Beginning Joomla!: From Novice to Professional

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Apress, Jul 23, 2007 - Computers - 475 pages
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Do you want the ability to manage documents, photos, and other content over the Web, but don't want to shell out thousands of dollars in proprietary solutions? Want to create an online community for your hobby or user group? You're not alone. For thousands of like-minded users around the globe, the answer is Joomla!, an open-source content management system used to manage all sorts of data over the Web.

While Joomla! is relatively easy to install, a fair amount of knowledge is required in order to configure the application to your specific needs. Beginning Joomla! answers many of the questions you're sure to have, guiding you through the process of creating your own design templates, adding and managing content, and adding popular community features such as article commenting, user profile management, and forums. Later chapters discuss e-commerce integration, explore search engine optimization, and show you how to extend Joomla! by creating your own plug-ins.

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User Review  - hooeezit - LibraryThing

Information is a lot more structured than the Joomla/Mambo book by Graf. This book is primarily for Joomla 1.5, but has some information on Joomla 1.0 where the technique used in the older software is different. Read full review

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User Review  - Kevin - Goodreads

it is a good book Read full review

About the author (2007)

Dan Rahmel is a Windows programmer with more than 14 years of experience designing and implementing information systems and deploying mid-sized client/server solutions using Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Microsoft Access, and Visual FoxPro. He has written over a dozen books, including Nuts-and-Bolts Filmmaking, Visual Basic Programmer's Reference (first, second, and third editions), Building Web Database Applications with Visual Studio, Teach Yourself Database Programming in 24 Hours, Developing Client-Server Applications with Visual Basic, and many more. His books have been translated into various languages including Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. He is a contributor to DBMS, Internet Advisor, and American Programmer magazines.