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JLex 360

JLex 360 is plugin to display 360 view of product or images. Customers will have a more holistic view of your product. It is easily integrated into articles, K2 and Virtuemart extensions.

Find and sort images in the selected folder
Animated rotation and inertial motion.
Intuitive operation. Supports both mouse and touch.
Apple, Blackberry and Android mobile devices supported.
Many options

Google Universal Analytics plugin

  Measurement today is evolving from technology that counts site traffic into a broader system that measures your effectiveness in advertising, sales, product usage, support, and retention. Ultimately, this sort of integrated measurement can help you deliver the best service, products, and experiences for your customers.

Google has developed a new analytics platform to meet your analytics needs, regardless of the level of sophistication that is required. Google Universal Analytics will help you understand your website users and Analytics for Joomla helps you with the integration in your Joomla website.


Google Universal Analytics makes it easy to integrate data form other sources into your webdata, to give you the best understanding of your Joomla website performance

Google Universal Analytics plugin for Joomla allows you to forget about the coding. Avoid the hasstle of digging into your template code and start collecting data straight away!

You will be able to implement the code from within your own Joomla Administrator interface. No need to digg into your template HTML code anymore.

Google Universal Analytics has an excellent toolkit available for you to get a better understanding of mobile users of your Joomla website.


Hidden Debug

The Hidden Debug System Plugin is a cutdown version of the default System Debug Plugin that comes with Joomla.

After installation, simply go in and disable the default System - Debug plugin within your Plugin Manager and leave just the Hidden Debug plugin enabled.

If you then enable Debugging in the Joomla Configuration page the hidden debug plugin will then start to add debug output within a hidden HTML comment at the bottom of each of your pages in the frontend.

This is useful for production sites where you can't really make full use of the debug plugin and you want to test something out (like, a caching plugin) without it displaying anything to your users that could potentially be bad to display with the normal debug plugin (for example database table name details).

This plugin just gives you Profiling Information (time elapsed for page to be generated), Memory Usage, and # of Database Queries executed.

As an optional feature you can enable email notifications to be sent out to you for pages that exceed a certain number of queries (this was useful for me to learn a bit more about the number of queries different pages on my site was generating and then I was able to turn it off).


PayPal Plugin 0.4.3 Released

The PayPal plugin has been updated to version 0.4.3.  This version contains fixes or enhancements for issues discovered after version 0.4.2.  Thanks to Zebra2 for continuing to beta test this plugin and provide feedback. 


Fixes or enhancements since version 0.4.2:

  • Missing description field in the purchases table for new installations
    A field that was added in version 0.4.1 did not get added to the SQL statements for a new installation.  As a result, a SQL error would occur during IPN processing and no purchase record would be created.
  • Purchased files cannot be downloaded from the catalog
    Fixed the "download" button to correct an issue with Internet Explorer similar to the issue previously resolved with the purchase buttons.
  • Paypal's custom field is not handled properly if magic_quotes_gpc is on
    If "magic_quotes_gpc" is enabled in the PHP configuration, the serialized data returned from PayPal cannot be un-serialized, and the buyer's user ID is then unavailable.  Extra slashes added by PHP are now removed if this setting is enabled.
  • Add default product expiration time to the configuration
    All downloadable products must now have an expiration period; no more "unlimited" downloads after purchase.  This was done to simplify the decision logic when determining whether to display a download link or a purchase button.

    A link to downloadable files, if any, is also shown now in the buyer's purchase history screen.