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After you’ve built one or more Joomla websites you will start to realize that there are a handful of Joomla extensions that, in your opinion, should have been included with the standard Joomla package. As it is, you’ll need to assemble your personal collection of tools and add them to your website. Everybody has their own list . . . here’s mine:
Google announced this week that they will be adding file sharing and storage to the feature set of Google Docs, one of the applications that makes up Google Apps. That includes files of any kind, limited in size to 250 MB (limited??) per file and 1 GB of storage per user.
Back in December Brian Teeman wrote a blog post called Joomla Manual for Users, and in that post he highlighted a new service called Joomanuals. The idea behind Joomanuals is to provide end-user manuals that a website builder could give to the owner(s) of a new Joomla website so that they would know how to use their new website and manage its content.
One of the tasks of a website designer (or builder, as the case may be) is choosing the colors for a website – colors for the background, text, links, headings, etc. So what do you do if, like me, you don’t have a natural gift for choosing color schemes? Fortunately there are some free resources available on the web that can help someone like me in making color decisions, and two that I have used are Kuler and Color Scheme Designer.
The other day when I was looking for a better RSS icon than the stock icon that came with the K2 component I ran across this blog post at the Creative Nerds website: Ultimate RSS Feed Icon Collection Over 1500+. Here, in their words, are what they found: