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Revision as of 08:28, 19 June 2013

Joomla! Documentation

Welcome to Joomla! Documentation! An online collaborative community manual for Joomla! users, developers or anyone interested in learning more about Joomla! Currently, we have 4,598 articles written and maintained by our Joomla! community members. If you want to help with our documentation, please read How to Contribute to Joomla! Documentation.

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Quick Start

  • Learn More About Joomla    What is the Joomla CMS, what can it do for you, and how to install it.
  • Beginners    Where do I start? I am ready to use Joomla but I have no idea what to do first.
  • Administrators    You are a Joomla website administrator and responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the website.
  • Developers    You are a developer interested in creating a Joomla extension, module, or plugin.
What's New?
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Joomla 3.3 is the latest version!
What's new in Joomla?
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What version of Joomla should you use? Version 3.3 or Version 2.5?
If you are creating a new website, you should always use the latest version. Currently, this is Joomla CMS Version 3.3. Upgrading will be now be easier, read more about this on our release and support cycle page.

Joomla CMS Version 2.5 is a current Joomla version with active support scheduled to end December of 2014.

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Joomla! Beginners Tutorial Project
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This project focuses on the administrator Joomla! 2.5 Help screens and Joomla! 3.3 Help screens. Unless a Joomla! Installation is modified, all core component Help screens are being served from this wiki. The summary status of each Joomla! Help screen can be found in the previous links.

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Glossary Term of the Day

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In Joomla!, a Menu is a set of menu items used for website navigation. Each menu item defines an URL to a page on your site, and settings that control the contents(articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc.) and style(module(s), layout) of that page. Additionally, each menu has a Menu Type, these are shown in the menu manager, see Adding a new menu. The menu type will actually be the Unique Name or alias that will be used to create human-readable URLs if Search Engine Friendly URLs are turned on. Menu items can have any number of subitems.

A Menu isn't automatically shown on any page. You need to create a menu module to show the menu on all or some pages. Each menu can be shown by one or more modules (making it possible to show the same menu in different positions). It is also possible to create Split menus.

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is usually called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page.

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