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An introduction to Joomla CMS.

An introduction to Joomla CMS.

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  • 1. Joomla Joomla is a free, open-source content management system (CMS) that powers 2.7% of the entire web. Arslan Farooq
  • 2. What We Will Talk About
    • What is a Content Management System
    • 3. What is Joomla
    • 4. Joomla Benefits
    • 5. Adding content to the front page
    • 6. Formatting content
    • 7. Adding external link
  • 8.
    • Adding an image
    • 9. Deleting content
    • 10. Using Templates (themes)
    • 11. Changing look of site using templates (CSS)
    • 12. Using Modules
    • 13. Conclusion
  • 14. What is a Content Management System
      A content management system, or CMS, is a web application designed to make it easy for non-technical users to add, edit and manage a website. When World Wide Web was born, creating simplest web pages required HTML knowledge. Then came professional editors like Dreamweaver and Frontpage.
  • 15.
      Despite these tools, when a website grows, it becomes harder to manage web pages using these tools. Large media publishers like on line newspaper websites were the first to realize that problem.
    • A CMS automates content management. Features such as forums, image and video galleries, shopping carts can be easily added. The content is stored in database while the site's presentation is separate from the content and resides in visual templates.
  • 16. What is Joomla
      Joomla is not only a free and open source CMS but it also has one of the most easy to use and understand interface of any CMS. Joomla started in 2005 as a fork of Mambo CMS. In its first year, Joomla was downloaded 2.5 million times. Between March 2007 and February 2011, there had been more than 21 million Joomla downloads.
  • 17. Joomla Benefits
    • Joomla is Free
    • 18. Written in PHP, a free and open source programming language
    • 19. Stores data in MySQL
    • 20. Supports multilingual internationalization
    • 21. More than 7000 commercial and free extensions / plugins
    • 22. Very easy to use and nice user interface
  • 23.
    • Administration is web based
    • 24. Multiple WYSIWYG editors
    • 25. RSS feeds support
    • 26. You can set up a Joomla site in 15 minutes
  • 27. Hands On Exercise Using Joomla
  • 28. Adding content to the front page
    • Go to admin area
    • 29. Click 'Add New Article'
    • 30. Give article name, alias, status published, 'Featured' set to 'Yes'.
    • 31. Click 'Save & Close'.
    • 32. Refresh
  • 33. Formatting content
    • Go to admin area
    • 34. Click an article name or tick an article check-box and click 'Edit' button.
    • 35. Add bullets, bold, italic, heading style etc.
    • 36. 'Save & Close'
    • 37. Refresh page.
  • 38. Adding external link
    • Go to admin area
    • 39. Click an article name or tick an article check-box and click 'Edit' button.
    • 40. Select word(s) and click the chain button in toolbar of editor
    • 41. Enter Google's address
    • 42. Click 'Insert'
    • 43. 'Save & Close' and Refresh
  • 44. Adding an image
    • Go to admin area
    • 45. Click an article name or tick an article check-box and click 'Edit' button.
    • 46. Click 'Image' button at bottom of the editor
    • 47. Choose any pre-installed image from media manager and set options (alignment, border, dimensions etc)
  • 48. Deleting content
    • Go to admin area
    • 49. Click an article name or tick an article check-box and click 'Edit' button.
    • 50. Delete some paragraphs, 'Save & Close' and refresh page.
    • 51. OR
    • 52. Delete and article by selecting an article by its check-box and clicking 'Trash' button.
  • 53. Using Templates (themes)
    • Go to admin area
    • 54. Click 'Template Manager'
    • 55. Tick a template's check-box
    • 56. Click 'Make Default' button
    • 57. Refresh
    • 58. Difference between Templates and Template Style (in Joomla 1.6)
  • 59. Changing look of site using CSS
    • Go to admin area
    • 60. Click 'Template Manager'
    • 61. Click 'Templates'
    • 62. Click current template
    • 63. Click on current 'Style' to edit its CSS
    • 64. Change background color of website from light gray to dark gray
  • 65. Using Modules
    • Go to admin area
    • 66. Click Module Manager
    • 67. Familiarize with the interface
    • 68. Disable some modules and refresh front-end
    • 69. Create a custom HTML module and show on sidebar
  • 70. References http://www.joomla.org/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joomla Beginning Joomla! (2 nd Edition, Apress)
  • 71. Thank You [email_address]

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