Adelaide-based website host Alltraders has embraced the latest iteration of the Joomla! content management system, Version 1.5, to provide its customers with the most up-to-date web technology.
After more than two years of redevelopment by the global Open Source community, Joomla! 1.5 ushers in a new era for the software, with its code base rebuilt into a carefully organised, object-oriented framework.
Most obviously, the user interface is completely renovated to make it easier on the eye and easier to use. Joomla! 1.5 also simplifies life for website designers by allowing meticulous control over core markup as well as a new template configuration interface.
Alltraders director Michael O'Loughlin said Joomla 1.5 was a major step forward for the website content management system. "Joomla! has always been easy to use, but early version templates were a bit old-fashioned looking," he said.
"Version 1.5 adds real pizzazz to the look and feel of Joomla!-based websites. More importantly, the site management tools are simplified and the underlying software is totally redeveloped. We think the value offered by Joomla! 1.5 is undeniable, so we are suggesting it to all new customers and supporting existing customers to examine upgrading their sites to Joomla! 1.5 technology."
Alltraders is the trading name for State Web Services Pty Ltd. For more information about Joomla 1.5, visit www.alltraders.com
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Miniskaff, a multi-metre-high modular steel safety platform that disassembles to fit in the boot of the car, is widely used by people involved with home renovations and maintenance. Mr. Chisholm developed Miniskaff into a family of products including industrial site safety platform, Maxiskaff, and the Maestro modular stage system.
A talented team of performers will create an unforgettable charity concert in Adelaide next month to raise funds for homeless children from the largely forgotten tragedy that hit Kenya this year.
With the calamitous cyclone in Burma followed by the massive earthquake in China, each new disaster causes previous human tragedies to fade in memory although the suffering continues. Kenyan charities are struggling to feed thousands of homeless children each day after the civil strife that swept the east African nation earlier this year.
To raise money to help them, Adelaide businessman and musician Mark Keough has organised a charity Concert for Kenya on Saturday, June 14, at the Prince Alfred College Auditorium in Kent Town.
Headlining this special event is former West Coast US surf singer Chuck Girard - whose hit song Little Honda was launched by the same producer who discovered the Beach Boys - who went on to pioneer contemporary Christian music with his 1970s band Love Song.