Increasingly, websites are offering a bit of HTML you can paste into your site to show some cool feature: Facebook or Twitter feeds, YouTube videos, badges from site or another. You try copying and pasting the HTML into a Joomla article or a custom HTML module, and you find that the code gets stripped, removing critical tags like script or iframe, so it doesn’t work correctly. Then you try to go find a Joomla extension that will allow you to post the information. It’s frustrating!
Be sure to read the latest proposal for Joomla’s leadership structure and give them comments and feedback for what’s being planned. (You may need to join the Leadership Group at the Joomla People site in order to provide that feedback.)
This is important, because Joomla’s leadership and direction impacts your business, particularly if you are making money building Joomla websites for clients.
Do you have questions about Joomla? We know you do.
Whether it’s a question about how to do something, what the Joomla roadmap is, what the project has planned, how to contribute to the project, or anything else, we’d like to hear from you.
Jen and Barrie will pick answers to address in the newsletter. Post your question in the comment thread below, and we’ll work on getting some answers to you!