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Personal hCard

Personal hCard module for Joomla shows personal contact information on your Joomla 2.5/3.x website using the standard hCard format.

Overview

Compatible with Joomla 3.xCompatible with Joomla 2.5Personal hCard displays contact information on your Joomla 2.5/3.x website, annotated using the standard hCard format. It is easily styled for your website using CSS.

Features

  • Most common contact information is supported and can be omitted
    • Name
    • Picture
    • Title
    • Organization
    • Street address
    • Cloaked email
    • Website
    • AIM user ID
    • ICQ user ID
    • MSN user ID
    • Skype user ID
    • XMPP (Jabber) user ID
    • Yahoo user ID
  • Styled with CSS. Default CSS is easily omitted to reduce page load times

Screenshots

Sample
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Brief Instructions

  1. Download and install extension as usual in Extensions > Extension Manager.
  2. Once installed, create a new module using the Extensions > Module Manager. Select Personal hCard as the module type.
  3. Enter your information and publish. You must include a name, but all other information is optional.
Once you've published the module, check your page using the hCard microformat validator.

The validator will not detect the hCard if your website is invalid HTML (for example, caused by the site template).

Download

mod_hcard_v1.1.3.zip (updated 2014-10-07)

To help support this site, there was also a paid version of this module that allowed downloading the hCard information as a vCard for easy import to address books. Over several years, I only had one request, so I've discontinued version. If someone really wants it, you can support me by donating and I'll migrate the code and release both versions for free.

Support

You can give feedback or ask questions by:

This product, Personal hCard, is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Joomla! Project. It is not supported or warranted by the Joomla Project or Open Source Matters. The Joomla! logo is used under a limited license granted by Open Source Matters the trademark holder in the United States and other countries.

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