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Access Control List

Access Control List or ACL is according to the Wikipedia definition, “...ACL specifies which users or system processes are granted access to objects, as well as what operations are allowed to be performed on given objects.” In the case of Joomla there are two separate aspects to its Access Control List which site administrators can control:

  • Which users can gain access to what parts of the website? For example, will a given menu choice be visible for a given user? A registered user can view, but the public at large cannot. Perhaps the menu choice is hidden from all except an Editor user and higher.
  • What operations (or actions) can a user perform on any given object? For example, can a user listed as an "Editor" submit an article or only edit an existing article. The ACL settings could allow submitting and editing, or allow a change an article's category, add tags or any combination.

The implementation of ACL in Joomla was substantially changed in the Joomla! 2.5 series which allowed for more flexibility in groups and permissions.

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Access Control List/bg

Access Control List или ACL, показва начина, по който на потребителите или системните процеси се предоставя достъп до обекти, колкото да може да се изпълнят необходимите операции за тези обекти. В случая с Joomla, има два отделни аспекта на ACL, които администраторите на сайта могат да контролират:

  • "'Кои потребители имат достъп до различните части на сайта?"' Например, ще се вижда ли дадено меню за даден потребител? Регистриран потребител е в състояние, но останалите потребители(нерегистрирани) - не. Може би, това меню е скрито за всички, с изключение на потребителите редактори и потребители с по-висш достъп.
  • "'Какъв вид работа (или дейност) даден потребител може да упражнява върху всеки конкретен обект?"' Например дали потребителят с права "Редактор" може да създава статии или може само да редактира съществуващи вече статии? Настройки на ACL позволяват създаването и редактирането или възможността да се правят промени в категорията на дадена статия, позволяване за добавяне на тагове, или някаква друга комбинация от права и достъп.

Прилагането на ACL в Joomla е значително променено във версия Joomla! 2.5, която за по - голяма гъвкавост предоставя групи и различни права към тях.

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Access Control List/pt-br

Lista de Controle de Acessso ou ACL, de acordo com a Wikipedia definition, é “...uma lista que define quem tem permissão de acesso a certos serviços.” No caso do Joomla, existem dois aspectos distintos para sua Lista de Controle de Acesso que os administradores do site podem controlar:

  • Que usuários podem ter acesso a que partes do site? Por exemplo, uma certa opção de menu estará disponível para um certo usuário? Um usuário cadastrado pode ver, mas o público em geral não. Talvez a opção de menu esteja escondida de todos, exceto de um usuário definido como Editor ou superiores.
  • Que operações (ou ações) podem aplicar um usuário a um objeto específico? Por exemplo, um usuário cadastrado como "Editor" pode enviar um artigo ou somente editar artigos existentes. Os controles de ACL podem permitir o envio e edição ou mudança na categoria do artigo, adicionar tags ou outro tipo de combinação. submit an article or only edit an existing article.

A implementação da ACL no Joomla foi modificada de forma substancial na série Joomla 2.5 o que permitiu maior flexibilidade para os grupos e permissões.

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Access Control List/sv

Access Control List or ACL is according to the Wikipedia definition, “...ACL specifies which users or system processes are granted access to objects, as well as what operations are allowed to be performed on given objects.” In the case of Joomla there are two separate aspects to its Access Control List which site administrators can control:

  • Which users can gain access to what parts of the website? For example, will a given menu choice be visible for a given user? A registered user can view, but the public at large cannot. Perhaps the menu choice is hidden from all except an Editor user and higher.
  • What operations (or actions) can a user perform on any given object? For example, can a user listed as an "Editor" submit an article or only edit an existing article. The ACL settings could allow submitting and editing, or allow a change an article's category, add tags or any combination.

The implementation of ACL in Joomla was substantially changed in the Joomla! 2.5 series which allowed for more flexibility in groups and permissions.

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Alias

Aliases are short pieces of text that represent the title of certain items (Menu items, Articles and Categories) in a machine-friendly format. This format allows only lowercase letters and dashes (-).

Aliases are used by Joomla to make Search Engine Friendly URLs. There are technical limitations to the types of characters that can be included in URLs, so Joomla prevents problems with invalid characters by allowing you to specify an alias.

You can fill in an alias yourself. If you leave the alias field empty, Joomla will automatically create an alias from the Title field of an item when it is saved. This means that if you edit the title of an item, but you leave the old alias in its field, the alias (and the URL that is created from it) will not change. Empty the alias field if you want generate a new alias.

