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  1. Category Item Count: To a Generic Solutionhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/july-2015/category-item-count-to-a-generic-solution

    Last month I described how a new feature was developed to count the number of articles in each category. At the end of the 2nd day of JoomlaDay France 2015, the feature was working… that is, it counted all articles (for com_content) in the Category...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Peter Martin
    • Category: July
    • Language: en-GB
  2. Seasons of Coding and Documentation, our own program of excellence - The Joomla Academyhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/november/seasons-of-coding-and-documentation-joomla-academy

    Joomla has been fortunate to benefit from the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) and other events over the past few years. Often, from these projects Joomla's core features are improved, and the members of the teams that work on these features go on to...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Philip Walton
    • Category: November
    • Language: en-GB
  3. Joomla! 1.7 Highlight - Batch Processinghttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/july-2011/joomla-1-7-highlight-batch-processing

    Elin Waring recently blogged on the Joomla! Community Portal about some of the features coming with Joomla! 1.7, appropriately titled Peeking at 1.7. Aside from the separation of the framework and CMS, I think (and I may be a bit biased) one of the...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: July
    • Language: en-GB
  4. 10 Joomla! Prejudiceshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/april-2012/10-joomla-prejudices

    The German Screenguide Magazine asked me to respond to 10 Joomla! prejudices. Here my answers: 1. Joomla! Is only for private sites: If the statement was 'Joomla! is also for private sites', then I would agree wholeheartedly. In its basic functions,...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Angie Radtke
    • Category: April
    • Language: en-GB
  5. Review: Component Creator for Joomla!https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2014/component-creator-for-joomla

    This is about a tool which has gained a lot of attention in the Joomla community over the last few months. Component Creator is a tool that generates fully functional, ready to install, custom Joomla components in minutes. It takes all the tedious work...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Carlos Rodriguez
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  6. Explore the Core! Put blocks on your website with moduleshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/april-2021/explore-the-core-put-blocks-on-your-website-with-modules

    In the last two issues of the Joomla Magazine, we wrote about organizing content with articles and categories and creating menu items. Now it is time to spice up your website! In Joomla, the go-to way to do this is by using modules: all kinds of blocks...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Viviana Menzel
    • Category: April
    • Language: en-GB
  7. The JCM Team is looking for you!https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/february-2022/the-jcm-team-is-looking-for-you

    and letting them tell the story instead. For instance for one of our series: Meet a Joomler, Meet the Team or Getting Extensions Ready for Joomla 4. For these series we even have super handy templates with questions, ready to use! How does writing for...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: February
    • Language: en-GB
  8. Blackbelt Forum Design with Ninjaboardhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2010/blackbelt-forum-design-with-ninjaboard

    This month we interview Stian Didriksen, lead developer of Ninjaboard, the latest Joomla! forum component from Ninjaforge. Ninjaboard is of particular interest here in the Designer's Studio as it has been constructed with design and Joomla! templates...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anthony Olsen
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  9. Customising Joomla! Help!!https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2012/customising-joomla-help

    When a website development project is ready to be delivered, the clients usually demand a customised built-in help system so that they know how to navigate through the loads of menu items and web pages in order to maintain and manage the content/site...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Ilagnayeru MIG Manickam
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  10. Joomla from Permissions to the FTP Layerhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2013/joomla-from-permissions-to-the-ftp-layer

    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...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Pedro F. Vidal Lopez
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  11. Scheduled Taskshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/november/scheduled-tasks

    Since version 4.1 (and so also in 5.x series) Joomla introduced a very interesting new feature called "Scheduled Tasks". Even though it has been present for more than two years, everytime I exchange with other Joomlers I realize that the majority has...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Marc Dechèvre
    • Category: November
    • Language: en-GB
  12. Site Builders can Build Custom Joomla Componentshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2011/site-builders-can-build-custom-joomla-components

    If you are a professional site builder, but not a professional developer, then you have likely wished you could quickly build custom Joomla! extensions that would allow you to collect exactly the data needed, presented in the precise manner, as...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  13. Joomla! 3.0 Extension Development Series: Admin Configuration and Code Cleanuphttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/may-2013/extension-development-from-start-to-finish-admin-configuration-and-code-cleanup

