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==What is Joomla! and why should I be interested?==
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==How do I style a Joomla! website to be like my graphics visuals?==
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==Getting started with content==
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==Finding extensions to keep your client happy!==
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==Search engine optimisation with Joomla!==
  
 
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As a web developer you may not be too concerned about the visual appearance of a website as you are tasked with producing functionality. You will probably have a good knowledge of HTML and CSS but will also be proficient in Javascript, PHP and a range of other languages. If you are new to Joomla! you will need support in developing or customising Joomla! extensions (components, modules, plugins, templates and languages). You will need information about the Joomla! Framework API and how to use it and will probably make extensive use of best practice example code. A strong understanding of Joomla! security issues is also important to you.

Contents

What is Joomla! and why should I be interested?

Where do I get started?

How do I style a Joomla! website to be like my graphics visuals?

Getting started with content

Finding extensions to keep your client happy!

Search engine optimisation with Joomla!

Joomla! Security Guide

Joomla! Security Forums

See also