Welcome to Joomla! Documentation! An online collaborative community manual for Joomla! users, developers or anyone interested in learning more about Joomla! Currently, we have 4,495 articles written and maintained by our Joomla! community members. The easiest way to get started using our documentation is by selecting links in the Quick Start section below or from the drop-down menu bar above.
- 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.
If you are creating a new website, you should use Joomla CMS Version 3.2
. When available, upgrading to the final 3.5 LTS (Long Term Support) Joomla version
will be easy!
Joomla CMS Version 2.5 is our current LTS Joomla version with active support scheduled to end December of 2014.
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- Just Register and login on this wiki to get started.
- Feel free to fix any errors you find
- Take a look in the Cookie jar for a small Docs Wiki task.
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