At the CMS Expo I shared a site I had developed for the University of Massachusetts: New England Greenhouse Up-dates http://negreenhouseupdate.info. I've gotten several emails from Expo attendees asking about the extensions used, so here's that info.
Note: I had to edit this blog entry in order to save it -- all references to up-dates would normallly not have the hyphen, but my host has great security and will not allow certain database terms to be used in an article or blog. I will need to ask them to make an exception for this site and will edit the blog post once that is done.
The site features a blog of “up-dates” about all the things that can go wrong in greenhouses – and best practices to avoid them. Some articles are just text, while a photo library provides a visual database organized in categories. When we began the conversion to Joomla! we considered various photo gallery extensions, but ended up using regular Jooma! articles and two separate category blog displays.