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  • Plugin Author jomres

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    Jomres is a powerful system, but power comes at the cost of server resources. If you’re using a shared server then there’s a good chance that you’re fighting other hosting accounts for those resources. WordPress is very fast because it’s lightweight, so doesn’t require a fast server to run. As a result, you might not be aware of it’s limitations until you install something the size and complexity of Jomres.

    Jomres doesn’t have any compatability problems with Joomla, however we encourage users to customise the system. As a result it’s not unusual for upgrades to cause issues if those same users haven’t yet adjusted to adapt their customisations to fit new requirements.

    >> In my opinion it’s not very suitable for wordpress and wordpress users.

    I think you’re not giving your fellow WordPress users any credit.

    Please remember that Jomres’ integration into WordPress is very new, and whilst we’ve tested it as thoroughly as we can before release it’s inevitable that there will be teething problems. We trust that users like yourself will contribute their findings back to the project so that we can all benefit.

    Sure, there’s a learning curve with Jomres, but then there’s a curve with any product that’s worthwhile learning. It’s impossible to build something powerful, with a lot of options, but make it ludicrously simple to use. We’ve done our best without crippling your ability to maximise it’s potential, but if there’s any way we can make it easier for you to use, we’re open to suggestions.

    Plugin Author jomres

    (@jomres)

    I found a problem with the bridge plugin this afternoon and uploaded a new version of Jomres, perhaps that fixes it for you. Can you try again please?

    Plugin Author jomres

    (@jomres)

    Is there a file in the root of your WP installation called jomres_root.php?

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: Need a Basic Booking Plugin

    1. If a registered user creates a property (e.g. like a hotel) then they’re automatically made managers within Jomres.
    2. To manage a property they do it from the WP page, the system’s integrated into your WP installation, it’s not on another host (a la SAAS. SAAS is fine if you don’t want to spend time setting up or customising, but Jomres isn’t targetted to those users, it’s targetted at developers who want to invest a little time and get a good reward back).
    3. Everybody has to choose a resource, unless you’re renting out villas or apartments, the rooms are hidden resources and choosing them aren’t options in that scenario.
    4. Plenty of options in the property configuration allow you to configure the booking form, but if that’s not enough, then you can get your paws mucky editing the template files themselves.
    5. Zero price isn’t an option in Jomres, not for rooms/(or pitches or whatever you’ve worded those resources to).

    There’s a whole bundle of ways you can embed stuff, I suspect what you mean and what I mean might be rather different, but for example you can see something like

    http://www.jomres-demo.net/quickstart/index.php?option=com_jomres&task=remoteavailability&id=1&lang=en

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: Need a Basic Booking Plugin

    I’m just in the process of finishing up making Jomres work in WordPress as well as Joolma and it may be pretty much what you need.

    If you’re interested, the core system’s free, we only charge for plugins and support. Let us know how you get on, we haven’t had any WordPress users actually play with it yet (that we know of), it’s all been in-house testing atm.

    Jomres itself is 9 years old, for that time it’s been built to integrate into Joomla but as it’s designed to be CMS agnostic I decided it’s time we branched out.

    Are you sure you mean multiple websites, or properties/units within a single website?

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