Joomla Resources

Discussion in 'Webmaster Discussion' started by mneylon, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    I've been trying out Joomla on a few sites, as it seems to offer some features that other CMS lack or make awkward ..

    In either case it's a nice content management system.

    Anyway I've been looking for resource sites ie. tutorials, downloads etc.,

    There seem to be hundreds of sites in the Google results, but most of them are a nightmare to navigate and I can't find resources quickly

    Does anyone using Joomla have any recommendations?
     
  2. Cormac

    Cormac New Member

    i'm using joomla on my blaa-blaa website. Purely for convience. I'm in the middle of my final year in college and i dont have the time to dedicate to creating a website which will have up to 8 contributers writing articles for it.

    Joomla was the obvious choice, i purcahsed a template for the lads from joomlashack.com and all i need to do now is teach them to use the system which should be fun :confused:

    tbh blacknight there aren't that many resourses which are too helpfull for joomla yet. As for a tutorials, i presume the dw tutorial for creating a mambo template would work with joomla. I'm not 100% sure thou
    http://www.mambosolutions.com/dw_tutorial/

    I got a nice ad sense module for joomla from these guys
    http://mambo.medspan.info/mambo-downloads/
    Works perfectly, the adsence module comes with default data so those sneaky guys who wrote the module are probably making a packet from people installing the module and thinking "whhaa heeyyy ads on my site already, that was simple" :)
     
  3. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Reading the documentation seems to be a "problem" for some people :)

    Looks like they finally fixed their site's design as well, so I can actually view it now without my eyes bleeding

    I'll have a look at the other link you posted - thanks
     
  4. Arch-Stanton

    Arch-Stanton New Member

    This thread here covers nearly everything, 99% of the mambo resources will also work well with Joomla (check the developer site for details)

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  5. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    That looks like the link :)
     

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