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Acyba

Acyba

AcyMailing is the most popular Newsletter and email marketing extension for Joomla. AcyMailing is packaged with a full set of features to help you get more subscribers, automate and personalize your communication via email, analyze your campaigns, clean your list of subscribers, create follow-up campaigns... It's integrated with Magento using MageBridge.

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Am I limited to the number of domains?

No, when you are using the free version of the pro version, in either case we do not limit anything. You can use this extension to an unlimited number of domains. For the pro version, you will receive support on all those domains. However, common sense predicts that we will not spend an unlimited amount of time for one pro subscription.

Am I limited to the number of domains?

No, when you are using the free version of the pro version, in either case we do not limit anything. You can use this extension to an unlimited number of domains. For the pro version, you will receive support on all those domains. However, common sense predicts that we will not spend an unlimited amount of time for one pro subscription.

Are guest orders also blocked?

Yes, this extension also applies its rules to the Guest Checkout.

Are the scan results really accurate?

During the scan, we collect data from your Magento environment. With these data we can provide clues on how your Magento speed can be increased. These clues include easy-to-implement tricks, as well as calculations (for instance, MySQL parameters that depend on the number of product-attributes, versus the number of products, versus the Magento configuration you're using).

With our scan, you can definitely improve performance. Even if general performance tuning is already done, our scan still includes tweaks that will fine-tune performance even more to get your site up to speed.

Are there any extra charges involved?

No. You will be charged for the Magento Performance Scan for a fixed price per scan. Additional fees are only involved if you hire us for custom work, but this is optional. With our scan, you can optimize things yourself (if you have the technical knowledge) or hire a third party.

Can I also use this for my subdomains?

Yes. As far as this plugin is concerned, a domain-name and a subdomain are the same thing.

Can I back to non-SSL after HSTS was enabled once?

Yes, but not easily and most likely with extreme delays. All of the Chrome browsers (and others) across the world will have remembered the HSTS flag for your site and will only attempt to access your site via SSL. All of these user agents will remember your HSTS setting for a specific time. As a trick, you might want to enable HSTS and set the HSTS Age to be 0. In FireFox this resets things, in Chrome you probably need to wait for some time. In practice, this might take such a long time, that we recommend you to work on enabling SSL everywhere.

Can I configure the sender of emails?

Yes, but this is not configured in EmailTester. It is configured via the System Configuration > Store Email Addresses > General Contact > Sender Email (trans_email/ident_general/email).

Can I extend the variables that are inserted into emails?

Yes, you can. The EmailTester extension dispatches an event emailtester_variables that allows third party developers to hook into the test-procedure and insert their own variables. Declare your own observer in XML for this event, and use your Observer-class to add variables:

$variables = $observer->getEvent()->getVariables();
$variables['foo'] = 'bar';
$observer->getEvent()->setVariables($variables);

Can I get a refund for the performance scan?

Refunds are applicable when we are not able to deliver you the Magento Performance Insight report or when we both determine (before doing the scan) that the scan should not be executed at all. Once the scan has run and the report has been generated, there is no option for a refund anymore.

Can I restore products that were deleted before Trashcan was installed?

No, you can't - it would defy all logic. If you want to restore something, you will need to restore it from a backup. However, if you did not create a backup before, you don't have something to restore from either. Our Trashcan allows you to create a backup of every Magento product, provided that you install the extension before you are actually deleting the product.

If you have deleted products before installing Trashcan, it is not inserted in any trashcan functionality either but you have simply just deleted that information permanently. This is exactly the functionality that our extension improves. The only way to recover something from Magento when you did not use Trashcan to begin with, is to do a recovery of your entire Magento site from your hosters backup. If there is no backup at all, there is no point in trying to recover anything.

Can I still use my extension after the subscription expires?