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Alias/da

Aliases are short pieces of text that represent the title of certain items (Menu items, Articles and Categories) in a machine-friendly format. This format allows only lowercase letters and dashes (-).

Aliases are used by Joomla to make Search Engine Friendly URLs. There are technical limitations to the types of characters that can be included in URLs, so Joomla prevents problems with invalid characters by allowing you to specify an alias.

You can fill in an alias yourself. If you leave the alias field empty, Joomla will automatically create an alias from the Title field of an item when it is saved. This means that if you edit the title of an item, but you leave the old alias in its field, the alias (and the URL that is created from it) will not change. Empty the alias field if you want generate a new alias.

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Alias/sv

Aliases are short pieces of text that represent the title of certain items (Menu items, Articles and Categories) in a machine-friendly format. This format allows only lowercase letters and dashes (-).

Aliases are used by Joomla to make Search Engine Friendly URLs. There are technical limitations to the types of characters that can be included in URLs, so Joomla prevents problems with invalid characters by allowing you to specify an alias.

You can fill in an alias yourself. If you leave the alias field empty, Joomla will automatically create an alias from the Title field of an item when it is saved. This means that if you edit the title of an item, but you leave the old alias in its field, the alias (and the URL that is created from it) will not change. Empty the alias field if you want generate a new alias.

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Anchor

An anchor is created using the <a> tag in HTML. An anchor allows you to place a bookmark inside an HTML page. In Joomla!, you can place an anchor inside an article (for example, using the TinyMCE editor). This lets you create a link that will go directly to that point in the article.

The HTML source code for an anchor looks like the following:

<a name="my_anchor" title="My Anchor"></a>

You can link to an anchor from within the same page using the HTML code

<a href="#my_anchor" ></a>

Clicking that link will take you directly to the location of the anchor tag.

You can link to an anchor in a different page by appending "#" plus the anchor name to the end of the URL. In the example above, if the URL for the article was http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html, then you could link directly to the anchor in that page with the URL http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html#my_anchor.

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Anchor/bg

Котва се създава с помощта на HTML тагове <a>. Тя позволява да поставите във вътрешността на някоя уеб страница хипер-връзка(или bookmark). В Joomla! можете да поставите котва в статия(например, с помощта на редактора на TinyMCE). Това ще Ви позволи да създадете връзка, която води директно към този параграф на този материал.

Изходния код на HTML котвите изглежда по следния начин:

<a name="my_anchor" title="Това е моята котва"></a>

. Вие можете да създадете връзка към котва в същата уеб-страници с помощта на HTML код

<a href="#my_anchor" ></a>

. След кликване на тази връзка, ще Ви отведе директно там, където е таг-а на тази котва.

Вие можете да създадете връзка на котва към друга страница с използване в края на URL знак # плюс името на тази котва. В горния пример ако URL-линк този материал е http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html, тогава можете да си създаде пряка хипер-връзка към тази котва на тази страница с URL връзки http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html#my_anchor.

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Anchor/ca

An anchor is created using the <a> tag in HTML. An anchor allows you to place a bookmark inside an HTML page. In Joomla!, you can place an anchor inside an article (for example, using the TinyMCE editor). This lets you create a link that will go directly to that point in the article.

The HTML source code for an anchor looks like the following:

<a name="my_anchor" title="My Anchor"></a>

You can link to an anchor from within the same page using the HTML code

<a href="#my_anchor" ></a>

Clicking that link will take you directly to the location of the anchor tag.

You can link to an anchor in a different page by appending "#" plus the anchor name to the end of the URL. In the example above, if the URL for the article was http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html, then you could link directly to the anchor in that page with the URL http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html#my_anchor.

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Anchor/da

An anchor is created using the <a> tag in HTML. An anchor allows you to place a bookmark inside an HTML page. In Joomla!, you can place an anchor inside an article (for example, using the TinyMCE editor). This lets you create a link that will go directly to that point in the article.

The HTML source code for an anchor looks like the following:

<a name="my_anchor" title="My Anchor"></a>

You can link to an anchor from within the same page using the HTML code

<a href="#my_anchor" ></a>

Clicking that link will take you directly to the location of the anchor tag.

You can link to an anchor in a different page by appending "#" plus the anchor name to the end of the URL. In the example above, if the URL for the article was http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html, then you could link directly to the anchor in that page with the URL http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html#my_anchor.

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Anchor/sv

An anchor is created using the <a> tag in HTML. An anchor allows you to place a bookmark inside an HTML page. In Joomla!, you can place an anchor inside an article (for example, using the TinyMCE editor). This lets you create a link that will go directly to that point in the article.

