Articles in the ‘FullAjax’ category

Strangely, that not written about it before :)
So, now almost all sites use a couple social buttons from a different social networks. And you may be interesting how to make it work, social buttons with AJAX.

I have a few tips.

New version of the Add FullAjax plugin for Joomla! (2012.04.20).
Looks like it last version that support Joomla! 1.5. Almost updates here for Joomla! 2.5.
Not tested with Joomla! 1.7.

What in this version:

  • updated FullAJAX library to latest version
  • fixed couple bugs with HTML5 History API
  • fixed work in IE, with links that contain special chars
  • fixed display < title > with special chars
  • removed doSomethingAfterFAjxPagLoad() function
  • partial rewritten the animation code (only for Joomla! 2.5)
  • changed the logic of check the current active menu item (only for Joomla! 2.5)
  • several small changes, almost for Joomla! 2.5 :)

Attention! Removed doSomethingAfterFAjxPagLoad() function (but you can back it if want ;) ), instead use the ‘load’ event:

FLAX.Html.onall('load', function(options){
//some code

If you site work good with one of older version, think twice before update plugin ;)

->Download for Joomla! 1.5<-

->Download for Joomla! 2.5<-

JavaScript library FullAJAX now also on Github.
By address FullAJAX

Who still does not know, I remind that this is such a powerful thing that allows you to easily add AJAX to your site ;) Also AddFullajax plugin for Joomla! based on this.

New version of the Add FullAjax plugin for Joomla! (2012.01.28).
New version of Joomla! 2.5 already online, so now can update plugin, a little bit :)

What’s new:

  • Support for Joomla! 2.5
  • Added support for HTML5 History API
  • Fix Joomla! search when using multiple templates
  • Added ability to disable FullAjax script on a particular page
  • Choice of menu items is now easier (only for Joomla! 1.7/2.5)
  • Use Codemiror to edit advanced settings (only for Joomla! 1.7/2.5)

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Good news for AddFullAjax plugin and JComments component users. As you know, after installing the plugin AddFullAjax – JComments refused to work. The reason is the same as with LightBox.

To make this work, you need a small AddFullAjax configuration, somthing like for LightBox.

So just add next in plugin configuration :

FLAX.Html.onall('load', function(options){
  if(window.JCommentsInitializeForm &&'comments-form')){

that’s all ;)

New version of the Add FullAjax plugin for Joomla! (2011.08.06).
The next little update :)

What new:

  • fixed work in Firefox with sending standard Joomla forms (thanks for Cyprian Śniegota)
  • several small changes

-> Download <-