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Welcome to Jumi! >> Concise Guide   Click to listen highlighted text! Concise Guide
Jumi is the set of native extensions for Joomla!.
Jumi comes as a component, content plugin and a module types of Joomla! extensions.
Jumi extensions are the tools.
Every Jumi tool is a WYIIWYG tool (What You Include Is What You Get).
That means: Jumi does nothing but includes (injects) some stored code or written code into Joomla!. Either as a separate page (via Jumi component) or into the articles (via Jumi plugin) or into modules position (via Jumi module). The content of the your inclusion - simple or magic - does what you see.

The general Jumi plugin syntax

{jumi [stored_code_source] [arg1] [arg2] ... [argN]}
where
  • stored_code_source
    can be either a pathname to the file or *ID (e.g. *1) of the Jumi component database record. The pathname is the relative pathname of the file to be included with respect to the Default Absolute (Jumi) Path. The Default Absolute (Jumi) Path is identical to Joomla! root (unless it is manually specified in the plugin/module parameters in the admin backend.
  • arg1, arg2, ..., argN
    are any number of optional Jumi arguments. It depends on your script if it takes Jumi arguments or it doesn't.

The general Jumi module syntax

The Jumi module syntax is done via module parameters. They are analogous to Jumi plugin syntax and are self explanatory. Except the fieald for the notes there are two other fields: Into the first one you can directly write the code (html, php, javascrip,...) while second one serves for inputting the stored code source - a pathname to the file to be included or a record ID of the component database table preceeded by an asterisk (e.g. *1).

The general Jumi component syntax

Component has two input fields. Into the first one you can directly write the code (html, php, javascrip,...) while second one serves for inputting the stored code source - a pathname to the file to be included.

Notes

  • Jumi can include only files that resides on your server.
  • For Jumi ver.1.2 and above: included files need not be within your Joomla installation directory.
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