The HTML source code for an anchor looks like the following:

<a name="my_anchor" title="My Anchor"></a>

You can link to an anchor from within the same page using the HTML code

<a href="#my_anchor" ></a>

Clicking that link will take you directly to the location of the anchor tag.

You can link to an anchor in a different page by appending "#" plus the anchor name to the end of the URL. In the example above, if the URL for the article was http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html, then you could link directly to the anchor in that page with the URL http://www.mysite.com/my_article.html#my_anchor.

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Article

In Joomla! an Article is a piece of content consisting of text (HTML), possibly with links to other resources (for example, images). Articles are the basic units of information in the content system and the bottom level in the content hierarchy. Since Joomla! Joomla 2.5, each Article is in exactly one Category. A Category can be in another Category making it a sub Category. It is also possible to have Uncategorised Articles. These articles exist without being associated with any Category.

Before Joomla! 2.5 and earlier versions, an Article was the third level in the hierarchy Sections  Categories  Articles. Now an Article is a bottom level and will always be the second level or greater in hierarchy.

Articles are maintained using the Article Manager (see the Content Article Manager for Joomla 3.4 or the Content Article Manager for Joomla 2.5) which can be reached in the Administrator (Back-end) by clicking on the Content menu, then the Article Manager menu item.

See also: Category

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Article/bg

В Joomla! статията е част от съдържанието съдържащо текст (HTML), вероятно с линкове към други ресурси(например изображения). Статиите са основната единица информация в мениджър статии и заемат най - ниско ниво в йерархията на съдържанието. От Joomla! Joomla 2.5, всяка статия принадлежи към една категория. Категорията може да принадлежи към друга категория, което я прави под - категория. Възможно е също да имате статии, които не са предназначени към категория(Uncategorised Articles).

Преди Joomla! 2.5 и в по - ранните версии, статиите бяха трето ниво в йерархията Chapter  Категория  Материали. Сега статиите са най - ниско в херархията и винаги ще принадлежат или на второ ниво или по - високо ниво на йерархията.

Статиите се управляват чрез мениджъра предназначен за тях (вижте Мениджър статии Joomla 3.4 или Мениджър статии Joomla 2.5), в които можете да отидете чрез администраторския панел, кликване върху менюто "Статии" и след това елемент "Статии" от менюто.

"'Вижте също"': Категория

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Article/pt-br

No Joomla! um Artigo é um pedaço de conteúdo consistindo de texto (HTML), talvez com links para outros recursos, como imagens, por exemplo. Artigos são unidades básicas de informação no content system e o primeiro nível da hierarquia de conteúdo. Desde a versão Joomla 2.5 do Joomla!, cada Artigo está atribuido a uma Category. Uma Categoria embaixo de outra é uma sub-categoria. Também é possível ter Artigos não-categorizados (Uncategorised), que são aqueles que não pertencem a uma categoria específica do seu sistema.

Antes do Joomla! 2.5 e versões anteriores, um artigo era o terceiro nível na hierarquia Sections  Categories  Articles. Agora, um artigo é o nível mais baixo e será sempre o segundo nível ou maior na hierarquia.

Artigos são mantidos através do Gerenciador de Artigos (veja Content Article Manager para Joomla 3.4 ou Content Article Manager para Joomla 2.5) que pode ser acessado em Administrator (Back-end) clicando no menu Conteúdo e depois em Gerenciador de Artigos.

Veja também: Category

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Article/sv

I Joomla! är en Artikel en del av innehållet och består av text (HTML), möjligen med länkar till andra resurser (till exempel bilder). Artiklarna är de grundläggande enheterna för information i content system och den lägsta nivån i innehållsstrukturen. Joomla! har Joomla 2.5, varje Artikel kopplad till endast en Kategori. En Kategori kan däremot vara i en annan Kategori vilket gör den till en underkategori. Det är också möjligt att har okategoriserade Artiklar. Dessa artiklar finns där utan att vara kopplade till någon Kategori.

Före Joomla! 2.5 och i tidigare versioner, var en Artikel i den tredje nivån i hierarkin Avsnitt  Kategorier  Artiklar. Nu är en Artikel i den nedre nivå och kommer alltid att vara i den andra nivån eller högre i hierarkin.

Articles are maintained using the Article Manager (see the Content Article Manager for Joomla 3.4 or the Content Article Manager for Joomla 2.5) which can be reached in the Administrator (Back-end) by clicking on the Content menu, then the Article Manager menu item.

