Publish the module in the debug or footer module position and enter your Woopra ID in the parameters. You also have the option to track user information with this module. This way, if visitors are logged in, their username, email and gravatar will show up in the Woopra statistics! You also have the ability to disallow tracking of logged in admins.
When my old server crashed I got several offers from kind benefactors in the Joomla community to host the site on their servers or web accounts. Offers continued to come in during my entire downtime, as well as many people sending kind words and hoping the site will be up soon. It never seizes to impress my just how helpful and warm the Joomla community is.
The first one of these offers came almost immediately and it was from a company called Mostly Mojo.
I decided to take them up on the offer, since I wasn't going to be able to set up another server very soon. Unfortunately, I never had the time to retrieve the site from backups and setting it up.
Recently I purchased a VPS account for all my other sites. For convenience sake, I decided to keep all my sites in one place. Because of that I'm running JX Development at my own VPS account.
If you are in the need of hosting, or web design work, I can definately recommend this company.
I took the time to upgrade the forum component to the latest version of Fireboard. I haven't had time to look more closely at the configuration though, so there might still be a few problems. Hopefully it will work OK though.
I'm sorry that it taken so long, but I'm finally back online again! My rack mounted industry grade server at a proper hosting site completely broke down. Unfortunately the SCSI raid disks were totally trashed and my backups weren't up yet, so this backup is a bit old. This means that several weeks worth of forum posts have been lost, which is not good but there's unfortunately not much I can do about it.
This time I've skipped the hardware completely and I'm now running on a VPS (Virtual Private Server). The VPS suits my needs perfectly, I don't need to bother about the hardware and I'm not really in the need of lots of processing power.
As for the future, there will be some changes. I'm planning on upgrading to Joomla 1.5 and changing to a new template. This of course means that all my components need to work under Joomla 1.5 in order to be able to demo them on the site. Jobline and Jambook already works under Joomla 1.5 and I'm about half way through updating Mamblog.
I'll also release a new minor version of Jobline which will include another language and also a new feature. It will be possible to upload a CV file with the job application form. The file will be sent as an attachment with the email sent out.
Hopefully I'll also be able to relase an alpha version of Jobline v1.2 within the not too distant future. But more on that later.
Jambook is a feature rich open source Joomla guestbook component with spam protection, email address cloaking, flood protection, double posting checks and the ability to use Joomla wysiwyg editor, even for guests!
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