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Say hello to JA Magz - the awesome October Responsive Joomla template for News & Magazine on both Joomla 2.5 & Joomla 3. Here are the 4 reasons why JA Magz is the bomb:

  1. Supports over 41 languages (Bing translation)
  2. JA Magz is extremely customization friendly
  3. Fully responsive, supports EasyBlog and RTL language layout
  4. Enhance productive collaboration and content sharing

The latest of our Joomla 2.5 & 3.0 responsive template is JA Beranis. Fully loaded with great features including: RTL language layout support, EasyBlog component support, brand new module - image hotspot, our first ever vertical Mega Menu support and not to mention 5 more complimentary extensions. It also incorporates text and image animation (scrolling down on the home page to see it in action). JA Beranis is hands-down one of the most charismatic Joomla business template in our current collection. Let me give you a short tour of this template.

How is JA Fubix - the Joomla template for news & magazine in RTL language layout style working out for you guys? The weekend is over and while the new week is approaching, RTL version of JA Smashboard - Joomla template for entertainment and the Joomla ecommerce template - JA Hawkstore sure will keep you guys busy. Yup, they are now officially RTL language layout compatible.

Following up for RTL language layout support for Joomla 2.5 & 3.1 templates, we have immediately updated 6 templates featuring this outstanding feature including: JA Beranis, JA Argo, JA Mitius, JA Onepage, JA Mero, and JA Brisk. If you haven’t known already, we now support RTL language layout in our T3 framework integrated with Bootstrap at core, it is amazingly easy to use. That means any Joomla templates that are compatible with the latest version of T3 Framework are RTL layout friendly. Woot woot!

Yes! we did it right this time. Our Joomla templates (running T3v3 framework) now supports Right to left (RTL) language layouts. If you all remember we were the first to introduce native RTL support in Joomla templates via our T3v2 framework but it was a cumbersome process and hard work to release and maintain them, we eventually had to pause the RTL support, it was a hard decision then. For quite many months we have been working hard for the development and improvement of our T3 framework for Joomla! 2.5 / 3.0. Addition of Right to left layouts was one of the important feature and I am happy to announce that the feature is now available. RTL support in the latest T3 framework now uses the bootstrap RTL and is amazingly simple to use.

Since more than one year, I discussed with Joomlart's CEO (Hung) about the necessity to do a native RTL template. Actually, I was unhappy to see all these automaticlly mirrored templates with a global code: "direction: rtl" that send the vertical scroll to the left side of the screen and cause more issues than solutions. Yes, I read from right to left but I use my right hand to scroll pages and I have the same visual logic as readers of Left-to-Right scripts.