JA Hawkstore is our first Joomla! 2.5 responsive e-commerce template for the year 2013, featuring Virtuemart component. Not just the default Virtuemart, but better with free add-in product slider module and a bonus feature for the shopping cart.
Following up with our upgrade plan mentioned in our Joomla! 3.1 stable release is now available and JoomlArt's upgrade plan announcement yesterday. We’re here with our first batch for Joomla! 3.1 upgrade:
Here at JoomlArt we are so excited that Joomla! 3.1 stable version has been released this morning. We have been following the release dates closely ever since Joomla! 3.1 first announcement was out and played with all of the Beta versions including the recent Beta 5. This is an important release due to the many new features including the much anticipated Tags feature. Apart from it, the Joomla! 3.1 release also includes few more exciting new features :
- Mediawiki package
- Show logs in debug console
- Pagination in COM_SEARCH component
- Union all feature
- Openstreetmap package
- Refactor installation to use new application and MVC classes and much more
Our plan for Joomla! 3.1 update :
Following up with Joomla! 3.1 release, all your T3 Framework lovers out there are going to get your T3 Framework compatible with this version very soon (yup, soon here means a couple of days max). Other templates which are built on our latest T3 Framework version and recent updated extensions will be coming along as well.
Stay tuned for our upcoming announcements on our future updates incorporating Joomla! 3.1. But remember, if you are building a website Joomla 2.5 is the way to go, Joomla 3.x series are short term releases.
We were probably the first of the Joomla! template clubs to introduce Mega Menu feature with our first generation T3 framework way back in 2009. It was an instant hit and we have refined the mega menu workflow since then and in our latest T3 framework V3, we moved to jquery instead of mootools. In the template userguides, we provide screenshots of how we configure the megamenu as in the demo site. But what if you are trying to configure megamenu without any userguides? That is when this tutorial comes in to play its role.