Joomla! 1.5: A User’s Guide

Have you ever thought of creating a website without having to type any codes? If so, Joomla is one of the options you should try. Joomla is an open source Content Management System which enables you to develop dynamic websites with amazing speed.

In this book, you will learn how to set up a Joomla website in just few clicks. After having the running Joomla website, you will learn how to do basic management of the web by visiting the Backend of Joomla.

In Joomla, content is separated from the design thus making it flexible for users to change the content as well as the design without affecting one another.  Besides such flexibility, your Joomla website could be extended even more with plugins, modules and components that you can download for free. All the necessary skills to install extensions are covered in this book also.  There are also real life examples of setting up a Joomla website for the  School Site,Restaurant Site and Blog.

This book is not only for Joomla beginners; in further chapters you will find out how to create your own template for Joomla instead you are not satisfied with the current template.

“Joomla! 1.5: A User’s Guide” is suitable for everyone, from students in SIT to students in SAS or SEG since it does not require high technical knowledge in IT. Students who like blogging could also make use of this book to start their blog immediately. Overall, “Joomla! 1.5: A User’s Guide” is a must-read-book if you are thinking of creating your own website.

 

Call Number: TK 5105.8885.J66 NOR 2009

Location: North

Writer: Ngo Minh Nam

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