Joomla! Tutorials and More
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.
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.
In Joomla!, the template position is where the module will display on your website. Each template will have the number and different module positions. So you need to know the module positions of your template to publish your modules into place as you desire.
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.
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.
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.