JL Votes
Version: 1.4.0 Type: No support
Compatibility: Joomla 1.5 Extension: Component, Module

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Description JL Votes

Unique voting creation component. Sets a different level of standard for web site voting. The advantages of using this component: enhancing the response of the audience, more objective results, rich functionality.

The package includes:

  • Voting component JLvotes
  • Plugin
  • 2 modules

Features JL Votes

  1. Fully compatible with Joomla 1.5 in Native mode
  2. Usablity; it is very easy for the user to make a choice as there are two options, "yes" or "no".
  3. Easy setup and installation.
  4. Great response from the audience; during our tests the number of votes has increased nearly three-fold.
  5. Voting feature is enabled only for registered users.
  6. Users can change their opinion.
  7. The vote can be placed both in all articles and in a separate article using {jlvotes} code.
  8. Multilanguage support: Russian and English.

Version History JL Votes

v1.4

  • Fixed a bug that is associated to the subdirectory ustavnokoy joomla site.
Version History

All Version History JL Votes

v1.4

  • Fixed a bug that is associated to the subdirectory ustavnokoy joomla site.


v1.3

  • package can be put on top of a previous installation and the table does not remove
  • generation of notice
  • deleting tables on uninstallation
  • drop table if installs


v1.2

  • Added ability to disable voting in the selected articles
  • Added buttons insert tags on / off voting in the articles when editing
  • Now all three plug-in set and deleted automatically! Need to install only the components.
  • Fixed language file


v1.1

  • Stable release of the component

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