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* [[Administrator (Application)|Administrator]], also known as the "Back-end" . It is here that you can 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 from Joomla's web site at [http://extensions.joomla.org/ Joomla extensions].  
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* [[Administrator (Application)|Administrator]], also known as the "Back-end" . It is here that you can make your major customisations for your site or front-end. You can set up how your template look like or you can add new extensions such as components, languages,modules, plugins and templates from Joomla's web site at [http://extensions.joomla.org/ Joomla extensions].  
 
[http://www.djforums.com/forums/images/tutorials/11_joomlalogin.jpg The back end]
 
[http://www.djforums.com/forums/images/tutorials/11_joomlalogin.jpg The back end]
  

Revision as of 05:55, 14 January 2009


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 can make your major customisations for your site or front-end. You can set up how your template look like or you can add new extensions such as components, languages,modules, plugins and templates from Joomla's web site at Joomla extensions.

The back end

  • Installer, is an application that help you to install and configure Joomla on your web site. Follow the next steps at Installer
  • XML-RPC, known as eXtensible Markup Language Remote Procedure Call which is a method of sharing messages between client and server.