JaTeX

Available versions

The JaTeX plugin can render LaTeX code in your Joomla content.

The LaTeX Code have to be between {jatex}LATEXCODE{/jatex}.

  • MathJax rendering
  • MimeTex Rendering
  • or both
  • setup MathJax URL
  • setup MimeTex URL

 Demopage

KaTeX

Available versions

The KaTeX plugin adds a BBCode to your Kunena which can render LaTeX code.

A small icon will be added to your Kunena forum editor which adds the tags to the editor field. Between those you can write down your normal LaTeX code.

  • MathJax rendering
  • MimeTex Rendering
  • or both
  • setup MathJax URL
  • setup MimeTex URL
  • editor preview possible

SchuWeb Birthday Module

Available versions

The SchuWeb Birthday Module shows the birthdays of your members inside of a Joomla! module.

  • create own templates
  • different refernce times
  • JomSocial Support
  • Community Builder Support
  • Linking to profile or forum post
  • automatic forum post generation
  • adjustable sentences over language files

SW SetGroup

Available versions

SW SetGroup helps to manage your registered user by scanning their e-mail address and push them to or remove them from special ACL groups. This is accomplished by regular expressions.

SW SetGroup is used for example in the student council of ETEC KIT. There, each student has an e-mail address ending in either @stud.uni-karlsruhe.de or @student.kit.edu. All e-mail addresses that match this pattern will automatically be added to the student group and get special permission on the site. The addresses which ends up only on @kit.edu are moved to the KIT worker group.

SchuWeb Birthday Module DEV

Available versions

The SchuWeb Birthday Module shows the birthdays of your members inside of a Joomla! module. 

  • create own templates
  • different refernce times
  • JomSocial Support
  • Community Builder Support
  • Linking to profile or forum post
  • automatic forum post generation
  • adjustable sentences over language files

SW SetGroup DEV

Available versions

SW SetGroup helps to manage your registered user by scanning their e-mail address and push them to or remove them from special ACL groups. This is accomplished by regular expressions.

SW SetGroup is used for example in the student council of ETEC KIT. There, each student has an e-mail address ending in either stud.uni-karlsruhe.de or student.kit.edu. All e-mail addresses that match this pattern will automatically be added to the student group and get special permission on the site.