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This is a problem with Zoo that everybody is complaining about. I think Zoo expects you to use Joomla cache, but you aren't, so it is regenerating the images on every refresh. Zoo's official answer to this problem that it cannot be fixed. However, it can be fixed, but that requires modifying a core Zoo file (which most people do not like to do). For backup ...


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Ok found it out: $item_id = $this->_item->id;


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Actually, it was an issue with ZooLanders ImagePro component, it was not updated and the site has been migrated from Joomla 2.5 to 3.x Upgrading Zoolanders Framework did the trick


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I solve this problem change from UlKit3 to Ulkit in config area.


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The link you provide says it will index '... Items and Categories of Zoo' so it is likely the text you are including in the Zoo text module is not searched. An email to YOO might confirm this. Plugins to Joomla Search normally define extra database tables, in this case Zoo Items and Categories, to be including in searching and indexing. How or where Zoo ...


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The Form Builder is well hidden in Zoo. When you open Zoo click on right on the cogwheel. Now click on the app (Business Directory in my case). You can edit a form by hovering your mouse over a name (first column) or click on Submission in the next column(Template Layouts).


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The forms in ZOO are called "Submissions." Here is the basic steps for it: https://www.yootheme.com/support/zoo/frontend-submission If you have something specific you need to do that isn't addressed in there, comment and I can edit my answer.


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You do not need a current Zoo subscription to update. Zoo is free. It's the apps (product catalog, cookbook, documentation ...) that require a subscription, but you can update the core for free and continue using your apps. In addition, it is a good time to update since Yootheme is working together with Zoolanders in the new ZOO 4


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Zoo uses cache for its operations. It is trying to create its own cache subfolder inside the cache folder. When you say you disabled the cache for the website, did you also removed the cache folder? Make sure there is a cache folder in the root directory and that it has proper permissions. Then zoo should be able to work properly.


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You can check two locations. First try check the category and subcategory on your content about-us was saved. Second try check your menu item link to your file about-us. Joomla use this logical to create the sef urls. I hope this helps.


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Depends on whether you use SEF extensions or not. If not - then all links are never cached. How the links are generated: closest in hierarchy page that is assigned to menu item found, Joomla takes it URL and adds up aliasses of categories according to hierarchy, and article alias added at the end if needed. If you do: manage links(SEF URLs) with whatever ...


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If you are using third party extensions and they don't have a matching Smart Search plug-in, then Joomla's search can be pretty limited. You need to have plug-ins enabled for each component's content to appear in the results, and even then it's not always that accurate. When searching is important, I tend to use Google's Custom Search. Ultimately, Google'...


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Zoolanders have another plugin call Zooaccess and Module call Zoofilter. With this tools you gona success. https://www.zoolanders.com/extensions/zooaccess https://www.zoolanders.com/extensions/zoofilter I hope this helps.


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I solve how to acces data from elements ZOO. In files: /media/zoo/applications/YOUR_APP/templates/YOUR_TEMPLATE/renderer/item/teaser.php you can add this code: $element1 = $item->getElement('ff944545-de96-45ed-ae24-9126ab82ca7b'); foreach ($element1 as $self) { $file1 = $self['file']; } Important: "ff944545-de96-45ed-ae24-9126ab82ca7b" is your ...


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I found another easy way if your data was in Array: In teaser.php or full.php you can access any information on element with code like this: <?php $status = $item->getElement('0e3527e4-032c-4d35-a630-7b0418eb9ecc')->getElementData()->get('option'); print_r($status['0']); ?> In some cases, 'option' need be replced by 'value'. You need ...


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You seem to be using uikit, whose instructions to creating a grid layout are here. The Responsive width section is the bit you need to look at. Basically, uk-width-1-3 applies to all screen widths, uk-width-small-1-3 would apply to devices over 470px only, and below that width would stack the elements in a single column, which sounds like what you are ...


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I found a solution. The problem was "multiple" repeatable element entries. I changed: \plugins\system\zoo_zlelements\zoo_zlelements\elements\downloadpro\downloadpro.php from: public function getSearchData() { $hits = $this->get('hits', 0); return $hits; return implode(', ', array($this->get('title'), $this->get('value'))); } to: ...


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Sorry if my answer is too obvious, but why can't you write a custom module and then borrow code out of the other modules to pull all the data in, sort by date and build your own output? The notion of scraping the data off your own site seems... well... y'know... how does one put it...


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Check the collection of these extensions here. We haven't used any of them, but I suspect the CM Short URL would do exactly what you want.


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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 others have pointed, this may be an .htaccess hack. However, we are noticing a trend in the hacked Joomla websites, where such hacks are actually in the core. Try overwriting your core files from a fresh Joomla install (as described here) and see if that fixes the problem. If you are still seeing the problem, check your non-core extensions (modules, ...


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Compromised .htaccess As per https://blog.sucuri.net/2011/05/understanding-htaccess-attacks-part-1.html it may be that the .htaccess file has been compromised and is redirecting certain visitors to a hacked page based on the referrer or similar. For example, visitors arriving at the website via a Google search may be redirected to the hacked page but ...


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Check your .htaccess file, many users are used to search domains in google search box, I have been hacked this way. Open your .htaccess, activate line wrap and check file. In the other hand, it's a good idea change your ftp password and then reinstall your joomla from scratch.


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