The website has a version for Joomla 1.5 and Joomla 2.5. I used the Joomla 1.5 version. Getting CiviCRM/Joomla extensions working seems to be a tricky thing few developers manage to do it. This is a rare example where it worked out of the box. The code was clear enough and documented enough that I was even able make my own improvements. Thanks
Component had minor issue with JCK editor. Author fixed them soon after my reporting them. New version has been posted, looks like it has same fixes. Photo upload integrated into the submission page is a very nice touch. Keeps end users from dumping pictures all over the place in your folder structure. Would be even better if it had a front end upload component that re-sized the photos on the client side, like ignite Gallery. People that need this simplified article submission are the same ones that will upload a 5MegPixel pic from their cell phone wonder why it is taking so long and think your website has frozen up.
However all in all definitely worth the money.
I've manually set up error pages for a Joomla site before so I figured I would do the same again. After wasting several hours making a static HTML page etc, I still didn't have a working solution. So figured I would see what was available in the way of extensions.
Found this little gem, a little money and a little time and working Custom Error pages. Should have used this right from the start.
The tracking of bad URL's is a great feature as well.