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byWicko, April 23, 2014
Phoca Maps Plugin
Using the Phoca Mpa plug allows you to easily add the maps build in Phoca Map Component into either articles or module.
Works fine in Joomla 3.2
byWicko, April 23, 2014
Phoca Maps
Phoca Maps component allows to you easily create Google maps with additional markers that can have their own icons.
There is also the feature to add kml overlays, but this requires quite a bit more knowledge and I hope they can build this in to future updates
byWicko, February 6, 2014
JE VM Seach
This search module for Virtuemart is excellent. It displays thumbnail images of the products on the fly as you try in your search phrases. The support I got with customizing superb and will be a company who's modules and components I will use again.
byWicko, May 18, 2010
jNews
jNews is an excellent module and component for managing and running news letters from your site. A module can be added to users and easily subscriber to your news letter feeds and in the back end you can create html emails and mass mail to any number of subscriber lists you create.
The help and support I received from ijoobi was first class.
All mails can be tracked to show number of emails send and who has opened them.
When creating your Newsletter you can easily link to articles or products to help build style and images to attract your readers attention.

Wicko
byWicko, February 4, 2010
Mad4Joomla
I found Mad4Joomla Mailforms very easy to set up to create simple forms. I would recommend this to anyone who wishes to add simple forms that will send clear response.
byWicko, November 30, 2009
SmartResizer
This little plug is a great. It produced a neat thumbnail of my original image and displays in blog perfectly without disturbing the article headline layout which helps give impact. The only thing I would like to have seen would be an option to use a reduced set of CSS so headlines appeared small in blog area. This would help when listing in columns.
Otherwise this plug is perfect and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to show thumbnails of there images in intros of article while still showing full size image when open.

GREAT!