Joomla! Tutorials and More
After installation, Joomla starts out with one Super Administrator. To add or edit users, you must be at least a manager. To create admins, you must be a Super Admin. For a small organization with one web master, much of this may be unnecessary.
A user is a person (or group of persons) who has authenticated itself by providing the registration data you requested. Normally, you create user accounts in order to grant access to exclusive parts of your site or allow your visitors to post their content.
A database is a way to store lots of information. You might want to store the names and addresses of all your contacts, or maybe customer information. One of the easiest way to delete a database is through phpMyAdmin, which is available on most hosts that offer MySQL databases.
Using the Menu Item Manager you can delete a Menu Item by clicking the Trash toolbar button. When you want to delete a Menu Item just select it and click the Trash toolbar button and the following screen will be displayed.
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.
After you upgrade from Joomla! 1.5 to 1.7, the old plugin of Joomla! 1.5 can not be used anymore and you have to reinstall the plugin is compatible with the new version of Joomla. But if you can not find the plugin compatible with Joomla! 1.7, in this case, you can try converting them to be used with Joomla! 1.7