It's also easy to use on a multilingual site. And my experience with the support forum are as good as many of the earlier reviewers expressed.
:-( There are still users that don't understand that the design is set in Parameters and because of it it cannot be included in static CSS file.
This guestbook is designed primarily for users who do not know programming or coding or for users who have no time to find and replace code. It is designed for users who want to set the design in parameters easily.
Such parameters cannot be included in static CSS file, they need to be included in dynamic php (html) file.
Phoca Guestbook includes CSS file, but design parts which can be set in paramters are of course included in php file which can work dynamically with the parameters.
So please, try to find some information about CSS and you will know it is static and cannot include parameters (of course there is a way making CSS as php but this is more complicated than adding inline styles into php (html))
When I don't see the problem comprehensively, than I cannot say, someone does not understand :-( :-( :-)
Thank you for understanding.
With the content types the end users can easily add all types of content, while FLEXIcontent and CSS take care for the positioning. That is what end-users expect from a CMS.
And it's got versioning to!
There are two reasons I doubted about giving 5 stars: there is to few documentation, but it's still a young project. And second: it shouldn't be a component but Joomla! core :). I hope the developers get an invitation very soon to add their code to Joomla! 1.7.
Just a quick look into the extensions package or the source of the page and you see - there is indeed a css file (besps.css). And the best, it is loaded after the inline styles which allows to customize every single aspect of the layout to fit your needs.
This plugin makes use of both, the power of the Joomla! framework wich allows comfortable server side parameter driven styles plus the ability to override these setting from within a static stylesheet.
Inline styles should never be used in an extension? I do - and I like the results.
Civicrm is bigger than Joomla and is far more difficult to configure. Unlike Joomla you need IT professionals to get it working.
The plugins are great, it's so very easy too insert all kinds of content: images, movies, pdf, links etc.
The only minor point is that the developer works so hard :).There are many upgrades which aren't always properly tested. But his support is very good.
JCE runs on all my joomla! sites.
I can't organise my users into interest groups, can't sort them out.