Yes, you can. The software subscriptions we offer on our site give you two things:

  1. Access to the download-folders of that specific extension
  2. Support on that extension for the duration of the subscription

After the subscription has expired, you can still use the extension without limitations. Access to the download-folder is denied after the subscription expires, so make sure to download all files before that happens.

Can I trace my package?

If you have ordered your book through our Yireo Shop, you can track your order through our Yireo site. Log into your Yireo Account, and navigate to Order History in your account menu. Next, pick the order that contains your book and click on View Order. In the middle of the page, a link Track Your Order will be shown, which will open a popup. The popup will contain a Tracking Number, plus a link to the website https://www.internationalparceltracking.com where you can track your order online.

Can I use the Joomla updater?

New updates of this Joomla extension will be visible in the Joomla Update Manager. However, if you try to update this extension via the Update Manager, you will be denied access because this extension is only available via paid subscription. Either you can download the installation packages from our site and install them to update your Joomla. Or you can use our Yireo Extension Updater - see the download page for instructions.

Can I use the scan to hire somebody else?

Yes, you can. The performance-report we give you, can be used at your will: You can hire us to fix performance-issues, but you can also hire other Magento experts. Some performance can be gained by tuning the Magento theme - for which you would need a Magento webdesigner or frontend-developer. Other tuning has to be done on the MySQL configuration or OS-level: For this, a Linux specialist or database-engineer is needed.

Can you guarantee optimal performance?

The question is where does it end? If you have unlimited budget, we could spend 24/7 on optimization and still continue. What we guarantee is that your performance needs are handled by us with care and professionalism, and you will definitely see an increase in performance. The tips you will get from our reports are to the point and use the latest technology. When you hire us for custom optimization, your site will definitely be boosted, taking into consideration your budget and technological possibilities.

Can you help us with Magento 2 conversions?

Yes. We are working currently mostly on converting our own code, but have time on the side to convert other Magento 1 extensions as well. Drop us a This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can discuss things.

Cannot read property 'submit' of undefined

This error shows you that the currently loaded JavaScript framework tries to call a specific function upon an HTML element, while actually that HTML element is initialized using another framework. This happens often when MooTools and ProtoType are loaded on the same page.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension really not work under PHP 5.3?

PHP 5.3 has been declared obsolete since August 2014 - it really is outdated and should not be used. All our extensions are tested and built for PHP 5.4 and higher. Performance wise, we recommend Magento shops to run on PHP 5.6.

Some code might still work under PHP 5.3. One of the changes we have made is to use the <?= tag in PHTML templates. Contrary to what some believe, this is not a bad practice: The short echo tag <?= is not part of the short open tags, it is part of the PSR-1 standard, part of the Magento coding standard, considered a best practice by many PHP developers and actually enabled all the time in PHP 5.4 or higher. Under PHP 5.3 though, it is part of the PHP setting short_open_tag which should therefore be enabled.

We are currently working on implementing various features that definitely will require PHP 5.4 - traits, short array syntax. So we recommend you to work on upgrading PHP instead of hacking our code to make it work on outdated PHP environments.

Does this extension work under PHP 5.3?

No, this extension does not work under PHP 5.3. To give you a better understanding of why: PHP 5.3 has been outdated since August 2014, while PHP 5.4 has already been available since March 2012. While PHP 5.4 introduces many new features that are of interest to us developers, there is a great benefit for you as well: Performance. PHP 5.4 often offers between 10-20% performance increase. Simply by upgrading PHP you will get a faster site, which leads to a higher SEO ranking and more conversion. Not upgrading to PHP 5.4 is a waste of money. In addition, we are aiming to keep our software up to date with current standards like traits and namespaces - therefore we are raising the bar.

Does this plugin aid to SEO?

According to some SEO readings on the web, having a website that is matching the offered language with the choosen domain-suffix (TLD or top-level domainname) has a beneficial effect on your SEO. This means that if you have German website with a domainname ending with .de (German TLD), this website would be preferred over the same German website with a domainname ending with .fr (French TLD).

