How to Install Joomla Templates

Templates define the lay-out of your Joomla Web site. You can assign different templates to various pages of your Web site.  Templates can be created for the Frontend of your site called Site TemplateAdministrator Templates. This is a small tutorial where you will learn about how to install templates in Joomla.

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How to Add, Edit and Delete Users

Joomla Users can be arranged in several groups with different levels of access control. User groups  with access to the Frontend include Anonymous, Registered, Author, Editor and Publisher. There are also three groups with access to the Backend: Manager, Administrator and Super Administrator. This is a basic tutorial about how to add, edit and delete users.

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Increase Your Online Presence with SEO

Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is the practice of utilizing search engines and directories as a medium for promoting your products, services, and information. Without Search Engine Marketing your Web site is almost invisible to potential customers. Search Engine Marketing provides two solutions: paid placement and search engine optimization.

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Installing Joomla Components

Components are Joomla’s content elements or applications that usually appear in the center of a three column Joomla layout, or on the right of a two column Joomla layout. Components are core elements of Joomla functionality. Joomla core components include: Banners, Contact, News Feeds, Polls and Weblinks. Members of the Joomla Community are producing third party Joomla components on a continuous basis. Let’s try in this tutorial to install one component.

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Install Joomla Modules

Joomla Modules extend the capabilities of Joomla giving the software new functionality. Joomla Modules are small content items that can be displayed anywhere that your template allows it to be displayed. Joomla Modules are very easy to install in the Admin Section. Joomla modules may include: Main Menu, Top menu, Template Chooser, Polls, Newsflash, Hit Counter, etc. Members of the Joomla Community are producing third party Joomla modules on a continuous basis. Let’s try in this tutorial to install one module.

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Installing Joomla Mambots

A Mambot is a small, task-oriented function that intercepts content before it is displayed and manipulates it in some way. Joomla provides a number of Mambots in the core distribution. Let’s try in this tutorial to install mambots.

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