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Everyone who ever made a template for joomla, or a web design in general, knows the feeling: finally, after hours or days of work you've created something that looks great...until you check how it looks in other browsers. A template that looks great in one browser can be a total mess in another browser and it can turn out quit a job to fix this. Sometimes fixing this can take as much time as creating the template itself. That's why it is important to keep the differences between browsers in mind, when you create your template. Many starting web designers make the mistake to start thinking about this when the design is nearly finished. This will add extra work to your design which could have been avoided. And when you face a deadline, it will give you some headaches too. So I've decided to write a series of articles about these differences between browsers that you should think about.

Let's suppose you're starting to design a new website and you have choosen joomla as your CMS. Then you'll probably ask yourself which version of joomla you should take: 1.0 or 1.5. This is an important question, but at this moment there is no easy answer on this. This article is about some things you should keep in mind before you make your descision.

A lot of people are asking themselves if they should upgrade from joomla 1.0 to joomla 1.5. There's quit some information which can be found on this topic on the official joomla site and forum, but I thought it might be a good idea to gather that information, put it in one article and give my own view on some topics.


Ulti ReflectionThere is already a new version of Ulti Reflection: 1.0.1. This was a bug which caused problems on sites with SEF URL enabled. This has now been fixed.

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