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Rated 4 stars based on 24 votes Overview Joomla Template frameworks for developers Joomla templates satisfy many Joomla! beginners with designs available to create websites quickly. However, Joomla developers prefer Joomla template frameworks. They love the challenge of customization work, to get worthwhile results – their unique websites. There are just a few template frameworks in the Joomla market. In this article, I will introduce you to 9 of the most popular Joomla template frameworks with the hope that you will get a general view about them easily. Let’s start with … What is a Joomla template framework? It is a base skeleton template to build Joomla templates with. It means a clean, blank HTML/CSS skeleton with no colors, no gradients, no borders; just dimensions, margins, menu system styling and so on. Yes, all possible elements to express your coding knowledge and design talent. Now, you can explore available Joomla template frameworks.
Before and after use JSN Template Sample Data Working in the web development field for a long time, we often hear about how complex it is to configure a Joomla website. It takes a lot of time to achieve a result like the one presented on the demo site. The process becomes easier when you have some experience. This inspired us to develop a unique JSM Sample Data function, which automates the whole process of making your newly-installed template look exactly like the one on the demo site. You are not required to have any advanced knowledge about Joomla CMS to use this function. It should be easy to use. Before starting to work on this feature, we put the users’ priorities first: understanding their needs and behavior. We put the best practices in usability for developing an intuitive user workflow. Thus, even the a Joomla user with basic knowledge about Joomla! is capable of using the function without any manual configuration. In general, files/packages are uploaded using an FTP client - additional, software which requires extra time and money. We simplified this process through a simple upload form built – in templates. The configuration process happens only in Joomla administration control panel.
I have bumped into many problems while getting acquainted with Joomla so I have collected these 10 most popular Joomla FAQs with the hope that you - Joomla newbies - will learn it faster and easier. Here they are: 1. What is the difference between a template and an extension? 2. Should I use Joomla 1.5/1.7 to build my website? 3. If I switch to use another Joomla template, will the current information be lost? 4. How to edit Joomla templates? 5. How to place an internal link into an article? 6. How to remove article directories? 7. How to get videos to play on my Joomla website? 8. How to remove or change the "Welcome to the FrontPage" title? 9. Where to get Joomla templates and Joomla extensions? 10. Which books do I need to learn more about Joomla? If you are interested in them, let's get more details:
Rated 4 stars based on 32 votes If you use Joomla to build websites, the question “Which Joomla extensions should all websites not be without?” must come to mind, at least once. That is the reason why there are plenty of articles with the key phrase “Must-have Joomla extensions” on the Internet. Each article has its own list of essential extensions based on the author’s experience and here you are going to see another list that helps you build solid websites.
Last time, we introduced you to Joomla Extension Directories (JED); and in this second part, you are going to find out how to locate a specific Joomla extension on JED Search System. JED Search is a good tool for you use to look for Joomla extensions. We recommend you use the Advanced Search for better results.
Since the birth of the first version of Joomla CMS, the permission system has had serious limitations for Joomla! Users. The permission system is implemented by the access control list (ACL). With a new Joomla 1.7 ACL you are able to define who has permission to do what on the website, to login, access, create, edit or delete the content. With the release of Joomla 1.7 the ACL is much more sophisticated. In this article I'll give you a detailed explanation what the ACL is and how it can help you in customization of User Groups. For a better understanding of the great value of the ACL in this article you will see a comparison between Joomla 1.5 and Joomla 1.7. An understanding of the ACL includes 3 important concepts: User Groups, Access Level and Permission. Let's take a closer look at the purpose and functionality of each of these.
“What is Joomla?” , “Learning Joomla, is it hard?”, “Mastering Joomla, how long does it take?” – They seem to be FAQs of all Joomla users, at whatever stage – Beginners, beginner plus or advanced users. How do you get them answered?
You might not know about Joomla! Days although you have used the CMS for long time. It is a pity if you miss such a cool event of the Joomla! world. This article will give you information about Joomla! Days in 2011. Probably you will join the events this year and see something different. First of all, you'd better know what Joomla! Day is, so...