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In this video we check out CG Isotope for Joomla - a component that provides a high degrees of filtering ability for Joomla articles and other types of content. A shout out to Mary of who suggested this for a WMW episode because she was using it on a site and is probably also morbidly curious about how I will end up lost in the weeds checking out such a feature-rich Jooma extension.



Here's a summary of the transcript:

- The video is about exploring CG Isotope, an extension for Joomla.
- The speaker is Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast.
- The video is a live stream on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
- Tim mentions that CG Isotope is recommended by Mary and sponsored by
- He demonstrates the installation of CG Isotope on his Joomla site.
- Tim explains that CG Isotope is a filtering tool for Joomla that can sort, filter, and display web links, articles, and K2 items using categories, tags, and fields.
- He goes through various settings and customization options for CG Isotope, including display types, sorting options, and filter buttons.
- Tim creates a new menu item for CG Isotope and demonstrates how to filter articles based on tags.
- He explores different filter options and demonstrates the functionality of CG Isotope on his Joomla site.
- The video includes discussions and interactions with viewers in the chat.

Please note that this summary is quite detailed due to the lengthy transcript. If you need a more concise summary, please let me know.

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