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Core hacking is not attempting to force your way into the Joomla! core, but adjusting the Joomla! core files (i.e., the files that you uploaded before installing Joomla!), which should actually be hidden from and left alone by users and extension developers. Any change you make to core files will be overwritten during the next update.
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Core hacking is not attempting to force your way into the Joomla! core, but adjusting the Joomla! core files (i.e., the files that you uploaded before installing Joomla!), which should actually be hidden from and left alone by users and extension developers. Any change you make to core files will be overwritten during the next update, which means that you will need to reapply your core hack.
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If you want to add a core hack to this Wiki, please add [[Template:CoreHackNotice]] at the top of the article.
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'''See also''': [[:Category:Core hacks]], a list of all core hacks in the documentation
  
 
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Revision as of 18:13, 29 January 2011

Core hacking is not attempting to force your way into the Joomla! core, but adjusting the Joomla! core files (i.e., the files that you uploaded before installing Joomla!), which should actually be hidden from and left alone by users and extension developers. Any change you make to core files will be overwritten during the next update, which means that you will need to reapply your core hack.

If you want to add a core hack to this Wiki, please add Template:CoreHackNotice at the top of the article.

See also: Category:Core hacks, a list of all core hacks in the documentation