Hello, We're Joomlashack
Joomlashack was founded on September 2nd, 2005, the day after the Joomla project was officially launched.
Our headquarters is Bradenton, Florida, in the USA. This area is famous for hurricanes, beaches and orange juice. However, we're a remote team and our staff are in Portland, Iowa, Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala and England.
We are known for our extensions
In recent years, Joomlashack has become popular for extensions as well as templates. Joomlashack now supports over 20 well-designed and obsessively-maintained Joomla extensions. These include some of the most popular and famous extensions in the Joomla world, such as OSMap, JCal Pro and OSYouTube.
We are known for our templates
Joomlashack started as a Joomla template company. More than a million Joomla powered websites are using a Joomlashack design. Many of the features you see on commercial templates today were first developed by us.
We are known for our training
In 2009, we started Joomlashack University, the first formal Joomla online training service on the web. In 2014, we struck a deal in which OSTraining started powering Joomlashack University.
After 12 years, our products have never been better
Because we understand your needs as a web developer, we strive to create products designed to save you time and work. With a stellar support team, we teach and support you as you build bigger and better websites.
The best testimonial is that after more than a decade, Joomlashack products continue to have a devoted and loyal following by Joomla beginners and professionals alike.
The Joomlashack brand
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Description: Since 2005, Joomlashack has provided Joomla templates, Joomla extensions, and Joomla training for more than a million Joomla sites. Joomlashack develops some of the most popular and innovative extensions in Joomla, including OSMap, JCal Pro, OSMeta and OSEmbed.