Mx swiper module comes with 5 effects and displays articles content, k2 items plus have the option to create unlimited custom items. In the free version is available only custom items which includes
Created - author or date
Height at your choice Fade on scroll down Slider effect - Fade, slide, cube, coverflow and flip Dark layer - Yes/No Keyboard control - Yes/No
The pro version includes
Category filters - Yes/No Tag filters - Yes/No Show filter labels - Yes/No Count Items Image type - Intro Image, Fulltext Image, Inline Image Category Filtering Type - Inclusive, Exclusive Category - Select Child Category Articles - Include, Exclude Category Depth Show title - Yes/No Title word limit Strip HTML tags - Yes/No Allow plugins - Yes/No Show date - Yes/No Show category - Yes/No Show author - Yes/No Tag Filtering Type - Inclusive, Exclusive Tag - Select Include children tags - Include, Exclude Match Tags - Any, All Author Filtering Type - Inclusive, Exclusive Authors - Select Author Alias Filtering Type - Inclusive, Exclusive Author Aliases - Select Featured Articles - Show, Hide, Only Date Filtering - Off, Date range, Relative Date Date Range Field - Created, Modified, Starting Publishing date Start Date Range - Select To Date - Select Relative Date - Select Date Field Date Format - Your choice Article IDs to Exclude Article Field to Order By - Article Manager Order, Featured Articles Order, Hits, Title, ID<, Alias, Created Date, Modified Date, Start Publishing Date, Finish Publishing Date Ordering Direction - Descending, Ascending
Source - K2 categories / Custom K2 Items Category filter - All / Select K2 Categories - Select Fetch items from children categories Count Items Featured Items - Show / Hide / Show only Featured Items Time range (if ordering is set to 'most popular' or 'most commented') Items ordering Category filter - Yes/No Custom k2 Items Add Items Items settings Image Size - XSmall, Small, Medium, Large, XLarge Show title - Yes/No Show date - Yes/No Show category - Yes/No Show author - Yes/No
Ruxin Related Articles is a powerful extension for Joomla that allows you to display a list of related articles on Joomla and K2
- Display Related Articles using tags or content in the same category
- Ability to display Related articles anywhere in the text of the article using the Editor button (Shortcode)
- Ability to automatically display Related Articles at the end of the article
- Ability to place Related Articles module in the desired position
- Joomla and K2 Support
- 9 Modern themes
- 6 different types of heading with the ability to choose the color and size
- Full content filter (Sort, Time Range, Start From,...)
- Auto generate thumbnail from article images for site optimization
- Show title, category, article text, date, hits, author, extra field
- Text center mode
- Fully RTL Support
- Fully Responsive
An extension that allows you to publish your favorite songs and artists on the website. It is an application for Yootheme Zoo based on the Blog the Yootheme that organizes its music library and publishes its collection on the websites.
Download Zoo here: https://yootheme.com/zoo-joomla-cck
After installing the free version of Zoo, install the Music application using the Zoo Component.
If you do not already have Zoo CCK installed, use the complete installer available on the download page of the website.
Quick Fields is a free Joomla module that shows custom fields and lets users edit their profiles on spot!
Have you ever needed to have users fill in some details, but need to do that from wherever you want in Joomla? That is exactly what Quick Fields does!
It is a smart module that lets you select which custom fields you would like to show in a page, for users to save that information on the spot!
Quick Fields offers a unique functionality, and is built with completely native Joomla code. It enables you to show any custom fields you may create in Users > Fields or in EasyProfile, so that your users can input their values from whatever page you want!
It is a great addition for any website that requires users to input their information! After all it's free! We all love free stuff, right?