Issues by Year
It happened in the days of the last weekend of October 2011. People had journeyed from around the globe and throughout the country to attend this recurring yearly event. The event would by many locals be thought of as the one weekend a year that could even measure up with Christmas itself – and this year the expected attendance numbers would climb over 200, although it was only the 2nd time the event was actually held (and thus the event became recurring).
In November I asked the question on the Joomla! Google Plus group, “If Joomla! had a mascot, what animal or thing would it be?”
This article explains how to use Access Control Levels to configure users access on a site in Offline Mode.
You can build nice websites with Joomla - The leading open source Content Management System. But definitely that is not all. You can also contribute to Joomla Social Groups or make friends with active Joomla users on Social Media Sites such as Facebook or Twitter. Here, being helpful and sharing ideas, you might find more fun than you expected before.
Let's see where we can keep connected with this friendly community.
A few days ago Joomla! platform version 11.3 was released. More and more people are wondering what Joomla! platform is about. The following article is a chapter of the upcoming Joomla! Development Beginner's Guide which will be released as a free pdf as soon as possible. The term Joomla! platform is quite new. It was introduced with the release of Joomla! 1.6 in January 2011.
Here is an easy and fun way for you to share your feelings about Joomla! with the rest of the community: Simply write a haiku about Joomla! below in the comments area of this month's page. Be sure to check back here to read the haikus submitted by other members of the community. We will have a page for new haikus in every upcoming JCM issue.
Spanish speakers, like myself, like to give our opinion and be heard in our own language. We don't let culture or political division prevent us from supporting each other. We seem to quickly accept and embrace individuals into our circle of friends, treating them like a brother or sister almost instantly.