See also: Category

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Article/tr

In Joomla! an Article is a piece of content consisting of text (HTML), possibly with links to other resources (for example, images). Articles are the basic units of information in the content system and the bottom level in the content hierarchy. Since Joomla! Joomla 2.5, each Article is in exactly one Category. A Category can be in another Category making it a sub Category. It is also possible to have Uncategorised Articles. These articles exist without being associated with any Category.

Before Joomla! 2.5 and earlier versions, an Article was the third level in the hierarchy Sections  Categories  Articles. Now an Article is a bottom level and will always be the second level or greater in hierarchy.

Articles are maintained using the Article Manager (see the Content Article Manager for Joomla 3.4 or the Content Article Manager for Joomla 2.5) which can be reached in the Administrator (Back-end) by clicking on the Content menu, then the Article Manager menu item.

See also: Category

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Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)

A Cascading Style Sheet or CSS is used to control the presentation of an XHTML page. For example, a CSS file will often control the font, margins, color, background graphics, and other aspects of a web page's appearance. CSS allows you to separate the content of an XHTML page from it's appearance. In Joomla!, CSS files (for example, template.css) are normally part of the template.

See also: Template, Page Class Suffix, Module Class Suffix

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Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)/bg

Cascading style sheets или CSS се използват за контрол на представяне на някаква XHTML-страница. Например, CSS файл, най - често контролира шрифт, разстояния, цвят, графика, фон и други аспекти на външния вид на някои уеб страници. CSS позволява да се отдели на съдържанието на XHTML страници от нейния външен вид. В Joomla! CSS файлове (например, template.css) обикновено са част от определен шаблон,модел.

Вижте също: Шаблон, Page Class Suffix, Module Class Suffix

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Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)/sv

A Cascading Style Sheet or CSS is used to control the presentation of an XHTML page. For example, a CSS file will often control the font, margins, color, background graphics, and other aspects of a web page's appearance. CSS allows you to separate the content of an XHTML page from it's appearance. In Joomla!, CSS files (for example, template.css) are normally part of the template.

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Category

Every part of Joomla! powered web site or any CMS type of web site needs a method to display and store its content logically. The usual method is by categories and subcategories. Joomla! allows for multiple ways to display and use content controlled by categorisation. Some of the content types which have categorisation are articles (Main content of web pages), banners, contacts and web links.

Joomla! category named "Uncategorised" is the default category, assigned to any and all content types. The "Uncategorised" category is not descriptive and should be used on as needed basis for content types which do not fall under a specific category.

When creating and assigning categories, you should have a planned structure. As an example, this is one way of how you would categorise several Joomla articles on birds. Create two top article categories called "Animals" and "Plants". Under the "Animals" category, you might have sub categories called "Birds" and "Mammals". Under the "Birds" sub category, you might have 3 articles named "Hawks," "Parrots" and "Sparrows".

  • Animals
    • Birds
      • Hawks
      • Parrots
      • Sparrows
    • Mammals

The example above could be expanded even more with specific articles on different species of Hawks, Parrots and Sparrows. Start with using an "Animal" top Category, placing the sub categories "Birds" and "Mammals" are under the "Animal" category, and then a "Hawks," "Parrots" and "Sparrows" sub category under the "Birds" Sub Category as shown below.


Now you can create multiple articles in the Hawk, Parrot and Sparrow sub categories using the different genus or common names of the specific types of these 3 birds.

Categories and their sub categories are maintained using the "Category Manager" which can be reached in the administrator back-end interface by clicking on the "Content" menu type, then the "Category Manager" menu item for the type.

See also: Article

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Category/bg

Всяка част на Joomla! или на друга система за управление на съдържанието се нуждае от метод за логично съхранение и показване на съдържанието. Обичайният метод е чрез категории и под-категории. Joomla! позволява чрез множество начини да се показва и използва съдържанието, контролирано чрез категоризация. Някои от видовете съдържание, което имат категоризация са именно статиите(основното съдържание в уеб сайт), банерите, контактите и интернет връзките.

Категорията с име "Uncategorised" е категория по подразбиране в системата, която не е свързана с някакъв източник на информация. Категорията може да се ползва в системата за информация, която не попада в специфична категория.

Когато създавате категории трябва да имате планирана структура. Като пример бихме посочили обединяването на на няколко Joomla статии предназначени за птици. Създайте две главни категории наречени "Животни" и "Растения". В категория "Животни" ще имате и под - категории наречени "Птици" и "Бозайници". В под - категория "Птици" ще имате три (3) статии наречени "Ястреби", "Папагали" и "Врабчета".

