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Since i’ve fixed some bugs and issues on the files to switch core MooTools v1.11 to v1.2.x and following the release of version 1.2.2 1.2.3 of MooTools Core and More , i’m posting here an updated version of this workaround to which you could refer for details on how this code works. Changes in this new version are: Updated MooTools Core to 1.2.2 1.2.3 and MooTools More to 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 Added .getValue() to the compatibility file Added .getSelected() to the compatibility file to fix some issues under IE Added Json support to the compatibility file Added window.onDomReady shortcut for DOM ready event Changed MY_Behavior::mootoolsFix(); to handle new MooTools files Changed MY_Behavior::mootoolsFix(); to correctly render old tooltips format title::text for items with hasTip class (anyway, remember that classes to style the tooltip have changed !)
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Written by Marco Conti Monday, 10 November 2008 12:32 Stop the presses! You may have noticed that this article is getting a bit long in the tooth and that part 2 is not published yet.
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Adding Custom Registration Fields to Joomla and JomSocial using jos_user | Research Blog | Big Spring Web Design & DevelopmentA guide on adding on using Jos_user to add custom registration fields to Joomla and JomSocial. Working on a recent project for a client, it became clear to that we needed to hack the standard JomSocial registration process to capture extra user information during the registration process.
Hello Friends, Are you looking for adding extra fields in Joomla registration page ? Yesterday i was working with Joomla and wanted to add extra fields in registration page.
This tutorial was written for Joomla 1.5, however the differences to Joomla 1.6 are minor.