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Reviews(4)
 
bylord_alan, October 22, 2012
Mootools Enabler/Disabler
Many thanks for this.

Just installed it on a new site I am developing in Joomla! 3.0.1. It was easy to install and works like a charm. I really like the option to enable Mootools for specific pages. I can see that being very useful for migrations.

Thanks again.
Owner's reply

Thanks for wasting some time writing a review telling us your experience!

bylord_alan, June 26, 2012
EU e-Privacy Directive
Many thanks for this extension.

It works. Is easy to install (and customise).

A couple of small suggestions for future would be to:

1. allow back-end configuration of some of the front-end language strings, especially "PLG_SYS_EPRIVACY_MESSAGE"
2. and to be able to turn off the post-acceptance messages and buttons.

Those are only niggles really, thanks again for a very useful and nicely crafted Joomla! extension.
Owner's reply

1. I've built this to be a multi-lingual extension - so adding a text field to allow editing of that string would be great - except that I would need to include one for every possible language. The language manager has a facility to override individual language strings. It's easy and fast and the recommended method.

2. You could add:
div.plg_system_eprivacy_declined,
div.plg_system_eprivacy_accepted {
width:0px;
height:0px
}
to your template css and those messages would go away...well, they would still be there and fulfill the requirements of the javascript, but they wouldn't be visible. It would work for every display method except the "System Message" method.

3. Thanks for the great review!

bylord_alan, January 21, 2011
AcyMailing Starter
I've just installed the starter edition for a client's new website. AcyMailing was very easy to install and configure and worked straight away.

The interface is well though out and the features in the free version are terrific.

Thanks.
bylord_alan, July 30, 2008
swMenu
This is an amazing extension. Incredibly flexible, works cross-browser, and has a superb backend management interface.

That's the menu component then.

The most amazing thing is Sean's devotion. Check out the forum and you'll see what I mean. Send him some cash, or buy the "pro" version, and tell your mates about his stuff too.

(Am not affiliated with the owner in anyway)