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'''See also:''' [[Joomla! Extensions Defined]]
 
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== Front-end Templates ==
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Front-end templates change the way your site looks to average users.  Most of the templates you use will be Front-end Templates.  Three Front-end templates come preinstalled with Joomla!: [[Milkyway|rhuk_milkyway]], [[Beez|beez]] and [[Ja_purity|Ja_purity]].
 
Front-end templates change the way your site looks to average users.  Most of the templates you use will be Front-end Templates.  Three Front-end templates come preinstalled with Joomla!: [[Milkyway|rhuk_milkyway]], [[Beez|beez]] and [[Ja_purity|Ja_purity]].
  
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[[Administrator_(back-end)_templates|Back-end Templates]] are much rarer than Frontend Templates.  You will probably never need to change your Back-end Template.  Back-end Templates allow you to change the way the administrator interface looks.
 
[[Administrator_(back-end)_templates|Back-end Templates]] are much rarer than Frontend Templates.  You will probably never need to change your Back-end Template.  Back-end Templates allow you to change the way the administrator interface looks.

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Template:Template

See also: Joomla! Extensions Defined

Contents

Recommended Reading

Developers

Recommended Reading

Our template development documentation contains many articles, FAQs and tutorials. A first step to developing a template is understanding how templates are executed.

Beginners

Intermediate

Historical

For more developer information, see Template Development.


What types of templates are there?

Front-end Templates

Front-end templates change the way your site looks to average users. Most of the templates you use will be Front-end Templates. Three Front-end templates come preinstalled with Joomla!: rhuk_milkyway, beez and Ja_purity.

Back-end Templates

Back-end Templates are much rarer than Frontend Templates. You will probably never need to change your Back-end Template. Back-end Templates allow you to change the way the administrator interface looks.

Where can I get new templates?

There are some wonderful templates that were made in the template contest. There are also many websites where both free and non-free Joomla! templates can be downloaded.

How can I create a new template?

If you are interested in creating your own template than there are a few thing that you might want to know before you start. first you will need to know CSS, HTML, and PHP. Joomla! has created a tutorial for those who would like to create their own template.

More Template Information.

Here is a list of Wiki articles in the Template category: Category:Templates. Here is a list of frequently asked Template questions: Category:Template FAQ.

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