This is what others are saying. But we are not able to confirm this or unconfirm this. We are simply developing cool plugins. Tuning of SEO is where you come in. If you want know whether this actually has an effect on SEO, either experiment with it (as SEO experts do already) or reconfirm what we have read on the web.

Editor button to translate content

Editor button to translate content

Using a Joomla! plugin, an editor-button is added to any content-area - allowing you to translate content with a single mouse-click. Once you click on the button, the API does the rest.

Editor button to translate content

Editor button to translate content

Using a Joomla! plugin, an editor-button is added to any content-area - allowing you to translate content with a single mouse-click. Once you click on the button, the API does the rest.

Error-pages with template styling

Error-pages with template styling

Instead of using the normal error-box, you can also create a new Menu-Item pointing to the Dynamic404-component. This allows you to re-use your Joomla! template and assign modules to the error-page.

ExtDN

ExtDN

ExtDN stands Magento Extension Developers Network and it forms a group of professional Magento extension providers that work together to work on prevention of plagiarism, improved communication with Magento and quality of code.


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Fix URL typos made by your cutsomers

Fix URL typos made by your cutsomers

All 404-entries are logged and can be inspected from the backend. This way you can detect typos in the URL. Instead of giving your customers a 404-error, you can lead them directly to the right page.

Fuzzy logic or manual redirects

Fuzzy logic or manual redirects

Dynamic404 uses a complex fuzzy logic to determine which database-entries offer the best alternative to the not-found-page. If the built-in automatic search does not work for a specific 404, you can always add your own manual rules.

How can you fill a whole book on plugins?

Of all Joomla! extensions, plugins seem not that big of a deal. Often, a plugin only covers about 50 lines of code. Still those lines of code might have great impact on the workings of your Joomla! site. Because it is so easy to create a custom plugin, it allows for a lot of flexibility when building a custom site. Plugins are often overlooked and also misunderstood. This book is ment to straighten things out once and for all, by covering everything there is tell on Joomla! plugins.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do I know when to upgrade?

When you are using any of our Magento extensions, the latest available version will be mentioned on the main page of the extension (a page often labeled as Overview). Within the grey box, you will find various details among which the latest available version.

You can cross-match this latest version with your own extension version. Some of our extensions have backend pages in the Magento Admin Panel, and those backend pages will list the version of your current extension. Alternatively, locate the extension folder underapp/code/community/Yireoand open up the fileetc/config.xml. It will list a<version>tag containing your extension version.

How do you recommend to test emails?

The EmailTester extension makes it simple to test emails. Start with the basics of your email - the basic layout, your company logo, and content. This can all be tested easily by using the preview page in the Magento Admin Panel. Once you're done with these basics, you can test how your emails behave under different email-clients (Outlook, Gmail, Thunderbird, etc) by sending them to your test-accounts.

How does your scan compare to Shoppimon?

It does not. The Shoppimon service is designed to remotely scan your site and report it to you when there are changes in the frontend. Our scan is run based on scripts placed within your Magento application. Therefore we can give you an overview of the performance from the inside out. With Shoppimon, it is detected that the product page might be slow for instance. With our insight, we can tell you the reason why.

How hard is it to optimize Magento performance myself?

As the scan is tailored towards your Magento site specifically, it is impossible to know beforehand which knowledge is required to increase the speed. That's why we run a scan first. With this scan, we give you the freedom to determine how to spend your money wisely.

If you want to do things yourself, there are certainly various settings you can tune yourself: Settings in the Magento configuration are easily configured, and some rules can perhaps be added to your Apache .htaccess file. However, if things get more complicated, like tuning MySQL parameters, you definitely need to have technical knowledge.

How many copies can I buy at once?

When buying the book through Amazon, the quantity is up to you. However, when buying the book through our Yireo Shop, the quantity is limited to 1. If you want to order more books, please contact us directly.