Written by
Goodbye and hello. When things come to an end, like a season, saying goodbye and welcoming the new is what we do. We say it at events and we have to say it in the project from time to time. It doesn’t always have to be sad to say goodbye and most of the time it is followed by a hello to the new.
Sep 2013
Written by
Trop souvent, nous sommes attaqués par des scripts malveillants qui tentent de pénétrer notre site Joomla! afin d'injecter du spam dans les commentaires du site, les forums, pages d'or, ... et, bien sûr, pour générer des utilisateurs fantômes qui, s'ils sont automatiquement approuvés, disposeront alors d'un niveau "utilisateur enregistré" qui leur permettra probablement de poster des données et donc, du spam. Il y a quelques techniques efficaces à mettre en place sur son site Joomla! afin de diminuer cette menace. Deux techniques concernent le fichier .htaccess et l'autre, la gestion des utilisateurs.    
Sep 2013
Written by
Summer is almost over and while it has been relaxing, it is time to pick up the pace and get back to reality! 
Aug 2013
Written by
JoomlaDay Houston is getting suited up and ready for a fantastic flight on October 19th!
Sep 2013
Written by
Those of you who read joomla.org in English, have known for a few months now that there is a new initiative in place to create a Joomla certification program. This is a project in which the presence of Joomla! community members who speak Spanish is very important. It's a project being worked on by people from more than a dozen countries and several continents. It is born from the fusion of so many different experiences and marks a milestone in the creation of a quality CMS certification program for Joomla.
Sep 2013
Written by
Being a part of the community I sometimes wonder how I started 6-7 years ago with Joomla!... We didn't have Facebook or Twitter, where we could ask for support or help with extensions. These days I wonder if newbies (sorry for the terminology) know how to search in the JED. Search in the WHAT...?  
Sep 2013
This article summarizes the first hour of my introductory course to Joomla. It's a bit "thick" as it’s about system architecture concepts for which the user does not normally have professional knowledge. So try to go slowly, be patient and don’t get discouraged. Draw the examples in the text, copy the pictures and you will see that in the end you had fun.
Sep 2013
Written by
Registration is now open for CiviCon London 2013. The two day, annual CiviCRM user and implementer conference is Europe's biggest Civi meetup. CiviCRM is an open source CRM aimed at non profits with out of the box integration with Joomla! Whether you're already using or considering using CiviCRM, the conference will be packed with the essential presentations, workshops and people that will help your organization get the most from CiviCRM.
Sep 2013
Written by
  Est-ce déjà l'heure ? … Je suppose que c'est la même chose pour les personnes qui écrivent des documentations sur leurs extensions. La plupart d'entre nous, en temps qu'utilisateurs, regardent simplement la démo, la description courte, puis nous téléchargeons et installons...Mais laissez-moi vous donner quelques raisons pour lesquelles nous devons consulter la documentation.  
Sep 2013
Written by
At the request of many of our foreign users, we found a unique way to translate our Joomla developer tool.
Sep 2013
  • 1
  • 2
Page 1 of 2