However, as with many, but not all, free extensions, the back link should be optional otherwise it is not a free extension in my view. If all developers did that our sites would look like link farms.
Thank you for your review.
I saw a post on the Joomla forum about removing our footer back link (just by adding one CSS line) so you can apply this method until we add a simple option on our free version (next release!).
Our back link is not added in your e-mails, neither on the module but only on the archive section so it's not obtrusive.
Anyway, we don't want users to upgrade to our commercial version only because they want to remove our back link so we will give the option to remove it on our free version as well... AcyMailing Starter will really be a free extension! ;)
And it is free like Ubercart for Drupal.
I only wish that more developers get behind the project and would like to thank sincerely to the current team for all their great work.
However, I agree with everyone here who said that the back link is simply cheap, and makes the developers look more greedy than credible. Should be an option.
Note to the JED Team:
Please consider reviewing your criteria for a non-commercial plugin. The back link should optional for user, otherwise all our sites will look like link farms. The great gallery component Phoca, and many others are in the same boat.
Great work guys!
I have been asking about this on the forum and waiting for someone to develop this for a long time. Finally it is here.
This is a great, accessible, text based math captcha.
Hello Marek, you are welcome. I like to share with other Joomla! users.
Thank you for your review!
And, it is free! Thank you Jan.
However, I would appreciate if we could turn off the link to Phoca. If all extension developers included a link to their site, all our sites would look like link farms.
This is the sole reason why I do not use it.
Hi, see the Phoca Forum, there are so many ways to get link free version.
However, while the functionality is great, the developers have take too much liberty in my view in designing the user interface. Instead of trying to make it a standard Joomla component, the interface looks like something from another CMS.
I would be very helpful if some of the more serious extension developers took a hint from Drupal and made their extensions actually look like part of Joomla.