Since version 1.6 Joomla! offers a language manager and a switcher built in, now you can create a site in different languages without external components like was before.
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Sitemap is a list of subpages on a Joomla or WordPress website that is accessible to all users.
By default, the Login link (button) is visible at the top of every page of several templates or themes like GK News2, Music State or CloudHost. If you don’t want the Login link to be displayed, you can easily disable/hide it using two alternative methods. Recommended method to disable LOG IN link in Joomla In… Continue reading →
If you’re building websites for clients you’ll probably also want to customize the back-end of the Joomla administration panel. In most cases you could just change a few lines of styles in the Bluestork or Isis template – but this solution has one general drawback; after Joomla updates you can lose everything you’ve previously made.… Continue reading →
If you are web-design beginner or you only need to add images into your articles then this guide will help you to organize the appearance of photos in your posts. For aesthetic purposes, you will generally need some space between the images and the surrounding text, and align the image to the left or right.… Continue reading →
Errors; the bane of any computer user’s life. One of the constant issues of increasingly complex online technology is that though new functionalities and features improve the overall site experience, it opens up more areas for things to go wrong! Thankfully, frustrating though the “Error 508. Resource Limit is Reached” error message is, it’s not… Continue reading →
An attribute in VirtueMart is defined as any property of a product, for example size, color, resolution etc. Probably you don’t want to add as many product pages as you have products – it would be easer to create to create only few but with attributes which can be selected by user. A very quick… Continue reading →
Joomla! is the second most popular CMS software on the planet, after WordPress. A full-featured content management system (CMS) that includes all the tools and features you need to publish a complete website on your own, without a whole lot of technical expertise or understanding. Joomla! is web software that allows you to create and… Continue reading →
Joomla! is a Content Management System based on PHP 5.3+ and MySQL or PostgreSQL database. If you want to test Joomla! and you haven’t purchased a domain and server yet, you can install Joomla! on your own computer (without your site appearing on the Internet), using the standalone server environment, for example: JAMP, JOOMLAS2GO! (J2G)… Continue reading →
If there’s one thing that Joomla excels at when compared to WordPress, it’s in how incredibly flexible it is, with multiple ways to apply your own customization to each element of a page. By adding a CSS suffix to a module, you can individually style each module separately from the others for an eclectic, vibrant… Continue reading →
First tab visible in template settings is ‘Basic Settings‘ and it is responsible for layout configuration on administrative panel side.
Sometimes the standard characters and numbers are just not enough. Especially if you need to add (C) copyright, (R) registered or (TM) trademark (also called trade mark) logo to Joomla title when your clients have a registered or trademarked company name. Adding this symbols in content is pretty simple but inside Joomla titles is not… Continue reading →