I'm using Joomla 3.4, do I still need to install K2 extension to create a blog posts on my website? This question is quite often appears on Joomla forum. So I decided to solve that dilemma.
In many ways, 2014 has been an exciting year for our company. New templates, new extensions, new employees, new partnerships, new items on our office, and events in which we have participated. Old 2014 is all wrapped up and 2015 is ramping up to be yet another promising year.
You live in Bangladesh and you're great template designer, and you think you have combination of 3 attributes: talent, skill, and experience. Try you luck, sharpen your skills, show off your talents, and build your resume with competition experience and of course win a Apple iPad Mini. JoomShaper are arranging a web design competition for the purpose of BIPC Conference 2014.
Anyone can now create their own website, regardless of technical skills with Joomla CMS and NewsPlus template offered by JoomShaper.com. Building a website is a great way to share your ideas, thoughts, reviews and photos with the world. A good subject for your new website is very important. The prospect of starting your own Local News or Magazine site is more viable an option than ever in the current media climate.
We are wishing a very happy new year to all of our users, fans and well wishers. Year 2013 was very special to us because we released Helix V2 framework in this year. We introduced layout builder and shortcode feature for the first time.
We have many plans for year 2014 and we are pretty sure that we can show some true awesomeness in this year.
Thanks all and again wishing a very happy new year.
Joomla is a great CMS, but like anything else it really is only as good as its user. While everyone has the best of intentions when starting a new project or learning a new technology, there are always those “gotchas” that everyone seems to encounter. In this article, I reveal the three most common mistakes I see from beginners.
Now, clearly there are more than three common mistakes that we see Joomla beginners make, but I wanted to highlight three quite different issues that when addressed make a huge difference in the quality of a new Joomla user’s life. One is strictly visual but can make or break a website, one is an issue that can actually wreak havoc with the entire layout of your pages, and the last one protects your hard work to ensure you get a good night’s sleep!
Let's say you're fond of Joomla and you're looking for inspiration or you're a Joomla designer and you would like to show your design skills. Then we suggest you check web design galleries that we're sharing with you today. These galleries are featuring Joomla sites are they're meant to highlight the beauty of Joomla. To get your Joomla website featured in these directories, it should be approved. So not only should your site be powered by the Joomla CMS, but it should also look good enough to inspire others. Once approved your site will get publicity and also a free back link, so it's definitely worth a try. After all, Joomla galleries are a perfect way to promote Joomla sites for free. The official Joomla site says: "Joomla is used all over the world to power Web sites of all shapes and sizes." It's great to read about it, but wouldn't it be better to see the variety of sites powered by Joomla? If you share this opinion then it's another reason to check the Joomla galleries listed in this article. http://www.joomla.org/about-joomla.html
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