Joomla 5 stability / Themler support

Morpheus0101
38 Posts
Morpheus0101 posted this 19 February 2024

How stable is the Joomla 5 version?

ie. are there known bugs or issues I should be aware of?

I am a little reluctant to purchase an upgrade this time around, as I have been waiting a year for some issues to be resolved for the then new Joomla 4. Themler has seen 2 years without a single update or feature advancement, so need to know how robust the new update is and if there will be any support. My previous tickets have been either unanswered or partially answered ie. an initial response provided and then ignored with no resolution.

Best wishes

Arhon

How stable is the Joomla 5 version? ie. are there known bugs or issues I should be aware of? I am a little reluctant to purchase an upgrade this time around, as I have been waiting a year for some issues to be resolved for the then new Joomla 4. Themler has seen 2 years without a single update or feature advancement, so need to know how robust the new update is and if there will be any support. My previous tickets have been either unanswered or partially answered ie. an initial response provided and then ignored with no resolution. Best wishes Arhon
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Werbeagentur Schulz-Design
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Werbeagentur Schulz-Design posted this 28 February 2024

Hello,
The new update introduced some bugs. I wouldn't recommend an update.

Support contacted us briefly at the end of last year and has since disappeared again, ignoring everything here.

They want to force us to use Nicepage, but I won't do that under any circumstances, because Nicepage is not suitable for use in a CMS and has other weak points if you want to build dynamic websites.

Nicepage is a nice toy for dummies who want to build their own website for the first time.

With this in mind, best regards
Thorsten
Werbeagentur Schulz-Design

Hello, The new update introduced some bugs. I wouldn't recommend an update. Support contacted us briefly at the end of last year and has since disappeared again, ignoring everything here. They want to force us to use Nicepage, but I won't do that under any circumstances, because Nicepage is not suitable for use in a CMS and has other weak points if you want to build dynamic websites. Nicepage is a nice toy for dummies who want to build their own website for the first time. With this in mind, best regards Thorsten [Werbeagentur Schulz-Design][1] [1]: https://www.schulzdesign.info
Morpheus0101
38 Posts
Morpheus0101 posted this 29 February 2024

Hello,
The new update introduced some bugs. I wouldn't recommend an update.

Support contacted us briefly at the end of last year and has since disappeared again, ignoring everything here.

They want to force us to use Nicepage, but I won't do that under any circumstances, because Nicepage is not suitable for use in a CMS and has other weak points if you want to build dynamic websites.

Nicepage is a nice toy for dummies who want to build their own website for the first time.

With this in mind, best regards
Thorsten
[Werbeagentur Schulz-Design][1]

[1]: https://www.schulzdesign.info

Hi Thorsten,

thank you for your reply. This is very helpful.

It is such a shame, as this was an amazing product, and superior to Nicepage. I sense Themler has been sold on or 'managed' by one or two individuals, who just have the ability to to keep the product ticking over. If I am lucky, I get a vairly generic response to any queries I have, and then get ignored.

If this continues, I will have no choice but to move over to another system altogether. A big shame in my opinion.

Best wishes

Arhon

> Hello, > The new update introduced some bugs. I wouldn't recommend an update. > > Support contacted us briefly at the end of last year and has since disappeared again, ignoring everything here. > > They want to force us to use Nicepage, but I won't do that under any circumstances, because Nicepage is not suitable for use in a CMS and has other weak points if you want to build dynamic websites. > > Nicepage is a nice toy for dummies who want to build their own website for the first time. > > With this in mind, best regards > Thorsten > [Werbeagentur Schulz-Design][1] > > > [1]: https://www.schulzdesign.info Hi Thorsten, thank you for your reply. This is very helpful. It is such a shame, as this was an amazing product, and superior to Nicepage. I sense Themler has been sold on or 'managed' by one or two individuals, who just have the ability to to keep the product ticking over. If I am lucky, I get a vairly generic response to any queries I have, and then get ignored. If this continues, I will have no choice but to move over to another system altogether. A big shame in my opinion. Best wishes Arhon
lovelylula8
1 Posts
lovelylula8 posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello,
The new update introduced some bugs. I wouldn't recommend an update.

Support contacted us briefly at the end of last year and has since disappeared again, ignoring everything here.

They want to force us to use Nicepage, but I won't do that under any circumstances, because Nicepage is not suitable for use in a CMS and has other weak points if you want to build dynamic websites.

Nicepage is a nice toy for dummies who want to build their own website for the first time.

With this in mind, best regards
Thorsten
Werbeagentur Schulz-Design

1: https://www.schulzdesign.info
[2]: Drift Hunters
Hi Thorsten,

thank you for your reply. This is very helpful.

It is such a shame, as this was an amazing product, and superior to Nicepage. I sense Themler has been sold on or 'managed' by one or two individuals, who just have the ability to to keep the product ticking over. If I am lucky, I get a vairly generic response to any queries I have, and then get ignored.

If this continues, I will have no choice but to move over to another system altogether. A big shame in my opinion.

Best wishes

Arhon

Experience

> > Hello, > > The new update introduced some bugs. I wouldn't recommend an update. > > > > Support contacted us briefly at the end of last year and has since disappeared again, ignoring everything here. > > > > They want to force us to use Nicepage, but I won't do that under any circumstances, because Nicepage is not suitable for use in a CMS and has other weak points if you want to build dynamic websites. > > > > Nicepage is a nice toy for dummies who want to build their own website for the first time. > > > > With this in mind, best regards > > Thorsten > > [Werbeagentur Schulz-Design][1] > > > > > > [1]: https://www.schulzdesign.info > [2]: [Drift Hunters][1] > Hi Thorsten, > > thank you for your reply. This is very helpful. > > It is such a shame, as this was an amazing product, and superior to Nicepage. I sense Themler has been sold on or 'managed' by one or two individuals, who just have the ability to to keep the product ticking over. If I am lucky, I get a vairly generic response to any queries I have, and then get ignored. > > If this continues, I will have no choice but to move over to another system altogether. A big shame in my opinion. > > Best wishes > > Arhon Experience [1]: https://drifthunter.online
lilycollins9x
5 Posts
lilycollins9x posted this 2 weeks ago

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How stable is the Joomla 5 version?

ie. are there known bugs or issues I should be aware of?

I am a little reluctant to purchase an upgrade this time around, as I have been waiting a year for some issues to be resolved for the then new Joomla 4. Themler has seen 2 years without a single update or feature advancement, so need to know how robust the new update is and if there will be any support. My previous tickets have been either unanswered or partially answered ie. an initial response provided and then ignored with no resolution.

Best wishes

Arhon

The decision to upgrade to Joomla 5 should be based on a careful evaluation of the risks and benefits, taking into account your specific website requirements and concerns about stability and support.

[1v1 lol](https://1v1lolonline.io) > How stable is the Joomla 5 version? > > ie. are there known bugs or issues I should be aware of? > > I am a little reluctant to purchase an upgrade this time around, as I have been waiting a year for some issues to be resolved for the then new Joomla 4. Themler has seen 2 years without a single update or feature advancement, so need to know how robust the new update is and if there will be any support. My previous tickets have been either unanswered or partially answered ie. an initial response provided and then ignored with no resolution. > > Best wishes > > Arhon The decision to upgrade to Joomla 5 should be based on a careful evaluation of the risks and benefits, taking into account your specific website requirements and concerns about stability and support.
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