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Welcome to the Frontpage
Please Note this is just a test website. PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 December 2012 21:26
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Support and Documentation PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 09 August 2008 08:33

Support

Support for the Joomla! CMS can be found on several places. The best place to start would be the Joomla! Official Documentation Wiki. Here you can help yourself to the information that is regularly published and updated as Joomla! develops. There is much more to come too!

Of course you should not forget the Help System of the CMS itself. On the topmenu in the Back-end Control panel you find the Help button which will provide you with lots of explanation on features.

Another great place would of course be the Forum . On the Joomla! Forum you can find help and support from Community members as well as from Joomla! Core members and Working Group members. The forum contains a lot of information, FAQ's, just about anything you are looking for in terms of support.

Two other resources for Support are the Joomla! Developer Site and the Joomla! Extensions Directory (JED). The Joomla! Developer Site provides lots of technical information for the experienced Developer as well as those new to Joomla! and development work in general. The JED whilst not a support site in the strictest sense has many of the Extensions that you will need as you develop your own Web site.

The Joomla! Developers and Bug Squad members are regularly posting their blog reports about several topics such as programming techniques and security issues.

Documentation

Joomla! Documentation can of course be found on the Joomla! Official Documentation Wiki. You can find information for beginners, installation, upgrade, Frequently Asked Questions, developer topics, and a lot more. The Documentation Team helps oversee the wiki but you are invited to contribute content, as well.

There are also books written about Joomla! You can find a listing of these books in the Joomla! Shop.

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Human Calendar PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 02 May 2009 00:00
Sometimes the internet produces something that surprising but at the same time predictable, such is the Human Calendar.  Made over a two year period with pictures of friends and family by Craig Giffen of Portland, Oregon, the human calendar is exactly what it sounds like, pictures of people holding signs with the month, days of the week and dates to make up the calendar.  If you’re wondering why the people look like they are posing for the frame shots in the TV series The Brady Bunch" it’s because it was that famous opening video that inspired the human calendar.

For more information see The Human Calendar


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Platforms and Open Standards PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 11 August 2008 04:22

Joomla! runs on any platform including Windows, most flavours of Linux, several Unix versions, and the Apple OS/X platform. Joomla! depends on PHP and the MySQL database to deliver dynamic content.

The minimum requirements are:

  • Apache 1.x, 2.x and higher
  • PHP 4.3 and higher
  • MySQL 3.23 and higher
It will also run on alternative server platforms such as Windows IIS - provided they support PHP and MySQL - but these require additional configuration in order for the Joomla! core package to be successful installed and operated.
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Example Pages and Menu Links PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 12 August 2008 09:26

This page is an example of content that is Uncategorized; that is, it does not belong to any Section or Category. You will see there is a new Menu in the left column. It shows links to the same content presented in 4 different page layouts.

  • Section Blog
  • Section Table
  • Blog Category
  • Category Table

Follow the links in the Example Pages Menu to see some of the options available to you to present all the different types of content included within the default installation of Joomla!.

This includes Components and individual Articles. These links or Menu Item Types (to give them their proper name) are all controlled from within the Menu Manager->[menuname]->Menu Items Manager.

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