Web Design Using Joomla 4

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Web Design Using Joomla 4

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Joomla is an open-source Content Management System (CMS) launched in 2005. About ten years ago, the software was in the race for the title of most popular CMS in the world. Back then, there wasn’t much separating Joomla and WordPress – the current market leader.

Nevertheless, Joomla’s flexibility and advanced user management features still power quite a few famous websites, including the pages of Roger Federer, Nintendo, and ITWire. Today, we’ll show you how you can start your own website with the versatile CMS.

  • Getting Familiar with the Joomla Basics

    Like any other CMS, websites created with Joomla are controlled through a backend interface.

    In Joomla’s case, it’s called a Control Panel, and you can find it on https://yourdomain.com/administrator by default. The first things you’ll see once logged are new message notifications, a log of the recent user actions, as well as left-side menus with shortcuts to essential areas in the backend.

Selecting your Template

Joomla templates are the equivalent of WordPress themes in many ways. They represent the front end of your website and determines how everything looks.

The Templates menu in Joomla is available from both the backend sidebar and under the Extensions category in the top ribbon. It has two submenus – Styles and Templates.

What is Joomla?

A: Joomla is a completely free and open-source platform. You can download a copy from its official website at https://www.joomla.org/ and install it manually, or use an automatic installer if your hosting plan offers one.

Q: Do I need to be a programmer to create a Joomla website?

A: The whole point of using a CMS is you can create and manage a website from a simple web interface. Joomla is an intuitive solution that allows you to create your very own website without writing a single line of code. It might not be the easiest to get the hang on but you can master it even without being a programmer.

Q: What kinds of websites can I create with Joomla?

A: Joomla can power a wide range of projects. You can use it to create anything from a personal blog to a complex portal for large corporations. The extra features provided by additional extensions and plugins can further add to its versatility.

Starting Course

1
Nvidia New Technologies Slides
2
Quiz: Mobile / Native Apps
5 questions

After Intro

1
Realistic Graphic on UE4
2
Volta GPU for optimization.
3
Deep Learning
Faq Content 1
Faq Content 2

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