Utafiti is about to be released - Utafiti is the first of two templates to be released in December and will be followed up by a further two template releases in January 2017. This will ensure that we are up to date for 2016/17 with 1 template release each month. The February template (Church) is currently at the design stage.
JoomlaBamboo is passionate about Joomla and Open Source so we have decided to sponsor our first JoomlaDay event – woohoooo!
A Colourful Responsive Joomla 3+ TEMPLATE
Today Colourshift2 is released as the September 2016 release. The original Colourshift theme was released in December 2011 and proved to be a very popular choice for businesses looking for a bright and colourful theme.
With the recent arrival of the new Joomla Bamboo team members and the change of ownership, we have all been very busy and below is a run through of some of the things we’re working on.
Joomla website users often express frustration that changes made in the Joomla admin panel don't show on their website. One of the causes of this is Joomla caching and the article below outlines how to clear your Joomla 3 cache thereby solving the problem.
Archiving content in Joomla is a way of storing old or no longer relevant articles in your Joomla site without disposing of them completely via the Joomla trash.
The next major version of Zentools2 - our responsive content gallery module - will make it possible to display only archived content to your site visitor's. Displaying archived items may be a an efficient way to group articles that are no longer current but may still hold some SEO value eg previous newsletters or past workshops and events that your business may have been involved in.
The next version of Zentools2 will be released in the next day or so - Please stay tuned for that.
Website contact forms need to be protected from spam and abuse and one way to do this is to add a reCAPTCHA. Adding a Recapcha to your Joomla contact form is a simple process as outlined below:-
This article is intended to give new users an insight into the basics of creating a Joomla 3 website structure in the most efficient way. We plan to publish further articles to build on this tutorial, covering specific areas and features including options and settings.
Find out more by reading How to structure your first Joomla 3 Website.
One of the difficulties members sometimes experience when developing a site for clients is that the client unexpectedly requires major changes to the almost completed site just before the site is due to be released.
In some cases these changes are requested by the client because of misunderstandings regarding content, design, functionality, planning or the complexity of the site. In this article we look at the various aspects that should be discussed by the site developer and the client prior to any work commencing on the website.
This article is not intended to be a fully comprehensive guide, but gives ideas and suggestions from the Joomlabamboo team for the initial planning stage.
One of the most important tools used by the Joomla Bamboo team to troubleshoot websites and build templates is the Chrome browser. Inside the Chrome browser are a series of bundled web authoring and debugging tools, which are grouped under the name Chrome Developer Tools or DevTools for short.
Please view the Chrome Computing Panel tutorial on the Joomla Bamboo documentation site to find out more.