Profile: Simon Latham

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Glad it's still available for 3.4+!


Posted on 03 June 2015
90
Functionality
Does exactly as it's supposed to do. My only wish is to be able to add an image, when submitting a link from the front-end.
100
Ease of use
Very easy to use.
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Value for money
I used this to: You guessed it... displaying external links!
80

Still a Winner!


Posted on 09 February 2015
100
Functionality
The first time I used JEvents (2010), I thought it was a very robust events management system. No change there, then... except it's BETTER!
100
Ease of use
Works 'out of the box', but quite open to customization. Detailed back-end tooltips also help a great deal.
100
Support
I can't remember ever having to wait longer than a few hours (tops) for a question to be answered. THAT'S what I call support!
99
Documentation
Detailed. Ok, some are a tad dated, but hey... they're not exactly bad apples!
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Value for money
I used this to: EVERYTHING! I can't believe I've never posted a review prior to this!
Kudos to the guys behind JEvents! It's still a winner!
100

Quick... easy... brilliant!


Posted on 23 November 2013
1. Quick to install (well...)

2. Easy to implement - click the button, enter the php code, toggle tags, insert!

3. Brilliant!
100

Much ado about...


Posted on 26 October 2013
I'm so glad I purchased this extension; it does exactly what it says on the tin... nothing. What? Nothing!



The real beauty is that it does nothing soooo well! In this instance, I was quite happy to give something for nothing. What? Nothing!
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I don't usually submit a review just to make a complaint...


Posted on 14 June 2013
.... and this is no exception!



BGMax is the BIZ! Install, tweak, publish... boom!

Simple back-end UI, brilliant front-end result!



Currently using it on a Shape 5 Vertex template, on which I've tried extensions with supposedly similar capabilities and got undesirable results (jQuery conflicts).



If I was gonna make a Joomla! extension, THIS is how I'd make it!



Well done.

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MOD(ALS)_rewrite


Posted on 04 April 2013
100
Functionality
It's always a pleasure to use a No Number extension. I've been using Modals for a few years, now (when it was still called Modalizer).
100
Ease of use
There's nothing difficult about using Modals. Even with the default settings, and free version, it's ready to work... effortlessly!
100
Support
I always say a great product is nothing without equally great support. No Number covers both bases and Peter is a gentleman. Respect to you!
100
Documentation
Well... new website? Detailed tutorials and examples? And up-to-date videos, too! A developer's dream come true.
100
Value for money
I used this to: Currently using Modals to open pages that produce really long-winded urls. Works like a charm! Next up, Login module.
P.S: Why "MOD(ALS)_REWRITE"? I had written a review about this extension about 3 years ago. JED only allows 1 review per extension. Yeah, I'm silly like that!

Brilliant!


Posted on 08 September 2012
I was looking for an extension that offered the facility of showing tweets from multiple accounts. Stumbled upon Latest Tweets and never looked back!

Very simple to install and configure, as well as a very neat. Had a problem with getting the scroll function to work, contacted the support team and they responded almost immediately!



Well worth the money!

Install, enable and... PRESTO!!


Posted on 24 August 2011
Love it!



There was absolutely nothing to it; I installed the module, went to the plugin manager and enabled it.



At first, it was only showing on the home page, but as soon as I went into the login module and enabled visibility on all pages, that problem was solved.



Kudos to the developer(s) of this module. As a newbie to building websites, it's exactly what I needed... something simple! Methinks I'll use it on every site I create. Oh, and thanks for making it free.
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