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Joomla/Mambo CMS
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Presented By:
Jorge Garifuna

info@GariDigital.com
Company

LOGO
Agenda

1. Overview
1. Overview
2. Pre-Installation
2. Pre-Installation
3. Installation
3. Installation
4. Post-Installati...
Overview
 Content Management systems (CMS)
offer the promise of:
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
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publishing tools,
user authentication,
modular ...
Overview
 Joomla/Mambo are both



a CMS and
one of the highest profile open source LAMP
projects going, boasting a sub...
Overview
Is Joomla! a fork of Mambo?
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
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

Some call it a fork.
Some call it a spoon.
Some call it an entire table sett...
Overview
How do the versions compare?
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Joomla version 1.0 is derived from Mambo 4.5.2.3 but
includes many additio...
Overview
Will Mambo addons continue to work in
Joomla! ?


Addons (templates, components, modules, mambots
and language p...
Pre-installation
 Requirements
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PHP version >= 4.1.0
MySQL support
Apache Webserver
zlib compression support
XM...
Installation

 Installation takes place in 7
steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Language selection
Pre-installation check
Licen...
Post-Installation

 There are 2 major areas:
Administration Area
 Public Website Area

Post-Installation – Public
Website
Post-Installation –
Administration
http://localhost/joomla1/administrator/
Post-Installation –
Administration
Post-Installation – Administration –
Content Management

 Allows you to add new content
to the site
 Manage Existing Dyn...
Post-Installation – Administration –
Front Page, Sections & Categories
 Manage content in front page

 Manage Sections (...
Post-Installation – Administration –
Media, Menu, User, Configuration

 Manage media such as images
 Manage Menu section...
Post-Installation – Administration –
Templates, Components and Modules

 Extend and customize system
with:




Templat...
Customize Joomla
 Creating new sections


Adding categories to sections
 Adding articles to categories

 Mapping menus...
Resources

Garinet Media Network

•http://www.joomla.org
Education
•http://www.mamboserver.com
Installation Example

Ready to see the real thing?

Education
How to Contact Us

Jorge Garifuna

info@GariDigital.com
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  1. 1. Joomla/Mambo CMS Click to add subtitle Presented By: Jorge Garifuna info@GariDigital.com Company LOGO
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Overview 1. Overview 2. Pre-Installation 2. Pre-Installation 3. Installation 3. Installation 4. Post-Installation 4. Post-Installation 5. Customize Joomla 5. Customize Joomla
  3. 3. Overview  Content Management systems (CMS) offer the promise of:     publishing tools, user authentication, modular structure and support for plugins, among many to build a professional websites
  4. 4. Overview  Joomla/Mambo are both   a CMS and one of the highest profile open source LAMP projects going, boasting a substantial user community and a number of open source awards
  5. 5. Overview Is Joomla! a fork of Mambo?     Some call it a fork. Some call it a spoon. Some call it an entire table setting. Whatever your philisophical persuasion, the facts are that Joomla is a continuation of the work of the Development Team which unanimously resigned from the Mambo project in August 2005.
  6. 6. Overview How do the versions compare?     Joomla version 1.0 is derived from Mambo 4.5.2.3 but includes many additional bug fixes and security patches. Joomla version 1.5 is an extensive refactoring of the API as is Mambo version 4.6 to its codebase. Both applications continue maintain a similar user inferface (look and feel) Joomla 1.5 also includes many new features such as additional authentication models (LDAP, Gmail, etc), xml-rpc client-server support.
  7. 7. Overview Will Mambo addons continue to work in Joomla! ?  Addons (templates, components, modules, mambots and language packs) designed for Mambo 4.5.2 will generally run on Joomla 1.0.  Mambo addons designed for version 4.6 will likely not run on Joomla, nor will extensions designed for Joomla 1.5 run on Mambo.
  8. 8. Pre-installation  Requirements      PHP version >= 4.1.0 MySQL support Apache Webserver zlib compression support XML support
  9. 9. Installation  Installation takes place in 7 steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Language selection Pre-installation check License Database - MySQL database configuration FTP Configuration - Enter the name of your Joomla site Configuration - Confirm the site URL, path, admin e-mail and file/directory chmods Finish - Congratulations! Joomla is installed
  10. 10. Post-Installation  There are 2 major areas: Administration Area  Public Website Area 
  11. 11. Post-Installation – Public Website
  12. 12. Post-Installation – Administration http://localhost/joomla1/administrator/
  13. 13. Post-Installation – Administration
  14. 14. Post-Installation – Administration – Content Management  Allows you to add new content to the site  Manage Existing Dynamic Site Content  Manage Existing Static Site Content
  15. 15. Post-Installation – Administration – Front Page, Sections & Categories  Manage content in front page  Manage Sections (eg: News)  Sections have many categories (eg: Latest News)  Manage Categories (eg: Latest News)  Each category belongs to one section
  16. 16. Post-Installation – Administration – Media, Menu, User, Configuration  Manage media such as images  Manage Menu sections/items  Manage Site Users and roles  Configure system settings
  17. 17. Post-Installation – Administration – Templates, Components and Modules  Extend and customize system with:    Templates Components Modules
  18. 18. Customize Joomla  Creating new sections  Adding categories to sections  Adding articles to categories  Mapping menus to sections  Customize templates    Adding custom code Modifying style sheets Changing logo  Adding modules  Project Management
  19. 19. Resources Garinet Media Network •http://www.joomla.org Education •http://www.mamboserver.com
  20. 20. Installation Example Ready to see the real thing? Education
  21. 21. How to Contact Us Jorge Garifuna info@GariDigital.com
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