The Web-Call-Back Links Plugin

  1. Download the latest package from
  2. Unpack the downloaded package on your Computer, the package includes the Web-Call-Back Module and the Plugin in the same file.
  3. Install the Plugin in your Joomla installation.
  4. Publish the Plugin, maybe put him into a higher priority than other Plugins.
  5. Decide for yourself if the required mooTools library shall get loaded by the Plugin, or will get included by yourself in your template.
  6. Set the Plugins's parameters accordingly to your previous choice (see also below).
  7. Done.

This Plugin uses the mooTools JavaScript Framework which may interfere with other similar Frameworks as Prototype or JQuery. Incompatibilities with Joomla! installations that use those Frameworks as well are highly probable. Only solution is to stay with only one type of JavaScript Framework or to only use Plain Windows for the Web-Call-Back Links.

Web-Call-Back Links requires few settings, mainly telling the Plugin how to invoke the mooTools Framework:

Defines if the Web-Call-Back Links Plugin shall load the mooTools library that comes shipped with the package, or if the mooTools library is already loaded with your template.

Use this mambots mooTools library for effects

MooBot will load the mooTools library automatically.

I have mooTools ... fully loaded in the template

The mooTools library is already loaded with the template and the Web-Call-Back Links Plugin will use that library for its window effects.

To load the mooTools libary that is shipped with MooBoot through your template, put this into the HEAD section of your templates index.php file:

On Joomla 1.0

   global $mosConfig_live_site;
   <script type="text/javascript" src="<?php echo $mosConfig_live_site;?>/mambots/content/webcallback_ce/libs/mootools.js"></script>

On Joomla 1.5

   <script type="text/javascript" src="<?php echo $this->template;?>/plugins/content/webcallback_ce/libs/mootools.js"></script>
Please ensure that your site only uses one instance of MooTools 1.11 with all Components in it. Read more here on how to correctly use MooTools with your site...

Selects if the Plugin shall display some Debug Information.


Set this as the default for a Production System, there is no Debug Information generated.


Prepared for future use. Currently there is no Debug Information built in, same as Off.

On (with PHP errors)

Sets your PHP engine to Display Error messages in case your PHP default settings send all error messages into the servers logfile. This might help to show PHP error messages in some cases where the Page is left blank.