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SocialConnect v1.10.0 is now available to download for subscribers. This new release improves compatibility with recent API changes in Facebook and LinkedIn.

Simple Image Gallery Pro v3.6.3 has just been released. This is a bugfix release addressing a JS issue when using Simple Image Gallery Pro in K2 frontend editing.

Simple Image Gallery Pro v3.6.2 has just been released. This new version primarily resolves a regular expression based bug that was introduced in v3.6.1.

Just a day after we released Simple Image Gallery Pro v3.6.0, we're issuing a bugfix update (v3.6.1). Well, this is what happens when you release on the 13th :)

Simple Image Gallery Pro v3.6.0 is now available to download or upgrade. This release features many improvements & updates over 3.5.0, including a new gallery layout (template) and a compatibility fix with Virtuemart's backend component.

Today we're releasing v3.6.0 of Simple RSS Feed Reader, one of the most popular feed reader modules in the Joomla community. This new release addresses a few issues and improves compatibility with PHP 7.

Simple Image Gallery Pro v3.5.0 is now available to download or upgrade. New gallery layouts (templates) have been added, all popup engines have been updated and there are many compatibility improvements (compared to v3.1.0) with Joomla 3.8.8+, K2 2.9.0+ and PHP versions up to 7.2.

Disqus Comments (for Joomla) has just been updated to v3.7.0.

This new release improves compatibility with the latest Joomla 3.8.x releases & implements the new Disqus embedding snippets.

Frontpage Slideshow v3.11 is released today addressing an issue related to image selection with K2 items as slide source.

You know what they say about good wine - it takes time to mature. Although we've been providing responsive layouts through our helpdesk system to customers for some time now, it took a little longer for us to decide andbundle them with the default slideshow templates as in most cases, customers were creating their own unique (& responsive) styles, exactly because Frontpage Slideshow is probably one of the easiest slideshow systems to style (pure CSS goodness).