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Where can I indicate that there is a slight (probably transient) problem with the "Joomla! v 1.5 Quick Start Guide"?
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Change request for this page by NathanHawks at Joomla forum: http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=303&t=848903&p=3185783#p3185757
  
I followed directions and installed XAMPP 1.7.2 and was unable to get Joomla 1.5.14 to run. Root cause: XAMPP 1.7.2 installs the latest version of PHP which is not supported in Joomla 1.5.
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At the very bottom-left:
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1. The "Security Announcements" link, is an archived, 1.X-only sec announcements forum! :(
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I don't see a correct, exact match to replace; I see security discussion, and I see general announcements. This leads to...
  
I finally installed XAMPP 1.7.1 which installs a supported version of PHP (5.2.9).
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2. It would be good to have links here to the Security and VEL feed pages:
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http://feeds.joomla.org/JoomlaSecurityNews
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http://feeds.joomla.org/JoomlaSecurityV ... Extensions
  
It was only a bit frustrating.
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3. The 3.x security link says 3.1 - it should probably say 3.X now.
 
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[[User:John2|John2]] 18:55, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
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== www needs altering to  ==
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To redirect anyone visiting http://www.joomla.org site with the www. to the none www. version
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<pre>RewriteEngine on
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Options +FollowSymlinks
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RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.JOOMLA.org [NC]
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RewriteRule ^(.*) http://JOOMLA.org/$1 [L,R=301]</pre>
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Redirecting anyone visiting http://joomla.org without the www. to http://www.JOOMLA.org:
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<pre>RewriteEngine on
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Options +FollowSymlinks
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RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\.JOOMLA.org [NC]
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RewriteRule ^(.*) http://www.JOOMLA.org/$1 [L,R=301]</pre>
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15:34, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
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== Suggestions and corrections to the Joomla! 1.5 Quick Start Guide PDF ==
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After working through the [http://help.joomla.org/ghop/feb2008/task048/joomla_15_quickstart.pdf Quick Start Guide], I would like to make the following suggestion and correction. My edits are marked in bold.
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Page 13 (suggestion)
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:10. For the landscaping website, create five different articles in each of our '''four''' categories. '''Use the [http://www.lipsum.com/ Lipsum generator] to easily generate text.''' Use the “read more” button to divide each article into introductory information and then full content.  From each category, choose two items to display on the front page using the “Front Page” toggle switch:
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''Comment: I neglected creating articles for the Presidents category which later is needed when adding the Newsflash module. Take it or leave it.''
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''Comment: I found the quick tutorial not very quick when I realized I needed to create 20 articles - 4 categories with 5 articles for each. I noticed the Lorem ipsum text being used in the screen shot, so I thought that would be a nice reference to point the user to in case there are those who might not feel bothered to go any further with the tutorial.''
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Page 45 (correction)
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:3. Name the module “Breadcrumbs” but disable the title in the “Show Title” setting. '''Choose the "Breadcrumb" position in order to display this below the logo.''' Leave the rest of the settings the same:
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''Comment: I was using Joomla! version 1.5.15 when completing this tutorial.  The default position is "left", not "top", as indicated in the screen shot.  "Left" places it below the login module and not as illustrated in the tutorial.  Using "top" places it awkwardly below the Newsflash module and in some cases not even visible depending on how long the Newsflash module extends. "Breadcrumb" seems to be the position that generates the desired location as seen in the screen shot.''
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[[User:Sbalzer|Sbalzer]] 04:04, 25 November 2009 (UTC)
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== Quick Start Using a Virtual Appliance  ==
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Another option for a quick start is to use a virtual appliance. 
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As an example JumpBox provides a copy of Joomla that can be downloaded at [http://demo.joomla.org/jumpbox.html JumpBox] and, assuming you already have a virtual player set up (e.g.  - [http://www.vmware.com/products/player/ VMWare Player]) then you can be up and running in literally minutes - and without the need to buy any additional hardware.
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== create an article ==
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"This article shows you how to create an article from the front end."
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- No, it doesn't. Please delete this sentence. [[User:Saddam|Saddam]] 09:27, 12 November 2010 (UTC)
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== VisualGuide 1.7 ==
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The original 'Learn Joomla! 1.5 Fast!' was a great introduction to Joomla! 1.5 by Saurabh R. Bhide. However, some things are outdated, there are some (minor) erros and a 1.5 extension example doesn't work any more. Therefor I decided to produce a major re-write for version 1.7.3 with corrections, updates and additions.
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It is published at Scribd: [http://www.scribd.com/doc/76599431/Visual-Guide17 Visual Guide 1.7].
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Feedback is always welcome! See the book for a link to my email ID.
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Tinus
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December 27, 2011
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== xampp php configuration for Joomla ==
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XAMPP PHP needs to be configured for use with Joomla. XAMPP is configured for development by default. For Joomla PHP should be configured for production.
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- Rename php/php.ini to php/php.ini-orig<br/>
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- Rename php/php.ini-production to php/php.ini<br/>
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- Restart apache to use new php.ini settings
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Change request for this page by NathanHawks at Joomla forum: http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=303&t=848903&p=3185783#p3185757

At the very bottom-left: 1. The "Security Announcements" link, is an archived, 1.X-only sec announcements forum! :( I don't see a correct, exact match to replace; I see security discussion, and I see general announcements. This leads to...

2. It would be good to have links here to the Security and VEL feed pages: http://feeds.joomla.org/JoomlaSecurityNews http://feeds.joomla.org/JoomlaSecurityV ... Extensions

3. The 3.x security link says 3.1 - it should probably say 3.X now.