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Content Management System integration

We are sometimes asked why Jomres is a plugin for Joomla and Wordpress, instead of being designed to be a standalone product.

We've spent many years in web development, and one thing we've learned is that our customers, rightly so, want their sites to stand out from the crowd. This means that they want the maximum level of flexibility when it comes to designing their websites, and what better way than by using a Content Management System like Joomla or Wordpress?

Joomla today has over 8000 plugins available for it, Wordpress has a whopping 31,000 plugins. This means that, whatever you want to do with your website, however you want to style it and whatever functionality you want for it, it's likely that the feature has already been written somewhere by somebody.

Want a weather module for your villa? You can choose one from the Joomla extension directory or the Wordpress Repository. Want a clock? You got it! Time is precious, so why would you take a standalone booking system and waste that time wrangling it's theme to do what you want when you can just download or buy a template from one of the many Joomla or Wordpress template clubs?

Using the extensibility available to CMS like these gives you more time to focus on what you do best, selling bookings.