Our Yireo Piwik plugin allows you to integrate the Piwik API in Joomla!, but not using it's common JavaScript API but using a HTTP API instead. This tutorial shows you how to configure things and how to troubleshoot your environment if things do not work correctly.

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The Yireo BingTranslate for Joomla! extension allows you to easily implement the Microsoft Translation API into the Joomla! Administrator. Instead of adding the translation every time at the frontend, this extension allows you to store the translation in your backend. This tutorial shows you what you should do to implement Yireo BingTranslate into your site.

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The Joomla! plugin SSLRedirect allows you to implement SSL the way it should be: Normally in Joomla!, a page can be called via both HTTP and HTTPS. There is no real guarantee whether a SSL-page is really served through SSL. This is where the SSLRedirect plugin steps in: It guarantees that a specific page is accessed only through SSL (or not). This whitepaper explains how to use the plugin and how to troubleshoot it when things go wrong.

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The PayPal Access for Joomla! extension allows you to authenticate users against the PayPal Access webservice, allowing easy authentication but also the inclusion of certain PayPal details within the Joomla! site. This guide helps you through the installation and configuration of PayPal Access.

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Using the Yireo BingTranslate extension for Joomla!, you can translate content from within your Joomla! backend. Because the Joomla! core ships only with multilingual behaviour from version 1.6 upwards, within Joomla! 1.5 you need to use a multilingual extension like JoomFish. This guide explains the basic steps for translating content within JoomFish using our BingTranslate extension.

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The Yireo ScriptMerge plugin allows you to optimize your Joomla! HTML-output by merging CSS-stylesheets and JavaScript-files together as one, and therefor limiting the number of HTTP-requests needed to load the page. The plugin uses an extra component for added functionality. This tutorial shows you how to implement ScriptMerge.

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The following guide helps you to install and configure the Google Optimizer plugin in Joomla!. Make sure you also read the Google documentation on Google Optimizer, because this plugin assumes you have already experience with that.

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