Joomla! Tutorials and More
This template has been designed for Joomla! 1.5 and VirtueMart 1.1.x with online shopping cart and discounted products functionality. This template is nice, simple, lightweight and suitable for the sites that sell discounted products.
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
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.
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.
Articles in Joomla! are organized into Sections and Categories. Categories are the second level of organization underneath Sections. Every Section contains one or more Categories. The special Section Uncategorized has a special Category also called Uncategorized. These are built into Joomla!
To allow Registered Users submit an article/news on the Joomla! Front Page, we must create a menu item with function submit article/news on the Front Page. This Menu Item is shown only after users have logged. If you install the sample data, this Menu Item is already available in User Menu.
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.
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 create a database is through phpMyAdmin, which is available on most hosts that offer MySQL databases.