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BNR Branding Solutions is based in Huntersville, N.C., and is a full-service web development and digital marketing company.

BNR must have extensions for J! 2.5

Saturday, 18 February 2012 19:04

One of the topics that always seems to come up when discussing Joomla is the extensions you can't live without. This list changes as Joomla, extension developers, and the web changes so I figured I'd put down our current list of must haves based on Joomla 2.5. I'll stick to the extensions that we use in every install (or at least nearly every one). Here are the top 6+1 in no particular order.

K2 BNR Content for J!2.5 released

Friday, 17 February 2012 21:40

BNR is pleased to announce the realease of K2 BNR content for Joomla! 2.5. This release is an update from the 1.5 version with updates for K2 2.5.x. The package works for all current versions of Joomla though 1.5 do not need to upgrade.

BNR Custombook open for beta testing

Monday, 06 February 2012 18:15

Over the past year Facebook has made significant changes to their pages to allow for greater flexibility and customization. Many of the big brands have taken advantage of the new capabilities, but for most small businesses, that kind of customization was out of their reach. BNR saw the need and is proud to introduce BNR Custombook.

Social + Search = It's official!

Tuesday, 17 January 2012 04:37

In a not very shocking blog post, Google announced Search, plus Your World last Tuesday. Unless you've been ignoring anything with an internet connection, you probably already knew that Google has been pushing hard in the social media arena, and this is just the culmination of months of small changes to how Google works.

The trouble with protecting your users

Saturday, 26 November 2011 11:36

In an effort to "do no evil" Google announced last month that logged in users would default to using their encrypted search. That's just fancy tech talk for search being done over HTTPS. This is the same technology that protects your private information when you buy stuff online through secure websites. Basically, it jumbles up any information exchanged between a website and your browser so anyone snooping around can't read that information. Sounds like a good idea right? Right?

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