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Bernd_34

Posted: 8/24/2010
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Wishlist for Joomla:

1. Fixed Fontsizer in Artisteer Templates

2. Modulposition out of Sheet for Top Menu and Logo

3. Footer out of Sheet.

they would also buy back will implement the more the software and extend the license.

clean code to write and not focus on so many cms

think of them from the more than 70% use joomla

Thanks.
 
usajim

Posted: 8/24/2010
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Most people do not use Joomla. You're in your own little world.
 
ijon

Posted: 8/25/2010
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usajim what are you talking about ? Before posting check some facts...

http://www.google.com/trends?q=drupal%2C+joomla%2C+wordpress%2C+blogger%2C+dotnetnuke&ctab=0&geo=all&date=all&sort=2
 
usajim

Posted: 8/25/2010
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According to what I see on that chart, Joomla is NOWHERE near 70 % of the market share. And in fact, it is declining quite a bit, while Wordpress is going up A LOT. So, you get your facts straight, friend. :-P
 
Paul_Oxford

Posted: 8/25/2010
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Joomla will come back more.
So does more for joomla.

Oxford.P
 
usajim

Posted: 8/25/2010
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A few things hurt Joomla, compared to Drupal and Wordpress. #1, most of the good Joomla plugins are not free. #2, the main development of the software, on to version 1.6 has taken FOREVER. #3, Joomla has been way too bloated. Too much unneeded code and libraries.

We'll see when 1.6 stable comes out this year, whether Joomla will pick up. There are a lot of things to like about Joomla. I just wish point #1 would majorly change. Drupal astonishes me more and more every day with all of the amazing FREE modules.
 
ijon

Posted: 8/26/2010
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I just wouldn't tell that joomla's world is a "little world". And I could tell that most people do not use drupal :)
 
PCMShaper

Posted: 4/19/2016
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You may browse more collections of free and premium versions of Joomla templates https://www.pcmshaper.com/joomla-templates
 
JK

Posted: 6/13/2016
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let him continue using his hobby CMS - WP :-(

Professionals use Joomla :-P