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We are still in the process of adding extensions to the download repository. The old extensions have been rewritten to function with Joomla 2.5.x and some for Joomla 3.0.x. Each item will indicate its compatibility with the familiar icon from Joomla Extension Directory.

New extensions have been developed and will be published once deemed stable. If you still want the old J1.5 files then you can download them as a single batch file for a limited time.

All the extensions will now be Non-Commercial or in layman's term, free! Why? We would like to say because we won the Lottery but that wouldn't be true. We just figured $5 for limitless access was next to free so free it be, and we have to focus on the guys buying our Website Packages who tend to get priority and all out time.

In the next few days we will be editing our listings at the Joomla Extension Directory to indicate Non-Commercial and update those which have been archived in the J1.5 area.

The support forum has been laid to rest (thanks for a great component Kunena). We just didn't see the need since the JComment system functions similarly and is attached to each item. Registration is disabled so no registration or login is needed to post questions and replies, tho' each post will need approval before going public. Not to worry, we are immediately alerted by email per post and all will be tended.

CMSEnergizer.com Mobile Device Adaptability

The website will be mobile device adaptable. We have been researching to determine the best method for device viewport adjustment and finally settled on Adaptive, which is server dependent over Responsive which is client dependent.

We've read and discussed with many developers about the choice and each had their valid points and ultimately it is based on the user's preference. We preferred Adaptive because we can develop and entirely different template for any UserAgent and this provides numerous possibilities for presentation.

Responsive relies on CSS and Javascript to detect screen width and perform the switcheroo but it tends to stick with the same adjustments, place objects vertically with the right floaters fall below the left, which is what you want, but some objects which display on the right we may need it to be at the top when viewed by phone. Being skilled with Boostrap and LESS one could surely write a litany of instructions to achieve this but that is just so labor intensive and we really like simple.

Adaptive allows us make these choices using Joomla's modular assignments. We have created a mobile specific template with  positions only for phones where we will assign modules to show only to mobile users. It turns out (based on another report) that 82% of businesses opt for Adaptive.

CMS Energizing Extensions

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