#JUGL meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month

NEXT MEETING:

News 

Find Joomla! and Joomla! London related news here.  We show the latest security updates, Joomla! announcements, information about past and upcoming meetings, and anything else we think might be relevant.

The idea of a new Joomla! podcast was raised during Joomla! Day UK 2017 by an attendee who was keen to be its creator.  I really would like to see this as there have been some great ones in the past.  If you want to see this too, then feedback via Github so he is encouraged to make it happen.  https://github.com/joomla/joomla-marketing/issues/109.  Here's a link to some of the other podcasts that either still run or have run in the past.

joomla london email logoOur next meeting is on the 16th of August, that's 15 days away, just over two weeks. Register to attend (for free) and come down and learn more about Joomla! and surrounding topics. Last meeting had an excellent talk from Gary Barclay (Barclay.Works) regarding Google Tag Manager. We also had some great information from George Wilson (in charge of Joomla! releases) relating to Joomla! 3.6 as well as some feedback from the rest of the room.

Joomla haJoomla has been around for a little over 10 years.  in that time much of the code base has benefited from extensive development, to get it to the current version 3.5.  Some parts however, have seen very little change, the router is one such area of code, now that's about to be overhauled....completely!s been around for a little over 10 years.  in that time much of the code base has benefited from extensive development, to get it to the current version 3.5.  Some parts however, have seen very little change, the router is one such area of code, now that's about to be overhauled....completely!

This is a tutorial to demonstrate how you can simply use 1 menu, and style it differently on different devices without the need of duplicating your menus!

Here at jSpecialists we always use only 1 menu to display in all of the devices, and with the help of a 'custom module', a small bit of jQuery and CSS we have the ability to style the same menu however we like.

For this demo and guide, we have opted to use one of the default joomla templates (Protostar), a simple single tier navigation, with a 'hamburger' button on mobile devices. We will also be using some 'Font-Awesome' icons. We have set up a mini demo site here: https://www.jspecialists.com/demo-home

Feed not found.

Subcategories

Selected Joomla! Videos