The Joomla September Issue

Written by | 01 September 2017 | Published in 2017 September
September is here and we bring you another issue of JCM with news from and to the global Joomla Community. Also, we expect the release of Joomla 3.8 to happen towards the end of the month. Read, comment and share. We thank all our readers for their support.

Jennifer Gress brings the JUG Round Up September 2017 where we get the news on what is going on on Joomla User Groups around the world. Sandra Thevenet shares with us the testimonial of Hugh Douglas-Smith on Joomla! World Conference – What’s in it for me?John Rampton tells us about 8 Steps to Setting Up Joomla That Most People Forget and Jason Nickerson comments on Joomla to attend World Hosting Days USA. Last but not least, Jaz Parkyn helps us on Choosing the Right Extension.

A HUGE thank you to all authors who contributed to this issue.

Also, I kindly ask you to welcome Nicky Veitch from Australia who is contributing as a proof-reader to the magazine. Her work is invaluable!

Enjoy the September Issue!

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Helvecio da Silva

Helvecio da Silva

Graphic and web designer, I use Joomla since 2005. Currently based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I run my own design studio - HLVC Design - as a consultant in web and graphic design, Joomla, Wordpress, Online Social Media and Online Marketing. Passionate about my work and Joomla, I'm always eager to find more and more about the system and share my knowledge with the community. Visit my profile at http://volunteers.joomla.org/joomlers/helvecio-da-silva
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Designer Gráfico e Web, uso Joomla desde 2005. Atualmente baseado no Rio de Janeiro, trabalho em meu próprio estúdio - HLVC Design - onde atuo como designer para web e gráfico, consultor em Joomla, Wordpress, Midias Sociais e Marketing Online. Minha paixão em aprender me leva a sempre conhecer mais a fundo o sistema e a compartilhar o que sei com a comunidade. Visite meu perfil em http://volunteers.joomla.org/joomlers/helvecio-da-silva