How to Joomla!
Super Admin is a user with the highest powers in the management of the site. In some situations, you can not login with Super Admin acount. For example, your site may have been "hacked" and had the passwords or users changed. Or perhaps the person who knew the passwords is no longer available. Or maybe you have forgotten the password that was used.
Sometimes after installing the extension for joomla, you receive a HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error) on your site. The best way to find the reason for it is to check the error reporting, you will see a list of the error messages generated by your website.
This is where you create new Modules or edit existing Modules. This screen has two links in the upper left: Site and Administrator. The Site link is selected by default. The Site link allows you to work with Modules that will be visible on your web site's Front-end. This is where you will place most of your Modules.
To make your website available to the public, you need a web server to essentially host or house your website. Web hosting is a service where a web hosting provider grants you space on a web server that houses your website and makes it available for viewing on the web.
In Joomla!, you can easily change your administrator's password from the User Manger in Joomla Admin area (Back-end) or from the User Profile on the Front Page (Front-end). This tutorial will show you how to change Joomla! Admin password.
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.
Want to learn the ABC's of website creation? Congrats! You just stumble upon one of the few tutorial sites that encourage you to get the facts before you create a website. Too many people rush into the creation process and make costly mistakes.
.htaccess is a configuration file for use on web servers running the Apache Web Server software. The .htaccess files can be used to alter the configuration of the Apache Web Server software to Enable/Disable additional functionality and features that the Apache Web Server software has to offer.
Using the Menu Manager you can delete a menu by clicking the Delete toolbar button. When you want to delete a menu just select it and click the delete toolbar button and the following screen will be displayed.
Upgrading a live website is not something to be undertaken lightly so please read the Upgrade Instructions carefully. The instructions may appear complicated because there are many different configurations that need to be considered, but we have tried to write them so that you need only select a single path from the many available depending on your particular circumstances.