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Ohanah Partners to Become the Official Event Registration Extension

Joomla Detroit to bring Meetup Registration Back In House Thanks to Ohanah!

ohanah appThe Ohanah app briefly, is a powerful and flexible Joomla extension that allows users and administrators to easily manage events. Ohanah is fully compatible with Joomla 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 2.5 and 3.0., and 'automagically' adapts to most templates. (And we LOVE their website graphics!)

Joomla Detroit has been keeping a keen eye out for a registration extension that really will fit our needs, and I'm happy to announce that with Ohanah App's support to our JUG, we are finally able to bring meetup registration back in house. We've been watching this extension for quite a while, and now feel that it is the right choice to include on our user group site, and to endorse for all Joomla Detroit member's websites.

Ohanah App's Special Joomla Detroit Member Discount

Ohanah Event Registration Extension prices range from 29 € for the "Light" version to 249 € for the full "Developer" version. Right now, Ohanah Apps are showing their support for Joomla Detroit by giving a generous 20% Off purchase prices! Use coupon code JDETROIT when checking out!

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Ohanah is a Swiss based company that really knows how to create an exceptional extension!  You'll be able to manage events from not just the administration side, but also your site's frontend! Ohanah has a very slick, easy to learn interface (UX/UI) and the events, categories and venues are all interconnected. If your users create events, they'll be able to manage their own events from the front end as well, with administration access not necessary!

Ohanah is SEO ready. Adding the SEO essentials such as metadata, keywords and description to each event individually was a huge reason why Joomla Detroit chose Ohanah. It also uses event information at the markup level using microdata according to schema.org (event/venue).

Joomla Detroit is pleased and excited to have such a wonderful extension to showcase. We'd like to thak all at Ohanah and Beyounic for their support and assistance!

 


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