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It would be a pretty involved process and after writing out an outline for it, you might be better off hiring one of the ZOO experts like ZOOlanders, Yoonique, or Herdboy (Mustaq) to write it. I would also post on the YOOtheme support board.Below is my take on it as a rough idea as a starting place, not an exact solution. Overall, it would change depending ...


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As it turns out, Zoolanders ZooFilter (a paid module) works perfectly for this sort of thing along size Yootheme Zoo. Zoolanders ZooFilter Yootheme Zoo


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The only ACL Management I can see for the categories is, if you go to: Components >> Zoo >> Config (tab) >> Permissions (dropdown) Else the only other method I can see is setting the access level for each Item belonging to a specific category


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I agree with taking backups. Since the only difference between full and free are the apps, you don't really need the full version. Checking the changelog is the key to knowing whether you even need the full version if you're using one of the installed apps. If no changes are noted to the app portions, you don't necessarily need the full version at ...


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You should be able to migrate from Joomla 2.5 to 3.x whether you have the free or commercial version of Zoo. Both versions support J2.5 and 3.x (they are the same download package) as shown on their downloads page: http://yootheme.com/zoo/downloads My suggestion would be to simply take a backup of your site and test the migrations first to see if ...


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I just had to change the Default/Teaser template settings , and add Ratings . Now we can see the ratings above pictures directly from the main page :


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