This week we launched a brand new extension store with a refined look, easier checkout process and much more. You'll have to try it out - head over to one of our extensions store products and add it to your cart. Try the check out process. It seamlessly uses ajax to make checkout easy and pain free.
Available for purchase starting monday, 4/11/2016!
We have been working behind the scenes for the last 4 months on the next generation Art Data version 2.2.0. The previous version is 1.7.6. The significant difference in version number is indicative of the scope of changes coming to Art Data. We are completely changing the way Art Data works, looks and functions in every way.
In the Joomla! Community there is a constant and urgent need for capable designers that can contribute their creativity and colourful skills to create beautiful artwork. If you are a talented designer with passion for Joomla! and good design, this is a great opportunity you shouldn’t miss!
A critical security vulnerability has been found in the jQuery plugin prettyPhoto which runs Art Pretty Photo in versions less than 2.0.0.
The trademark team manages and defends Joomla-related trademarks and licensing on behalf of the the Joomla Community. We want to make sure the world respects the policies and regulations we have around the use of the Joomla! name and brand mark.
Hello Everyone, We wanted to first say thank you to all of our users for their support of Artetics.com exensions. Many of you have emailed about not being able to read the forum threads for certain extensions you may have purchased or downloaded for free in the past. We want to explain the reason for this.
Are you a creative person that is able to manage projects and deliver them on time? Do you like working with a team of talented designers?
The joom.la url shortener was changed recently to a YOURLS setup which provides us with a higher level of customisation. The Team has, to our knowledge, exported all former short URLs however we may have missed some.
Over the past 10 years, Joomla! has evolved naturally as a solution with guidance from the many wonderful volunteers and contributors. While this has worked for us so far, in order for us to remain relevant we need to start looking outside of our volunteer groups for direction. Namely, we need to start thinking about our end users - their needs, wants, and how they actually use the CMS in their day to day.
At the Joomla! World Conference in November 2014, a team was tasked by the Leadership Summit with reviewing and updating the Joomla! Code of Conduct which is presently available at https://www.joomla.org/about-joomla/the-project/code-of-conduct.html.