The Joomla! 3 Beginner's Guide is out!
Joomla 3 makes it fun to create professional and good-looking websites. Anyone can master Joomla - and this book teaches you how. Step by step, the Joomla! 3 Beginner's Guide helps you getting started, understanding the CMS fast and getting the most out of it.
Using tags in Joomla 3.1
Joomla 3.1 introduces a great new feature: adding tags to articles and other content. What are tags and how can you use them in your site? Read all about tags in Joomla 3.
Creating a multilingual site in Joomla 3
An advantage of Joomla 3 is that is makes it easy to create a multilingual website. In this step-by-step tutorial, you'll learn how to create a bilingual site
How to automatically resize article images in Joomla 2.5
Before you can add an image to an article in Joomla, you have to make sure its dimensions fit the web page layout. Usually this means you’ll have to scale down images to an exact size. However, there’s an easier way: using the ImageSizer plugin any image can be resized automatically according to your specifications.
Add Google Analytics code to your Joomla website
If you want to keep track of your site’s popularity, you’ll probably want to use Google Analytics. It’s a great, free tool. To set up Analytics on your site, you need to add a code to your site’s pages. Of course, in Joomla there’s no need to do that manually – there’s a plugin for that! Let’s find out how to add Google Analytics to your Joomla-powered website.
WHO EMRO: an amazing Joomla!-powered website
Here’s an amazing example of what you can achieve with Joomla: the website of the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean.
How to create a mega drop-down menu in Joomla 2.5
Joomla! 2.5 Beginner's Guide
Joomla makes it fun to create professional and good-looking websites. Anyone can master Joomla - and this book teaches you how. Step by step, the Joomla! 2.5 Beginner's Guide helps you getting started, understanding the CMS fast and getting the most out of it.
Upgrading Joomla 1.5 to 2.5
You have a website, built with the Joomla! 1.5 content management system. How should you go about if you want to upgrade your existing website to Joomla 2.5?