Joomla! Tutorials and More
By default, the Joomla! template available module positions. However, in some cases you want to add some other module positions. In this tutorial we will create a module position located just below the main text of the site.
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.
This template has been modified from beez_20 template. We have added the module position to display dropdown menu, top banner, related articles,... and fix some bugs. You can install this template in the template manager or installing new joomla! website by using our quickstart package.
When you saved a Menu Item, this will save the new item and place it as the last element (or sub-element, in case of sub-menu items) in the menu. You can use the green arrows in the Order column to change the item position within the menu.
Joomla! CMS has recently released an update to it's heavy-weight CMS, and there is much debate as to which platform is the safest to develop with. For the last few years Joomla 1.5 has been a solid option, with loads of third-party plugins, components and modules to get Joomla to work beyond it's standard capabilities.
When Joomla! is first installed several templates are automatically included. Templates are managed with the Template Manager, which is located on the Extensions menu in the back-end (administrator) area of your site.
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.