Archive for 2010

Domain checker module


Ko jeExclusively for Bosnian Joomla Community I created a module for checking domain availability. It is used primarily for .ba (Bosnia) TLD but can also be used to check for other TLDs, like .com, .org, .net etc. The module uses AJAX to check for domain availability without page refresh and contains some nice graphics, read on for more screenshots.


Multiple RSS feeds in AJAX Scroller


Multiple RSSToday I received an interesting question: “Is there a way to add multiple RSS feeds to run simultaneously in AJAX Scroller?”. We know that there is only one single field for entering URL of the feed to be fetched and displayed by AJAX Scroller. So how do we add several different RSS feeds and combine them together in the output? Simple: we use an online feed aggregate tool!


Stock chart integration in Joomla


WOW IndexRecently I developed a financial chart integration in Joomla for Algo Futures. The charts, called WOW Indices, represent a market’s Order Flow Momentum as determined by Algo Future’s proprietary set of algorithms. WOW Index (Weiss Order Weighted Index) is a Weighted Index that is built from information derived from each and every Order within a particular market. Available markets are SP 500, Dow 30, STOXX 50 and Crude Oil electronic futures markets. It is a free and handy tool that allows traders to trade with the institutional, hedge fund, and prop order flow that drives changes in price. (more…)

SEF Advance extension for K2


K2SEF Advance extension for K2 is now in testing phase. If you use the K2 component for Joomla it will give you some kick-ass URLs in combination with SEF Advance. Interested? Help testing! Join the discussion on forum.


Forum spam


spamRecently I began to receive huge amount of spam on forum. The attack started about a month ago with hundreds of fake registrations every day all adding spam links to various sites for SEO purposes. The curious thing is that they were able to bypass different types of visual verifications, anti-bot systems and email activation which suggests these are attacks with human intervention. (more…)

Emir SakicEmir is an Electrical Engineer turned web developer, one of Joomla founders and a former member of the core development teams of Joomla and its predecessor Mambo.

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