Then one forum post mentioned this plug-in and how it solved his problem. No way it could be that easy...
Backed up the site, installed the plugin, clicked to enable it and the site worked perfectly again.
Yep, it was that easy and this is a perfect solution if jquery conflicts are your problem.
Sincere gratitude to the developer.
Thank you for the review, it is gratifying to see that this plugin really helps solve jQuery potential problems in Joomla! environments. This is always a big encouragement and makes me want to push the plugin's limits, especially for those much more complicated issues some users come up with.
I would have given it 5 stars but the only way to use the module in content is to use the content-load module plugin. Not a big deal unless you need to have more than one instance running. Then you have to copy the module, assign it to another unused position, change the folder it's pointing to, etc.
Still, it's well documented, so far it's reliable and secure. Plus, it's a very smooth animation and looks great on iPhone/iPad as it's not Flash.
Thank you for creating this.
Thank you for the review. The module can be loaded into an article with help 3rd party extension. Appropriate extension can be found here:
or you can contact us and we will provide plugin which can load the module into an article.
Not only does this tool allow translating of all our articles, we translate all menu names and many other elements required for the site including custom graphics and videos that change with the language.
I have a team of 26 people involved from many countries with a wide range of technical abilities. Joom!Fish lets me give them appropriate access to create and publish translated articles easily. If they can use a word processor they can create translated articles with Joom!Fish.
The support from the development team is fast and they don't stop until your problem is solved. Supporting the development of this product with the Gold Membership was the best investment I could make for my sites.
If you need to publish your Joomla site in more than one language, get Joom!Fish now. Remember, this is the world wide web.
I had a late night email from a client "requesting" a form to be added to their site for a presentation to their boss the next day. I'd just received an email from Phil with a link to demo Joomla Forms.
I've used his previous form tool - Phil-A-Form (Joomla 1.0) - with success so I checked out the demo. Half an hour later I had downloaded, installed and used Joomla Forms to create a perfect form on my client's site.
Joomla Forms has enough options to cover most of the typical requirements for an online form running in Joomla. The documentation on how to use those options is solid and a sample form is included so you can see exactly how it works. The online forum is well organized and Phil is active in answering questions and solving issues.
Even if I were a programmer, I'd use this tool because it's fast, flexible and reliable.