Navigate to http://yoursite.com/user/login and you should see the log in form.
We highly recommend you tour our demos to choose the right skin. Once you decide on a skin, download the corresponding trial. You will be asked for your email address. Once you enter your email address, your premium trial with installation instructions will be sent.
Good luck and thank you for choosing Jamroom Premium.
Note: Your email address will be linked to all your Jamroom licenses and your VIP support. You can also use it to log in here at Jamroom.net. We do not share your information with any other parties.
All marketplace products are free for the first 30 days. We recommend you use choose a premium download that is close to the one your prefer. This way the modules you most likely want will be installed and activated automatically. Once you complete your install, visit the marketplace to choose a different skin.
For more information on installing and switching skins click here.
Yes, as long as that system has a method for exporting its data, then that data can be imported into Jamroom. There is an Export/Import module that allows for some systems already. For unknown systems some setup of the Import system may be necessary to get things in the right place.
If your plan is to host your own server and your network won't require premium tools like video support or YouTube, likes, comments and so on, then Open Source is perfect for you. You can still add these tools individually, if you decide you want them later.
For a complete list of the open source and premium tools click here.
If you plan to do your own hosting and want the full power of Jamroom, Jamroom Premium is the smartest plan for you.
For more information on Jamroom Premiumclick here.
The Jamroom team do do some custom development, so feel free to contact us at support at Jamroom dot net to see if anyone is available. The Forums is also a good place to look for developers familiar with Jamroom. You can hire anybody you like from anywhere though, the whole system is designed to be customized freely.
Jamroom at its core is a module system. Adding modules to your system changes the features your system has. Any module CAN be built for Jamroom. There are a lot of modules that haven't been built or even thought of yet. If someone decides that they need a module for zapier, intercom, or anything else building the module then turning it on in the system is all that needs doing.
You can see all the modules that currently exist here: https://www.jamroom.net/the-jamroom-network/networkmarket
Or from the MARKETPLACE tab inside your Jamroom site.
Jamroom has a built in marketplace system that allows you to install modules and keep them up to date from within the admin interface area. When new updates are released, you just need to click the UPDATE button and the latest version will be downloaded to your server.
Yes, Jamroom is designed with modules. Modules are displayed on Profiles. Which modules show on a profile is determined by the "Quota" they are in. You can have as many Quotas as you like, so you can have as many different types of Profile as you like.
Its quite common to set one type of profile up to hold community stuff, then a different type of profile for community members.
eg: One profile type will be allowed to have a Forum while the other profile types are only allowed to use the forum, not each have their own.
Jamroom CMS has many components and its important to understand how they work, there are: * 'Profiles' - Where the content users have added is uploaded to * 'Users' - The person sitting looking at the screen * 'Quotas' - The modules that each profile has access to.
On top of that, there are different levels of users: * 'Standard User' - a normal user of the community * 'Profile Admin' - someone who helps out keeping content in order * 'Master Admin' - the guy who decides how the system is set up
The admin level users can edit other profile that are not their own.
Jamroom is designed to scale well. We have systems that run well with hundreds of thousands of users on a single server. When one server isn't enough, we have cloud modules to expand your system over multiple servers to keep growing as big as you need it to.
When you create a new server on Jamroom Hosting you would be doing that from the jamroom.net site. Some users expect that this will be the location where their community will come too.
When you create a new server, you will also be asked to put in a domain name for your site. Its the domain name which is where you will go to see your content. Jamroom Hosted provides a secondary domain name for you to use in testing so that even if you don't own the domain name yet you can still see your content.
More Info: https://www.jamroom.net/the-jamroom-network/documentation/jamroom-hosting
Jamroom.net is the central location for people who use the Jamroom CMS system. It is where your site will download any module updates from.
Your site will run on its own domain. Your community members will all be on your site, they do not need to visit jamroom.net unless they want to create their own community. On jamroom.net you will get your license key to access the marketplace so your site can download updates. You can visit the Forums here to get help running your site.