site, I know I'll use one or more NoNumber extensions, and this makes installing and updating each a pleasant process.
It's so much more. It allows for the total conversion of your Joomla platform, making it ideal for commercial use.
There is a lot to learn with this CCK / App Builder. It's not for any novice, but you don't have to be an expert programmer to work with it.
The ability to build completely unique custom content types for a variety of clients makes this the most valuable extension available for Joomla! Best of all you can keep the core content models as an option for flexibility.
I'm currently working on two huge projects I wouldn't dream of doing without Seblod. A Client-Side Auction Site and a Customer Resource Manager.
The only drawback is the community isn't active enough, there's not much support from the mods, and they don't share Apps on the Seblod website (such as Forum or Ecommerce).
On the other hand, you can find great documentation and tutorials just by googling.
My only question at this stage... how is Seblod supposed to be pronounced?
But Bach Pham over at JoomCore responded immediately to question on the forum, and then through email. He got it working and answered all my questions.
It works as advertised. Facebook Page events are now ported into my client's website which saves her the time and confusion of using a separate event component.