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Joomla Beginners Guide

5 Jul , 2013  

Introduction to Joomla :

Joomla was the result of a fork of Mambo on August 17, 2005. At that time, the Mambo name was a trademark of Miro International Pty Ltd, who formed a non-profit foundation with the stated purpose of funding the project and protecting it from lawsuits.The Joomla development team claimed that many of the provisions of the foundation structure violated previous agreements made by the elected Mambo Steering Committee, lacked the necessary consultation with key stakeholders and included provisions that violated core open source values.

Joomla developers created a website called OpenSourceMatters.org (OSM) to distribute information to the software community. Project leader Andrew Eddie wrote a letter that appeared on the announcements section of the public forum at mamboserver.com. Over one thousand people joined OpenSourceMatters.org within a day, most posting words of encouragement and support. The website received the Slashdot effect as a result. Miro CEO Peter Lamont responded publicly to the development team in an article titled “The Mambo Open Source Controversy — 20 Questions With Miro”.This event created controversy within the free software community about the definition of open source. Forums of other open-source projects were active with postings about the actions of both sides.

About Joomla :

Joomla! is an award-winning content management system (CMS), which enables you to build Web sites and powerful online applications. Many aspects, including its ease-of-use and extensibility, have made Joomla! the most popular Web site software available. Best of all, Joomla is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone.

About “Content Management System (CMS)” :

A content management system is software that keeps track of every piece of content on your Web site, much like your local public library keeps track of books and stores them. Content can be simple text, photos, music, video, documents, or just about anything you can think of. A major advantage of using a CMS is that it requires almost no technical skill or knowledge to manage. Since the CMS manages all your content, you don’t have to.

Usage of Joomla :

  1. Corporate Web sites or portals
  2. Corporate intranets and extranets
  3. Online magazines, newspapers, and publications
  4. E-commerce and online reservations
  5. Government applications
  6. Small business Web sites
  7. Non-profit and organizational Web sites
  8. Community-based portals
  9. School and church Web sites
  10. Personal or family homepages

There is a Guidelines, Installation and Configuration Tips for Joomla Beginners, you can find the details Below :

Joomla Beginners Guide by John Salamon Peter S

John Peter

I’m professional web developer with 6+ years experience. My wide range of knowledge in web development using PHP, jQuery, WordPress, Magento, Symfony, Smarty and Web Scrapping. I am working with strong enthusiastic team (Group of friends) with spirit. So we provide all web development related solutions like HTML/CSS development, Web Graphic design and LOGO.

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