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module_name.php file can't be overridden. Check to see if the module has options to disable the loading of its scripts - Many modules come with such settings. If it hasn't, then you could propose this to the developers of the modules to include it in the next release. You can always clone the module and make one of yours that will behave the way you want. ...


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I went through a review of Gallery extensions a couple of years ago with similar requirements and loaded up Phoca, JoomGallerry to test but eventually settled on Ignite Gallery from NZ. Ignite can do the resizing on the client before the upload, using PLUP(?) and was intuitive to set up, support was quick, it had plenty of options but seemed clean and modern....


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As @Sharky said, you can check the extension versions by accessing their manifest files. Here are the path of those files for each type of extension : Component : ../administrator/components/com_extension_name/extension_name.xml Module : ../modules/mod_extension_name/mod_extension_name.xml Plugin : ../plugins/plugin_type/extension_name/extension_name....


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If you're not an administrator of the site, you can't have this information in full. If you know which extensions are installed, you can check their versions by accessing their manifest files. For example, you can find out Joomla! version by accessing administrator/manifests/files/joomla.xml file. The closest you can get to finding out which extensions are ...


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the extension is an aggregate of modules, plugins and components? A extension, is not the combination of a component, module and plugin. This is what a package is Plugins, Modules, Components, Templates are all types of extensions. So if I'm right, than modules, plugins and components have the same versions. Is it also true? No. They're all separate, ...


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I woudld suggest you could install the Component and the event triggered Plugins together as a Joomla Installation Package to ensure both are available. https://docs.joomla.org/Package


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Joomla uses composer to add + maintain the added library files in /libraries/vendor/ Do not use Joomla's composer for your own composer libraries. That might update Joomla's composer libraries as well which makes Joomla different from the distributed version, so your Joomla website might behave differently then expected. Those composer libraries are only ...


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The code required to extract the first name of the currently logged in user is fairly simple. Here's an example: <?php $user = JFactory::getUser(); if (!$user->guest) { echo strtok($user->name, ' '); } ?> Using the free or paid version of Sourcerer you could insert the code directly into an article as follows: {source}<?php $user =...


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Yes there is a way (or two): If you want to use an extensión, you can try with DB Embed Pro This allows you to insert data in your articles as you mention. You also can do this by Selecting data using JDatabase In this way, you can show you data in any part of your site, for example you can add the code in index.php file in your template, or in some ...


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As far as code goes, there is none. It's expected that commercial code be written better, but that's not a requirement, just an expectation. The major difference between commercial and free is the level of support expected. Most sensible people will cut you some slack if the support for a free extension is spotty or slow (some won't, even then). But once ...


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A solution could be possible using Community Builder extension and it's plugin CB Content Bot.


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Depending on how elaborate you want your offering to be then you could start with just adding your customisable attributes as template options via the templates .xml file so that you don't have to reinvent the process of loading template values. And then for you more Bespoke interface write an Admin component to present the options to the APNE that changes ...


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As Sharky says, if you don't have administrator access to the database, the best way to find out this information is from the publicly accessible files on the website such as the xml manifest files. The security on some websites does not permit you to view these files so this method is not always reliable. Even when you do have access to the manifest files, ...


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* Update * I posted this answer and then later checked the answers by Sharky and later, Neil Roberts, saying the .xml files are available. I tested this on one of my sites, so I was very surprised that this information is available and I will have to do something about that. I have left my original answer here for general reference and voted up the Answers ...


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Check if the system has free space. Check in System / Global Configuration / Server Tab / Path to Temp Folder if you have a full path (not relative one) to the tmp folder of your website. Check in System / Global Configuration / System Tab / Path to LogFolder if you have a full path (not relative one) to the logs folder of your website. Check in System / ...


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It didn't work for me either until I realised that on the Configuration page of Community Builder, the first option entitled "Allow User Registration" should be set on "Yes, Independent of CMS 'Allow Registration'". This, unless you are wanting the Content Management System (in my case Joomla) to do all the registration.


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