Building Websites with Joomla! 1.5: The Best-selling Joomla! Tutorial Guide Updated for the Final Release
This book takes a practical step-by-step approach of teaching the installation and configuration of Joomla! 1.5, customizing it, creating your templates and extensions, and finally, building your own website.
Joomla! started as a fork from Mambo in 2005, when many of the original developers of the Mambo CMS moved to working on Joomla! It has rapidly grown in popularity and, according to its own description, is a "Cutting Edge Content Management System and one of the most powerful Open Source Content Management systems in the world. It is used world-wide for anything from simple homepages to complicated corporate websites. It is easy to install, easy to manage and very reliable."
While the Joomla! CMS has the flexibility and power needed for complex, full-featured web applications, it is also simple to use to create basic websites. Its powerful, extensible template system can deal many different data types and control of user access, approval of content, scheduling of content display, and rich administrative controls are all included.
This book takes the reader through the tasks essential to create a Joomla! website as rapidly as possible. The necessary tasks are explained with clear step-by-step instructions. The author’s chatty and engaging style makes this book very readable.
Who this book is written for
This book is suitable for web developers, designers, webmasters, content editors, and marketing professionals who want to develop a website in a simple and straightforward process. It does not require any detailed knowledge of programming or web development, and any IT-confident individual will be able to use the book to produce an impressive website.
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Terms Concepts and Deliberations
Changes In Detail
Google Summer of Code Projects
Joomla Installation on a Virtual Server on the Net
A Tour of Your New Website
Customizing JoomlaLanguage and Templates
News Feeds 1 60
llllore on Extensions
Writing Your Own Joomlal Templates
Barrier Freedom and Joomlal
Joomlal Internal Accessibility Features
Conﬁguration of Joomlal Administration
The Menus Menu
Your Own Components Modules and Plugins
A Website with Joomla