Picture Yourself Building a Web Site with Joomla! 1.6 Step-by-Step Instruction for Creating a High Quality, Professional-Looking Siteby Turner, Robin; Boeckehnhaupt, Herb
Cengage Learning PTR
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"Picture Yourself Building a Website in 20 Minutes with Joomla!" shows readers how to create, customize, and edit a commercial-quality website and put it online in less than 30 minutes. Joomla! is an easy to use, open-source software package for creating and managing websites. Using the four-color, visual format of the Picture Yourself series, readers can customize their new sit with control panels, integrate e-commerce capabilities and video, edit articles with a built-in text editor, upload pictures, change the color scheme, and more!
Table of Contents
|Managing the Basics|
|How to Use Templates|
|How to Create and Edit Text|
|How to Use Your Site's Control Panel|
|How to Customize Your Web Site using extensions called modules, components, and plugins|
|How to Create and Use Modules|
|How to Use and Manage Components|
|How to Extend Your Web Site with Plugins|
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