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    Joomla PDF Newsletter help

    currently getting underway with moving to joomla and am looking what extensions i need.

    one feature required is a link on the home page 'newsletter' which links to the current newsletter. they also want the old ones archiving.

    anyideas
    currently i have to modify a link eachtime a newsletter is uploaded (when i remember)

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    with my site (i'll pm it) i upload a PDF of the newsletter to a Component called RubberDoc or something wierd like that. That adds it to a list of previous newsletters (our archive) then i add a link to the new newsletter on the front page. Make sense?

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    I'd be interested in seeing the same thing if possible; we have a weekly PDF newsletter, and I want to make it as easy as possible for the admin staff to be able to do it, rather than the current system where I have to edit the html of website to include a new link, upload the new document etc etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    with my site (i'll pm it) i upload a PDF of the newsletter to a Component called RubberDoc or something wierd like that. That adds it to a list of previous newsletters (our archive) then i add a link to the new newsletter on the front page. Make sense?
    Does RubberDoc have a frontend gui for, say, admin staff to upload files?

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    erm to be honest i dont know!! I can't get anyone to do anything with the site apart from me, so i've never really looked for one.

    A quick inspection though and it looks like the answer is no unfortuantely....unless im missing something.

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