Today we're releasing a major update to OSCampus, the new Learning Management System (LMS) for Joomla.
OSCampus is designed for online courses. You can use OSCampus to create classes with multiple lessons and quizzes.
OSCampus is incredibly robust and is already used by 1,000's of people every week. OSCampus runs the video training on OSTraining, and it's architecture is the basis for Joomlashack University and the official Joomla.org training site!
On Tuesday, October 25, the Joomla team released version 3.6.4, which is an urgent security update.
We've compiled a short FAQ to help you, and we'll keep this updated as we know more.
Here's what you need to know about the Joomla 3.6.4 release ...
A few weeks ago, we wrote about 6 possible new features in Joomla 3.7.
Well, one feature is guaranteed for Joomla 3.7. That feature is improved URLs.
Joomla 3.7 will allow you to remove the numbers from URLs.
In this post, I'll show you how to test this upcoming feature. This guide is for testing purposes only. Please don’t use this for production sites yet!
When creating modules in Joomla, you may have seen a "Module Class Suffix" option.
When you add menu links in Joomla, you may have seen a "Page Class" option.
Did you know that these two features are very closely related? These features allow you to add custom CSS to specific modules or pages. This makes suffixes a really good way to style individual modules and pages.
Many Joomla template designers rely heavily on these suffixes to create their unique designs.
In the videos below, we'll introduce you to page and module suffixes. These videos are part of our "CSS for Joomla" class which is available inside Joomlashack University.
Joomla 3.6.3 was released on October 18th.
This is a bug-fix release that fixed over 300 issues. You can see the complete list of bug-fixes on Github.
As with any release, some users may see one or two glitches. In this post, we'll keep a list of any glitches that are reported.
Do you like clean and elegant design? Check out Élan, one of our favorite templates at Joomlashack.
This week's update to Élan includes minor changes to be compatible with the very last version of the Wright framework.
Today, we bring you a big update for the Optimus template.
We have completely redesigned Optimus with a minimalist approach. The template is also now responsive and based on version 3 of the Wright framework.
Along with this, we're happy to complete one of the major goals set out in our 2016 roadmap: all our Joomla templates are responsive, stylish, Joomla 3 compatible, and based on Wright 3.