This module shows Alexa Rank widget on your joomla website.
✅ It will show Alexa Rank of your website
✅ It is full responsive
✅ It works with all templates. If not support is available for help.
✅ It protects your content.
Supported Platform :
Joomla 3.x and Joomla 4.X
Note: Any issue let me know. Joomla latest version (3.x and 4.0) tested and working great ????
How to use :
✅ Just install the module and install it.
✅ Then it will start working.
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All the features of the free version - exact Google Tag Manager
Plus these great features:
- Article Information in the Data Layer
- K2 Item Information in the Data Layer
- Track User Login - with additional user information
- Hash User Email - for unique user tracking
Videos included to show how to use each feature.
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Phoca Top Menu module - a Joomla! CMS module which displays horizontal top menu in Joomla! administration.
Phoca Top Menu module is based on Admin Top Menu module created by Clifford E Ford.
In options, theme can be set.
- Category: Latest Extensions
Free of charge solution for comments in Joomla™ core content (articles). Full HTML editor, fast, secure.
Nested, full HTML comments. Comments can be nested (up to 6 levels deep). Your site’s visitors enter comments using Joomla’s configured WYSIWYG editor; no more typing in raw HTML / bbCode / Markdown or using awkward editors which look out of place. All comments are stored in your site’s database; you own your data.
Fast, scalable and secure. Akeeba Engage is built for speed and hand-tuned to minimise the number and time of database queries. It can easily be scaled to hundreds of thousands of comments. The comments are sanitised on submission either with Joomla’s built in text filters or the widely used, audited HTML Purifier library and post-processed on display to prevent SEO issues with their included links.
Powerful and flexible. Choose which categories or articles should have comments. Close comments per category / article. Optionally auto-close comments after a specific period of time since the article’s publish date. Comment management from the frontend and the backend.
Prevent comment spam. Full support for Joomla’s CAPTCHA system for guest, visitor or all comments. Optional integration with the third party Akismet service, including support for definitive spam and reporting spam back to Akismet.
Semantic and accessible. The HTML output is fully annotated with microdata using the Schema.org schema, fully validated with Google’s Webmaster Tools. Both the frontend and the backend are accessible to screen readers and navigable with a keyboard – Joomla core features and third party extensions notwithstanding.
Integrated with Joomla. Akeeba Engage uses core Joomla permissions. It comes with optional support for Joomla’s Privacy and User Actions Log features. It supports Akeeba DataCompliance.
AMP ready. If you use wbAMP to implement Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) on your site your comments will be there, fully marked up, making Google happy. Your custom CSS will be automatically included in wbAMP’s output as well.
Customisable. Don’t like how it looks? No problem! Override its output with standard template overrides and its CSS with standard CSS overrides. We even include the SCSS sources to make it easier.
Email notifications. Send email notifications to comment managers and article authors. Email notifications can also be sent to people when their comment receives a reply. Anyone but comment managers can unsubscribe from the notifications, satisfying privacy and email legislation around the world.
Avatars. See who you’re discussing with. Akeeba Engage can display avatars and user profiles using the Gravatar service.
- Comments allow for full HTML, edited using the WYSIWYG editor configured in Joomla. HTML filtering for comments either by Joomla itself or using the more robust, heavily audited HTML Purifier library.
- Comments can be filed by logged in users or guests (configurable with Joomla's permissions).
- Guest commenters' information can be remembered across sessions on the same browser.
- Custom module positions for enriching the comments output without overriding the view templates.
- Guest users can see a module or a module position to help them log in to file a comment (fully compatible with Akeeba SocialLogin).
- Control open/closed comments, comments autoclose and comments display globally, per category and per article.
- Comments are hierarchical, i.e. you can file a comment in reply to another comment. Avatars using the Gravatar service.
- You can optionally require a CAPTCHA for guest comments, non-special users' comments or for all comments. You can use any CAPTCHA supported by Joomla, installed and enabled on your site.
- Comments can be checked for spam using Akismet (paid, third party service). Notifications about comments can be sent to managers and optionally the participants of a conversation using customizable email templates.
- wbAMP support for comments display on AMP pages (you can only file new comments and reply to comments in the full HTML view, though).
- Fully semantic output with Schema.org tagging using microdata in both HTML and AMP outputs.
- Dark Mode support, front- and backend.
- Integration with Joomla's Privacy (com_privacy) and Akeeba DataCompliance components for GDPR compliance i.e. data export and implementation of user content deletion.
- Integration with User Actions, logging administrative actions taken on comments.
- Full support for Joomla caching (Conservative and Progressive).
- You can customize the comments display with standard Joomla template overrides.
- You can customize the CSS used for comments display with standard Joomla media overrides. You get the full SCSS source files.
Please note that the minimum system requirements for Akeeba Engage are higher than those for Joomla itself.
Finally, at the time of this writing, Joomla 4 is still in beta. While we do everything humanly possible to support Joomla 4 do keep in mind that it's still under active development and things may be slightly broken. If you found a bug please do report it so we can fix it. Thank you!
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Today we’re shipping our fifth and final alpha release of Bootstrap Icons. After today’s alpha release, we’ll be moving onto final touch ups of existing icons, closing out some more requests, and buttoning things up for a stable v1 release. Stay tuned!
This release adds nearly 300 new glyphs, taking us right past 1,000 icons. We’ve fleshed out all our calendar icons to add ranges and events, added a suite of new phone icons, added tons of new devices and hardware icons, dozens of badges, and so much more.
As was the case with our previous alpha releases, not only do we
have tons of brand new icons, but also dozens of fixes and
refinements to existing ones. We’ve improved our paths to reduce
icon file sizes, spending more time making things pixel perfect and
with fewer vector hacks in our Figma files. In addition, we’ve
updated our icon processing script to read the
viewBox dimensions of
each SVG individually to set their
In future updates, this will allow us to create icons of various
dimensions instead of our default 16x16.
New SVG sprite
In addition to hundreds of new icons, we’ve added a new
sprite. For those new to SVG sprites, it allows you to load a
single asset and reference fragments of it across your project
without inserting the entire HTML for the SVG.
Here’s a quick look at how it works once imported:
<svg class="bi" width="32" height="32" fill="currentColor"> <use xlink:href="bootstrap-icons.svg#heart-fill"/> </svg> <svg class="bi" width="32" height="32" fill="currentColor"> <use xlink:href="bootstrap-icons.svg#toggles"/> </svg> <svg class="bi" width="32" height="32" fill="currentColor"> <use xlink:href="bootstrap-icons.svg#shop"/> </svg>
We hope to include some optimizations around this in the future as it’s our first endeavor into an SVG sprite system. Feedback and ideas are always welcome in our issues!
Coming in v1 stable
The single biggest feature coming in v1’s stable release will be icon web fonts. There’s a PR underway that requires further SVG path cleanup, as well as some tooling improvements. Overall it feels pretty promising!
While icon fonts are great for a handful of implementation
reasons, please be aware that they are not inherently the most
accessible option for your visitors. SVGs provide more control and
styling options, and allow you to be accessible from the start with
If you have additional tips for how we can improve our icons, documentation, or tooling to be more accessible and approachable, don’t hesitate to share.
Beyond that, we’ll continue to clean up and improve existing icons and then aim to add a handful of new icons.
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