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JoomReminder Documentation

JoomReminder Documentation

This documentation contains Guides and How-tos to setup and configure JoomReminder on your Joomla site and how to make it work with various other extensions.


Before we begin, ensure that you have met the System Requirements in order for JoomReminder to operate correctly. You may find the most basic requirements for JoomReminder below:


Every information related to PHP and MySQL is presented on Joomla’s page, click here to see details

  • Joomla 3.x

PHP Requirements

JoomReminder runs on PHP and it requires PHP to exist on the site.

  • 5.3+ and above.

MySQL Requirements

JoomPush requires a minimum version of MySQL 5+

Checking System Requirements

You may review these requirements from the management system: System → System Information → PHP Settings

You can also create a very simple PHP script and include the codes below in your php file.

   // This is a very simple method to load up php's settings.


Installation and Configuration

Assuming that you have already downloaded the JoomReminder package

and unzipped / extracted the file then


  1. Login to yoursite.com/administrator
  2. In backend, access to Extension Manager > Select file (com_joomreminder)  and install.
  3. Successful installation message will displayed once extension get installed.
  4. In backend, go to Components menu > JoomReminder > Options.
  5. Set ‘yes’ to Show Remind Me and save.

Administrator Guide


This view shows specific content reminded by the user with total remind count.

Reminded Content

This view shows the Reminded content per user (unique count) and some other important statistics


We make sure that all the user data is saved in our database and this list view will display all the data. We also show the details of the guest user who has reminded the content.


JoomReminder is customizable, everything can be changed right from button class to messages and emails. To make this even simpler we have made sure that the settings are easy to understand and are in different tabs for different functionalities. Click on the options button once you enter the JoomReminder menu to see the self-explanatory settings.

JoomReminder Settings


Since Reminding any content with JoomReminder is not just limited to “Joomla Articles” (already integrated) and will practically work with any extension to Remind Me almost anything. You need to add the following code in override file of the extension you want it to integrate with.

Notice: To make it work with Joomla article you just have to install and enable JoomReminder plugin from given package. Before you perform anything, please make sure you add  the following code in override file of the extension on which you want to show the Remind Me button.

$loader = JPATH_ROOT . '/components/com_joomreminder/load.php';
if (file_exists ( $loader )) {
   require_once $loader;
   echo JoomReminderLoad::quick_init( {content_client}, {content_id} , {content_title} );
} ?>

For example, if you want to integrate it with com_k2 component item detail view then add following code in item detail override file

$loader = JPATH_ROOT . '/components/com_joomreminder/load.php';
if (file_exists ( $loader )) {
   require_once $loader;
   echo JoomReminderLoad::quick_init( ‘com_k2’, $this->item->id, $this->item->title);
} ?>


  1. {content_client}: (type:string) - name of component : com_content.article, com_content.category, com_k2, com_virtuemart or com_easyblog ....

  2. {content_id}: (type:integer} - ID of item (maybe is article, blog item...)

  3. {content_title}: (type:string} - title of item (maybe is article title, blog title...)