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joomlapraiselogoJoomlaPraise is a Joomla company that provided outstanding templates and extensions.

However, the owners of the company recently moved to new jobs with large enterprise-level companies. You can watch one of the owners talk about his experience working at Sears.

Producing new extensions and templates is also a full-time job, and the JoomlaPraise team weren't ready to work 24 hours a day.

Rather than see all that hard work go to waste, OSTraining has agreed to move 5 extensions and 17 templates from JoomlaPraise to OSTraining.com. Even better, everything is now free to download.

The superb efforts of the JoomlaPraise team are now freely available to the Joomla! community.

Joomla Extensions

OSRegisterYou can click here for all the OSTraining extensions. Here's a list of the 5 new additions from Joomlapraise:

  • OSGreybox Image Gallery: use the Greybox Lightbox gallery in Joomla content
  • OSPositions: constantly reveal your template's module positions
  • OSRegister: Joomla registration in a module
  • OSShow: lightweight slideshow module.
  • OSURL: easily find the underlying Joomla URLs on a page

Joomla Templates

Audio Joomla TemplateYou can click here for all the OSTraining templates. Here's a list of the 17 new additions from Joomlapraise:

  • Ampd: a sports template.
  • AppPraise: to sell apps.
  • AudioPraise: for music sites.
  • Bloq: for business sites.
  • CommunityPraise: for social sites with Community Builder support.
  • DailyPraise: for magazine sites with K2 support.
  • Default: very simple beginner template.
  • Demi: a warm, friendly template.
  • Eleglance: a business template.
  • EventPraise: for event sites.
  • Genesis: a flexible business template.
  • Mag: for magazine sites.
  • Praiseit: a colorful template.
  • Premise: a minimal template.
  • SimpleShop: an e-commerce template with Virtuemart support.
  • SoftPraise: for software sites.
  • Starlight: for gamers.

About the author

Steve is the founder of OSTraining. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. Steve's work straddles the line between teaching and web development.