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Open Source Matters: November 2010 Report

Open Source Matters: November 2010 Report

Open Source Matters is the non-profit organization managing legal, financial, and trademark related matters for the Joomla! project. November's report covers some of the initiatives begun over the past few weeks that have been shared with the community for feedback.

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12 Usability Guidelines Every Joomla! Template Should Follow

12 Usability Guidelines Every Joomla! Template Should Follow

Over the years I've been involved in Joomla!, I’ve seen some great improvements in templates. Many templates are now very sophisticated, slick and beautiful. Just compare the early work of any of the veteran template providers with their recent efforts to see the quantum leaps they’ve all made.

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Are you getting your fair share of PHP memory?

Are you getting your fair share of PHP memory?

I remember when 4K of RAM was considered alot of memory. Granted, this was quite some time ago and things have certainly progressed since then. Today it seems like every other year adds a Giga-byte or two of RAM to the default configuration of our personal workstation. Well, a similar trend is evident with online memory in shared PHP environments.

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Fighting Spam in a Joomla! Powered Website

Fighting Spam in a Joomla! Powered Website

SPAM! This is one problem that any webmaster today has to contend with in his daily tasks. If not dealt with on a fundamental level, it can really become a pain in the neck and also end up in consuming time. Not removing Spam comments/registrations/forums posts on websites can really be harmful for its reputation and credibility.

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Jane Beyond & friends

Jane Beyond & friends
Illustration by:  YeprJane Beyond
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