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WP4J - WordPress for Joomla, the Best Blog Component for the Joomla CMS. Run Wordpress as a native Joomla component and get the best of both worlds! Learn More.

logo_notextThe Best Blog Component for Joomla has just gotten better!

  1. fixed issues with malformed comments area in adaptive layout
  2. Added Galleria – A beautiful way to display your galleries in WordPress For Joomla!
  3. Integrated wootheme slider
  4. Removed EasyBlog Javascript and replaced EasyBlog images

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easyWP4J makes it ridiculously easy to migrate your WordPress blog to Joomla. All you need to do is install the Joomla Blogging Component WP4J and the import your old WordPress blog. WP4J is WordPress running Joomla so you will essentially have your same WordPress site (same urls, same google position) with one difference. You will now have all the capabilities of Joomla as well!

The only real issue you may face is converting your old template, but even then it could be a good time to freshen up your site with a new design – there are literally thousands of paid and free Joomla templates available and they look Fantastic.

So what are you waiting for? Get the best of both worlds with WP4J, the best blogging component for Jooma!

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WP4J is now fully templated, make sure you give the new version a thrashing on the demo site to check out the sexy new templates! I will be documenting about this more in the future… but at this time I am too tired! Been at it for almost 48 hours!

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Dear Users,

We are getting very close to a major release of WP4J. I have integrated a very beautiful templating system that will showcase the features of this awesome Joomla Blogging Component much better.

So good things are coming, just a little longer and it will be here.

As always thank you from the bottom of my heart for believing in this project. The future is bright!

Billy Dale – WP4J Lead Developer

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logo_notextFixes issues with infinite loop in some cases on user login where other components might be calling the user events.

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