Displaying items by tag: k2

A multi-colored template designed for blogging and magazine style web sites. The overall minimal aesthetic of "The Conversationalist" allows the visitor to focus on and enjoy your content.

A flexible one-page template for any kind of corporate presentation or creative portfolio. Archetype comes with multiple layout options, 6 built-in colour variations and the ability to setup your own variation using the template options in the Joomla backend. 

RadioWave is a fully featured template for online radio stations and music portals with built-in support for Radiojar, a popular web based service that lets you easily setup and manage your online radio station.

A sharp looking template built for events, conferences as well as any type of presentation for your app or service. Ibento comes with a customisable single page layout, custom colour variations, background video section, parallax views, and cutting edge animated transitions that leave a memorable impression.

Built and optimized for content-heavy websites like news portals and online magazines, Kiji comes with a rich feature set including a smart layout system, multiple ways to present your content, a dynamic mega menu and custom colours for each section of your content.

A template for blogging and micro sites that blends perfectly with your style. With just a few clicks you can setup your favourite colour variation, fullscreen background image, header layout style, font family and many more.

The community of K2 has spoken through the poll I got up yesterday on the frontpage of the K2 Community website. An email was previously sent to all our members letting them know of this poll, as well as the reasons we chose to resolve into such a poll.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: A poll is now setup in the K2 Community for people to voice their opinion more properly

First, some facts...

Joomla 1.6's life cycle is very short. Just 6 months. By July 2011, the Joomla team will end development and proceed to releasing Joomla v1.7.

This is very disturbing for many big projects like K2, considering all the big changes that 1.6 has introduced in its framework (language files, content elements, classes, functions, ACL etc. etc.) and the unnecessary workload added (see language files going back to Joomla 1.0 days), especially for free extensions like K2, Virtuemart and many more...

Many developers have expressed doubts about 1.6. Jen Kramer also nailed it in her recent blog post: Joomla 1.6 and Beyond: Should I upgrade? Should I build my new sites in it?

So did Andy Miller of RocketTheme fame on: Should I upgrade to Joomla 1.6?

Back to the title of this post...

You will understand why I posted this pic after you finish reading the first paragraph in it... I have no words... I do know however what my next avatar will be ;)

Originally posted on designstheweb.co.uk.

NEW VERSION 3.12 released in Oct 2018! Now fully responsive & Joomla 1.5 - 3.x compatible!

Frontpage SlideShow
is the easiest & most eye-catching way to display your featured articles or products in your Joomla website.