How to Joomla!
A localhost is a Web server and associated database that is set up directly on your computer or that may be on a local network either within your home or business environment. You have direct easy access to the machine upon which the software is situated
In Joomla!, submenus can be shown either as one menu with two or more levels or as completely separate menu modules. To show how to do this, we will step through creating a two-level menu and then see how to show it either as one large menu or as separate parent and child menus.
Joomla! 1.5 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.
These are recommended settings for PHP in order to ensure full compatibility with Joomla! Joomla! will still work even if your settings do not match. However, this may affect operation of other extensions of Joomla!
The Joomla! Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 3.0.0. This is the next major release of the Joomla CMS in the Standard Term Support (STS) track. All 3.0 users will need to plan to update to the new versions available in the STS release cycle every six months until version 3.5 is released. These updates are expected to be simple and backwards compatible.
After you upgrade from Joomla! 1.5 to 1.7, the old template of Joomla! 1.5 can not be used anymore and you have to reinstall the template is compatible with the new version of Joomla. But if you want to use your old template with Joomla! 1.7, you can try converting them to be used with Joomla! 1.7
Using the Menu Item Manager you can copy a Menu Item by clicking the Copy toolbar button. When you want to a Menu Item just select it and click the Copy toolbar button and the following screen will be displayed.
There are many static websites on the Internet, you won't be able to tell immediately if it is static, but the chances are, if the site looks basic and is for a smaller company, and simply delivers information without any bells and whistles, it could be a static website. Static websites can only really be updated by someone with a knowledge of website development.
The following is based on Joomla version 1.5.x. If you notice something has changed, let us know so we can update this article. Also, we will only be covering the most important files and folders in this article. If you believe we missed an important one, let us know so we can cover it.