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Trevor Milton resigned from Nikola amid fraud allegations. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca A second woman has accused Nikola Motors founder and ex-chairman Trevor Milton of sexual assault, CNBC reported Monday. The woman accused Milton, in a formal complaint to police in Utah on Friday, of digitally penetrating her when she was 15 and he was 22, according to CNBC. Another woman, Milton's cousin, accused him of groping her breasts when she was 15 and he was 18, in a social media post last week, and explained the incident to The Wall Street Journal. Milton stepped down from Nikola earlier this month following the...
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An absentee ballot election worker consolidates a large stack of absentee ballot applications at the Mecklenburg Board of Elections office in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 4, 2020. LOGAN CYRUS/AFP via Getty Images Brooklyn residents reported receiving absentee ballots with envelopes with the wrong name and address, Gothamist reported. The New York City Board of Elections told THE CITY that a private vendor hired to print and distribute absentee ballots in Brooklyn and Queen is responsible for the error.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Voters across Brooklyn reported getting a mislabeled "official absentee ballot envelope," that could potentially...
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Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus response coordinator, speaks during a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, Saturday, April 4, 2020, in Washington. Associated Press/Patrick Semansky Documents obtained by The New York Times show officials in President Donald Trump's administration pressured the Centers for Disease Control to relax guidelines for school reopenings earlier this summer.  Dr. Deborah Birx, a physician on the White House Coronavirus Task Force directly took a role in asking the CDC to include documents that undermined the threat of coronavirus to school-aged children in mid-July.  In early July, Trump criticized the CDC for advising schools to not...
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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images House Democrats unveiled a new $2.2 trillion stimulus plan that includes reviving the $600 federal unemployment benefits until the end of January and additional stimulus checks. It also includes funds for education, coronavirus testing, and contact tracing. State aid and federal unemployment benefits form two areas of friction between Republicans and Democrats. Relief negotiations have been deadlocked since early August. Get the inside track on the race for the White House with Business Insider's DC Bureau. Sign up here for our free event on September 29.   House Democrats unveiled late on Monday a...
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Out of the box, Joomla! does a great job of managing the content needed to make your Web site sing. But for many people, the true power of Joomla! lies in the application framework that makes it possible for developers all around the world to create powerful add-ons that are called Extensions. An Extension is used to add capabilities to Joomla! that do not exist in the base core code. Here are just some examples of the hundreds of available Extensions:

  • Dynamic form builders
  • Business or organisational directories
  • Document management
  • Image and multimedia galleries
  • E-commerce and shopping cart engines
  • Forums and chat software
  • Calendars
  • E-mail newsletters
  • Data collection and reporting tools
  • Banner advertising systems
  • Paid subscription services
  • and many, many, more

You can find more examples over at our ever growing Joomla! Extensions Directory. Prepare to be amazed at the amount of exciting work produced by our active developer community!

A useful guide to the Extension site can be found at:
http://extensions.joomla.org/content/view/15/63/

Types of Extensions

There are five types of extensions:

  • Components
  • Modules
  • Templates
  • Plugins
  • Languages

You can read more about the specifics of these using the links in the Article Index - a Table of Contents (yet another useful feature of Joomla!) - at the top right or by clicking on the Next link below.



Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2008 06:00