A new version of Cookies Policy Notification Bar has been released.
+ Added ! Removed ^ Changed # Fixed
03-May-2017 : v3.1.0
^ The Block Cookies functionality has been improved and many issues have been resolved.
+ A very useful helper guide to help you understand how to block cookies, has been added inside the plugin parameters, under the Block Cookies parameter.
+ A new parameter has been added to display a message to the user if there are blocked cookies. By enabling this option a notification message will be displayed at the frontend, on each position of the blocked script. * You can change the text of the notification message from the language overrides in Joomla! backend.
! Some parameter fields about blocking cookies have been removed because this functionality has been changed.
# General Bug fixes.
# Minor CSS issues have been resolved.
(view the full changelog)
Tutorial: How to block the cookies in Joomla!
Read the below useful tutorial to learn how to block your website cookies by using the Cookies Policy Notification Bar Joomla! plugin
After a few months of hard work, we are happy to announce the new, improved and secured version of Monthly Archive Joomla! Component & Module. The new version is served with a lot of features and many, high or low risk, bug fixes.
The Monthly Archive package has been re-written from scratch and is based on the most recent Joomla! MVC standards. Note that the version 4.0.0 of Monthly Archive is a major release and is not just a simple update release like the previous versions.
The Joomla! Project is proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.7, the latest in the ‘Joomla! 3’ series. This new release features over 700 improvements to the popular CMS, including many features which make administration of Joomla! Web sites easier and more feature-rich, as well as several security updates.
One of the biggest new features of this release is the ability for administrators to add Custom Fields to your articles, users, and contacts, and the ability of extension developers to use this feature within their own custom Joomla! Extensions. With 15 different field types you can now easily structure more complex content entry systems to allow your content authors to easily enter their data in a standard manner and display it consistently to your site visitors. Thanks to our great documentation crew, you can find out all about the options and process for using this new feature when you read the Custom Fields tutorial on the Joomla! Documentation site.