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Joomla Webinar

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Webinar on Joomla features and configuration

Webinar on Joomla features and configuration

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  • 1. Using Joomla for Your Organizational Website
      • Michelle Murrain
      • Nonprofit Open Source Initiative
      • Ryan Ozimek
      • PICnet
  • 2. Open Source CMS
    • Content Management Systems manage website (or intranet) content
    • Open Source Content Management Systems have become one of the real open source success stories
    • The three most popular open source CMS in the nonprofit sector are:
      • Joomla
      • Drupal
      • Plone
  • 3. Joomla!
    • Joomla is an open source CMS based on PHP and MySQL
    • It can be installed and run on any server with Apache, MySQL and PHP (including Linux/UNIX, Windows and Macintosh)
    • It is very easy to install (many web hosts have 'one-click' installation
    • It is considered the most user-friendly of the 'big three' open source CMS projects
    • It has a very active user and developer community
  • 4. Brief History of Joomla
    • Joomla started it's life as Mambo
    • Joomla forked from Mambo in 2005
    • The current version of Joomla is 1.5
  • 5. Joomla! Features and Demos
  • 6. Joomla! Resources
    • http://www.joomla.org - main Joomla! website
    • http://forum.joomla.org - Joomla! user forums (active, lots of help available)
    • http://docs.joomla.org - Joomla! documentation wiki

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