Posted by admin | Posted in Joomla | Posted on 29-04-2011
www.rsjoomla.com How to create a small Joomla! shopping cart with RSForm!Pro and PayPal plugin: download, installation, configuration, how to add Paypal Multiple products fields, a Total field to automatically calculate the amount and how to test the plugin with Sandbox PayPal account. You can add PayPal functionality to your Joomla! forms created with RSForm!Pro using the PayPal Plugin. In this episode we will show you what are the required steps to set up a small shopping cart, using the PayPal Sandbox. The example uses the Multiple Products field and a Dropdown to list the products. Another example of using the Multiple Products field (screenshots included too) you’ll find in the second part of the article 3 ways to create a small Joomla! shopping cart with RSForm!Pro and PayPal We recommend to test the shopping cart within a Sandbox Paypal account and then enable the “Live mode” from the “Plugin Configuration” tab.
Posted by admin | Posted in Drupal | Posted on 29-04-2011
There are many different ways to do Drupal installations. If you are new to working with web servers, you probably want the least technical. That is the FTP installation method. In this tutorial we will walk you through step by step how to do a Drupal Installation using just an FTP client. In less than 15 minutes you can go from hosting setup to a complete Drupal installation. This tutorial walks you through steps of installing a Drupal 7 website. We also review some of the more common gotchas you might encounter with different hosting providers. More Drupal tutorial videos: www.leveltendesign.com
Posted by admin | Posted in Joomla | Posted on 14-04-2011
How to add a calendar to your Joomla site using JEvents • Check the extensions at extensions.joomla.org. Navigate to Calendars & Events/Events category and find the page for Events calendar. Click on download button. • Open files tab. You can install all the extensions listed over there. • Go to Components -: JEvents MVC. Continue for proceeding. Default option works fine for proceeding. If you wish to change any option, fill it and click on Save button, when done. • Default category will be added. You can add the event by clicking on Manage events button. Click on New button at the top. Fill in specifications. Click on save button, when done. • You can enable search plugin for this component. Go to Extensions -: Plugin manager. Scroll down and locate the correct plugin. Click on Next button. You can add the extension to your website. • Go to Menus -: Main Menu. Click on New button. Select JEvents MVC. You can choose any option, but for this case, we’d choose Monthly calendar. Fill details and parameters. Click on Save button, when done. • You may enable and rearrange the module instances that were created automatically while installing four modules. • Click on Extensions -: Module manager. In the text box on Filter tab, enter Jevent for sorting the modules you were looking for. You can enable the options by selecting their checkboxes and clicking on Enable button. • You can click on module name and add or amend details and parameters. Repeat it with next modules too …