Online Tutorial, remarks concerning install
Online tutorial on how to patch Your #Joomla install to support my component (9 pages) securityimages in login, registration. While I do not see agree to all conclusions, it is a good start. I do not have time to write code, work, sleep, live and write at the same time top quality documentation. As a note, I would prefer that all efforts of people trying to document my component are centralized in the Wiki (under GNU Free Documentation License)
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It will be never easy to add this kind of functionnalities to JOOMLA since my code is seen as third party and #Joomla core developer may overwrite my changes at any time.
Unfortunately, the core of #Joomla do not have so much hook (like in mediawiki $wghook: modifying core without changing a line on the fly)…I will try to do something better for the next release.
2.2.5 is a lot simpler to install, 2.2.7 is not release but 3.0.0 will be soon deployed to www.joomla.org (sound support, code rewrite OO and some big new functionnalities)
If You find an error/want new functionnalities, please report it to the tracker of the project HERE, If you’re a developer, You can send me code patches…
Your feedback is welcomed.