Joomla! extensions by Obix
Joomla! extensions are, as the word suggests, extensions to the Joomla! CMS. Although Joomla! offers a lot of functionality out of the box, sometimes there is a need for more. Extensions meet that need. For example, if you want to send newsletters from the website or offer services and products for payment. There are suitable extensions for that.
Most extensions can be found in the Joomla! Extension Directory or JED for short. You will find both free extensions and extensions that need to be paid for. The quality differs considerably from extension to extension and the asking price is not always a reliable indication. So be critical. Only use extensions from reliable sources and reliable creators and try to find objective information about an extension you would like to use beforehand.
This extension allows reliable shop and product reviews to be posted via WebwInkelKeur (https://www.webwinkelkeur.nl/), an affordable review service provider focused on the Dutch market.
Unlike other extensions offered here, this is a paid extension that can be obtained from Joomill's webshop:
This system plugin allows you to access private GitHub repositories, display documents and source code contained therein on the website and offer releases for download.
The plugin is a `system plugin` that behaves like a `content plugin`. Like most content plugins, tags allow dynamic information to be included in content. Unlike content plugins, this works not only in article texts and the like, but in almost any other place, such as, for example, article titles, menu item titles, etc.
On this website, the plugin is used to display extension documentation (README.md) and make the extensions available for download.
This plugin allows translation of (selected) text from within a text editor.
The plugin is of the type "Editor Xtd". Because operation of plugins in this group is triggered by a button below the editor area, they are often called editor buttons. It makes use of an external translation service called DeepL.
For Joomla! 5.x
For Joomla! 4.x
This extension tries to improve the editing of articles in the front-end a little.
It is not always desirable that content managers have access to the back-end, the administrative side of a website. In that case, the site can be set up to allow management via the front-end, the side of the website accessible to everyone. There are some snags and catches and this extension tries to do something about some of them.
This extension allows the adaptation and extension of Joomla! or 3rd party core classes.
When building websites, many times there is the need for adaptation or extension of core functionality. For instance, when a Joomla! list model does not support filtering on a specific user id.