Profile: Daniel

Event Booking

OS Team Rocks

Posted on 18 May 2018

Really nice. Worked from the get go!

Ease of use

Again. They really thought this thru and or followed up on customer suggestions.


Stellar. They answer within 24 hrs or less. If you're considering DTH Development (an alternate component), I'd pass.


One of the best features is the ease in which you can filter topics on separate site.

Value for money

Way worth it.

I used this to: Event registration


A full component / Well thought out

Posted on 26 August 2016

Wow, finally a developer who thought this thru! Menus, modules, layouts and search plugin. The search plugin sealed the deal for me.

Ease of use

Came together very fast.


Haven't tried it yet cause the interface is easy, so no opinion


They could add some better pop up messaging when hovering over admin labels fields

Value for money

I'm happy

I used this to: FAQs for a client. See

Ignite Gallery

Great Extension / Great Support / Well-developed

Posted on 23 June 2016

Been using this for 3+ yrs, work well across many browsers and resolutions

Ease of use

A very complete product


Support shines. Sent them a tix@4p MST. They found & fixed my issue -- an extension conflict. They clearly go above and beyond the call!


They've built a full website to support the product

Value for money

These days, a steal!

I used this to: Album display, Image display, image searches. The display feels like you're taking a tour instead of just opening and closing an images, etc. This lays it all out for you to cruise thru images. Perfect for Joomla, and they are steadily developing the product.

HTML 2 Articles

Great support and easy software interface

Posted on 26 February 2014

I have to give 5 stars for the software and support. At first, I tested it with the most consistent HTML pages with no images or links and oddly, it only saved about 20% of them.

I wondered I bought the wrong package, but I alerted the author who said he'd never seen anything quite like it. He surmised that software was moving too fast for my MySQL dB. He said he'd have a solution in 24 hrs. In 36 hrs it was all solved. He put a throttle on the import.

I'd give 6 stars if it can convert the imported links to joomla!

ARRA User Migrate

Really clean interface

Posted on 15 February 2014

I have to say I had my doubts that there was a component out there that would allow me to import a CSV file with plain passwords and when imported they would be properly encrypted. Glad I was wrong!

Of course you will need to prepare your data. I use Seblod CCK, so I will have to go thru additional steps for supplemental user data, but I'm OK with that once I have a user id to associate with.

I have not tried the other migration methods the author offers, but with such a clean interface. Money well spent!


It works!

Posted on 28 April 2012

I am amazed this plugin is not part of joomla itself... a non-authorized page should NEVER go to a 404 page. This plugin fixes exactly that.

A good start to the plugin and doing me fine in a pinch.

I wish it had one more feature, such as: After a successful login, then go to the page your were originally on, i.e. the one that forced you to login at the start. Setting that dynamically would be great. thx Jacob

ARI Image Slider

Just Wow!

Posted on 19 March 2012

When I upgraded a site from J1.5 to J2.5, I had to replace an old image slider. So glad I landed on Ari Image Slider. It does everything described and it works. Lots of parameters to tweak this. Very Nice Work!!

Tweet Display Back

For those about to Tweet... WE SALUTE YOU!

Posted on 22 November 2011

Wow, this author really went the long green mile for Joomla fans.

I tried 3 others and kept getting disappointed when things I'd try did not work (I have implemented about 35 Joomla sites over the last 5 years, so yes, I know how to clear cache) or did NOT really do what what the author programmed, or did not "really" work with J1.7.

This is a great module: Plethora of Options! And great CSS control!


Like WordPress, this fills a void

Posted on 15 December 2010

I like this so far... it definitely fills a void, that WordPress does well: Blog Posts and a link to them by month.

I used jSeblod CCK to create a blog content type + Jcomments (or other).

My only complaint so far is the CSS built by the component, but I don't think it's the author's fault.

e.g. I want to edit the date displayed in the H3 tag within td.contentheading -- as I don't want the date above each article in the component area.

Additionally, it seems redundant as the module has a parameter for 'Show Created Date'.


Cool -- Right out of the box

Posted on 08 November 2007

What can you say works out of the box. Ok if you're a newbie you define your terms inside the Mambot itself -- not on your page. I'd give this an excellent rating if there were a wee bit more documentation and an easy for my client to add their terms themselves. And wouldn't it be nice... (don't mean to sound like Beach Boys here) ... if there were admin interface for the term records, but did the author say, FREE! ~cubefree

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