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Joomla! consists of several [[Application]]s:
 
Joomla! consists of several [[Application]]s:
 
* [[Site (Application)|Site]], also known as the "Front-end"
 
* [[Site (Application)|Site]], also known as the "Front-end"
[http://www.m65.net/uploads/media/76/frontend.png the front end]
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[http://www.m65.net/uploads/media/76/frontend.png The front end]
 
* [[Administrator (Application)|Administrator]], also known as the "Back-end" . It is here that you make your major customisations for your site or front-end. You can set up how your template look like or you can add new components, modules, plugins, templates.  
 
* [[Administrator (Application)|Administrator]], also known as the "Back-end" . It is here that you make your major customisations for your site or front-end. You can set up how your template look like or you can add new components, modules, plugins, templates.  
 
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[http://www.djforums.com/forums/images/tutorials/11_joomlalogin.jpg The back end]
 
* [[Installer (Application)|Installer]]
 
* [[Installer (Application)|Installer]]
 
* [[XML-RPC (Application)|XML-RPC]]
 
* [[XML-RPC (Application)|XML-RPC]]
  
 
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<noinclude>[[Category:Application]]</noinclude>

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Joomla! consists of several Applications:

  • Site, also known as the "Front-end"

The front end

  • Administrator, also known as the "Back-end" . It is here that you make your major customisations for your site or front-end. You can set up how your template look like or you can add new components, modules, plugins, templates.

The back end