    Hi! And welcome to the final code portion of our development series. If you have followed this series from start to finish you have now walked through the code development for creating a native Joomla! 3.x series extension. It’s been a long process but...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: David Hurley
    • Category: May
    • Language: en-GB
  14. 18 ways to give back to Joomlahttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august/18-ways-to-give-back-to-joomla

    Born 18 years ago, Joomla is an open-source project supported solely by volunteers. Here are 18 ways to help Joomla if you want to support this project. Joomla! is the only major CMS that is built entirely by volunteers from all over the world. From...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Daniel Dubois
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  15. How the Speed of Your Website Can Impact Your Saleshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2020/how-the-speed-of-your-website-can-impact-your-sales

    It may not seem like website speed would be the deciding factor for an online purchase, but it impacts your sales more than you realize. If technology has taught us anything as a society it’s that we can enjoy the convenience of instant answers and...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: John Rampton
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  16. Your Guide to the Joomla Yearhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2024/your-guide-to-the-joomla-year

    Every year, I promise myself I will see more national events, then promptly forget to book them. I think I’m not the only one. So, for all of us: here is your guide to what is happening in Joomla and how you can become more active. There are many...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Philip Walton
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  17. 20 New Things: Joomla 2.5 vs. Joomla 3.0https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/november-2012/20-new-things-joomla25-vs-joomla30

    Joomla has recently released the Joomla 3.0.0 version on September 27th, 2012 with significant updates and major developments. Following right up with the immediate upgrade version Joomla 3.0.1 for security fix on October 9th, Joomla 3.0 is indeed the...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: November
    • Language: en-GB
  18. JoomlaDay Comes To Denver October 1st 2016https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2016/joomladay-comes-to-denver-october-1st-2016

    The first JoomlaDay Denver is October 1st 2016, featuring a remarkable mix of speakers, workshops and Joomla! resources. Our program covers everything from website design & development, UX, internet marketing and of course Joomla! We hope you can join...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Cliff Pfeifer
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  19. 10-Minute Joomla SEO & Conversion Makeoverhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2014/10-minute-joomla-seo-conversion-makeover

    There's a few objectives that pretty much all websites have in common and one way or another they all depend on SEO. Joomla! can be your friend, with out of the box SEO and functionality enabling you to attract your target market, convert visitors and...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  20. Turning the Joomla website into an ActivityPub server and being an independent participant in the Fediverse - A starthttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/february-2023/turning-the-joomla-website-into-an-activitypub-server

    This article has two parts. In the first part, I summarise what the terms Fediverse and ActivityPub mean. In the second part, I briefly describe what I have implemented to make a Joomla website support the ActivityPub protocol and allow a Mastodon user...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: astrid
    • Category: February
    • Language: en-GB
  21. Volunteer to Learnhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december-2017/volunteer-to-learn

    Help a non-profit while helping yourself! Broaden your CMS horizons and give back to the community at the same time. I’ll share how I learned the Joomla! CMS and how I continue to expand my capabilities. Just getting started with Joomla? Read on. The...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Jim Gregory
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  22. Thank you Harald Leithner!https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/february-2021/thank-you-harald-leithner

    Joomla exists thanks to the dedication of its volunteers. In this article we would like to express our gratitude and respect to Harald Leithner who served for long time as Release Leader for the Joomla 3.9.x series. Harald has served the project in...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Luca Marzo
    • Category: February
    • Language: en-GB
  23. Custom Fields - Episode 4: a step by step tutorialhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/april-2020/custom-fields-episode-4-a-step-by-step-tutorial

    1. Introduction Since Joomla 3.7, it is possible to easily add extra fields to Articles, Contacts, and Users. This becomes possible with the new functionality Custom Fields. There are 16 standard types of fields available, ranging from a Text field,...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Marc Dechèvre
    • Category: April
    • Language: en-GB
  24. Joomla! 3.0 Extension Development Series: Writing The Corehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/march-2013/joomla-30-extension-development-series-writing-the-core

    In the previous articles we covered setting the stage and beginning the component structure. In this tutorial we will be focusing on the details, writing those functions and files that are core to this extension and actually making the extension start...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: David Hurley
    • Category: March
    • Language: en-GB
  25. The Joomla Community Needs more Volunteershttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/june-2022/the-joomla-community-needs-more-volunteers

    Whether it's a community group in your local area, or a global free and open source software project like Joomla, volunteers are an important resource for any organization. Joomla! In fact, it would not exist without over 750 volunteer contributors to...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: June
    • Language: en-GB
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