Innato BV - Joomla! 3 / 2.5 Demo Site
This demo website is a standard Joomla! 3.7 install, except for the header picture.
Its purpose is to demonstrate Joomla! 3 software developed by Innato BV.
Our J3 software is also available for Joomla! 2.5, but there is no separate J2.5 demo website, because J2.5 and J3 are very similar.
> Login One! authentication plug-in
Our most popular and celebrated Login One! plug-in has been installed on this demo website. To see its Premium Edition in action, you must log into this website with user name demo and password joomla30
If another visitor has logged in before you, you will see the Login One! notification in red. If you don't see it, you are the first log-in. You should then stay logged in here and log in once more with the same credentials demo/joomla30 but at a different work station. The maximum session life time on this demo site has been set as low as 5 minutes, to better demonstrate the working of this plug-in.
If you do not have a second work station available, you can also do the following:
- Log in on this page (demo/joomla30).
- Open a diffent browser and log in on this page once more with this second browser (demo/joomla30).
- Log in on this page (demo/joomla30).
- Shut down your browser completely (do not log out first!).
- Restart your browser and visit this demo website again (http://joomla3.innato.nl).
- Log in once more on the re-opened page (demo/joomla30).
- You will see the Login One! blocking message, provided you have attempted to log in again within 5 minutes.
For the purpose of this demo, the plug-in is working in 'strict mode'. Normally you would be allowed to log in again from the same work station (default setting).
> Log-in Limiter plug-in. Set a log-in speed limit to help your website's security.
In a standard Joomla! install, individual account holders may have as many log-ins to your website as they like. There is no limit... until now! This plug-in sets a maximum to the number of log-ins that a user may have within a configurable time span. The log-in counter is reset when the configured time period expires. An effective addition to websites that require an additional access control level.
Three editions are available: Trial (freeware), Premium and Business.
Try out the Premium Edition here, which has customisable user notifications and other options. Just repeatedly log in and out a few times on this demo site (user demo / pw joomla30) and see what happens on your 4th log-in attempt.
Interested? Download the free Trial Edition, click here.
> Drop-a-Note Short Messaging module
Drop-a-Note is a self-supporting Short Messaging module that allows your website visitors to post messages. No 3rd party subscriptions, keys or APIs are required. In other words: user-friendly, simple and effective.
The messages are displayed in a scrolling window to be placed in any module position that your webite allows.
New messages can also be posted by unregistered visitors and - depending on the current configuration - may be displayed only after activation through an emailed activation link.
Check out the Business Edition demo at the top right (user demo / pw joomla30). The demo includes a limited version of the unique Private Notes option. Drop-a-Note freeware Trial, Premium and Business Editions are available for Joomla! 2.5 and 3.x.
> GlobeWeather worldwide weather module
A demo of the GlobeWeather module (Business edition) is at the top left of this page. The Premium and Business editions automatically calculate the sunrise/sunset times of weather stations (AutoCalc). In addition, they are fitted with our SmartMetar data retrieval technology plus they have many more configuration options than the freeware edition.
The freeware edition of this module is available here.
An overview of the configuration options is here.
The GlobeWeather forum is here.
Install problem, see here.
INNATO BV and their software are not affiliated with nor endorsed by the Joomla Project. The software is not supported or warranted by the Joomla Project or Open Source Matters. The Joomla logo is used under a limited license granted by Open Source Matters the trademark holder in the United States and other countries.