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[SOLVED]: Notice: Use of undefined constant DS – assumed ‘DS’ in

The DS constant has been removed in Joomla 3. If you really need it you can use DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR instead or insert the below code in your php file. <?php /* BEGIN: Define DS */ JLoader::import( "joomla.version" ); $version = new JVersion(); if (!version_compare( $version->RELEASE, "2.5", "<=")): if (!defined("DS")): define("DS", DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR); endif; endif; /* END: Define […]

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Web357 has been redesigned!

Web357 is pleased to announce the release of our new website. Our website has been redesigned with a fresh new look for the homepage and has been updated with information about our company. This website is the result of months of synchronized hard work done by our team in analyzing and designing the concept.

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A fix for Feedgator v3.0a1 – Message:: Feed [object Object] (ID=1): Error –

Hello Feedgator fans, The Problem: You will get the below error message after installing the newest version of feedgator v3.0a1 that is compatible with Joomla! 3.x and you go to import the news for the first feed. Feed [object Object] (ID=1): Error - Fatal error: Class 'JFolder' not found in /administrator/components/com_feedgator/models/feed.php on line 140 0 […]

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Five Reasons to Try Joomla for Content Management

Some 2.7 percent of the Web now runs on Joomla, according to research firm W3Techs, which translates into a market share of roughly 10 percent. WordPress is currently the market leader, running almost 15 percent of all websites, while Drupal comes in third with 1.7 percent of the Web. Though Joomla is the relative newcomer among these three leaders, it […]

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