  • Животни
    • Птици
      • Ястреби
      • Папагали
      • Врабчетата
    • Животни

Примера може да бъде предназначен дори и за по - специфични статии за различни породи на ястребите, папагалите и врабчетата. Започнете с главна категория "Животни", в която създайте под - категории "Птици" и "Бозайници" и след това създайте под - категории "Ястреби", "Папагали" и "Врабчета" в категория "Птици".


Сега имате възможност да създадете различни статии за ястреби, папагали и врабчета като използвате различни гени или имена на тези три (3) вида птици.

Категориите и техните под - категории се управляват чрез "Мениджър категории", който може да достигнете в администрацията чрез менюто "Статии" и след това изберете "Категории".

"'Вижте също"': Статия

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Category/pt-br

Cada parte de um web site feito com Joomla! ou qualquer tipo de CMS precisa de uma forma de exibir e guardar seu conteúdo de forma lógica. O método mais comum é por categorias e subcategorias. Joomla! permite múltiplas formas de exibir e usar conteúdo controlado por categorização. Alguns dos tipos de conteúdo que têm categorização são articles (conteúdo principal das página web), banners, contatos e web links.

A categoria Joomla! "Uncategorised" (não cateogorizado) é a categoria padrão atribuída a todo e qualquer tipo de conteúdo. A categoria "Uncategorised" não é descritiva e deve ser usada conforme a necessidade para conteúdos que não se encaixem em uma categoria específica do seu sistema.

Ao criar e atribuir categorias, tenha uma estrutura planejada. Por exemplo, esta é uma forma com a qual você poderia categorizar diversos articles sobre pássaros no Joomla! Crie duas categorias chamadas de "Animais" e "Plantas". Na categoria "Animais" você pode ter duas subcategorias chamadas de "Pássaros" e "Mamíferos". Na categoria "Pássaros" você pode ter 3 artigos chamados "Falcões", "Papagaios" e "Pardais".

  • Animals
    • Birds
      • Hawks
      • Parrots
      • Sparrows
    • Mammals

The example above could be expanded even more with specific articles on different species of Hawks, Parrots and Sparrows. Start with using an "Animal" top Category, placing the sub categories "Birds" and "Mammals" are under the "Animal" category, and then a "Hawks," "Parrots" and "Sparrows" sub category under the "Birds" Sub Category as shown below.


Now you can create multiple articles in the Hawk, Parrot and Sparrow sub categories using the different genus or common names of the specific types of these 3 birds.

Categories and their sub categories are maintained using the "Category Manager" which can be reached in the administrator back-end interface by clicking on the "Content" menu type, then the "Category Manager" menu item for the type.

See also: Article

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Category/sv

Every part of Joomla! powered web site or any CMS type of web site needs a method to display and store its content logically. The usual method is by categories and subcategories. Joomla! allows for multiple ways to display and use content controlled by categorisation. Some of the content types which have categorisation are articles (Main content of web pages), banners, contacts and web links.

Joomla! category named "Uncategorised" is the default category, assigned to any and all content types. The "Uncategorised" category is not descriptive and should be used on as needed basis for content types which do not fall under a specific category.

When creating and assigning categories, you should have a planned structure. As an example, this is one way of how you would categorise several Joomla articles on birds. Create two top article categories called "Animals" and "Plants". Under the "Animals" category, you might have sub categories called "Birds" and "Mammals". Under the "Birds" sub category, you might have 3 articles named "Hawks," "Parrots" and "Sparrows".

  • Djur
    • Fåglar
      • Hökar
      • Papegojor
      • Sparvar
    • Däggdjur

The example above could be expanded even more with specific articles on different species of Hawks, Parrots and Sparrows. Start with using an "Animal" top Category, placing the sub categories "Birds" and "Mammals" are under the "Animal" category, and then a "Hawks," "Parrots" and "Sparrows" sub category under the "Birds" Sub Category as shown below.


Now you can create multiple articles in the Hawk, Parrot and Sparrow sub categories using the different genus or common names of the specific types of these 3 birds.

Categories and their sub categories are maintained using the "Category Manager" which can be reached in the administrator back-end interface by clicking on the "Content" menu type, then the "Category Manager" menu item for the type.

See also: Article

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Chrome

The visible graphical interface features of an application are sometimes referred to as chrome. See Applying custom module chrome for information about how to modify the look of modules (in other words, the module "chrome").

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Chrome/bg

Визуални характеристики на графичен интерфейс за дадено приложение, понякога се наричат "chrome". Вижте приложение на chrom към произволен модул за информация за това, как да се промени обликът на някакъв модул (с други думи, модулът "chrome").

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Chrome/ca

The visible graphical interface features of an application are sometimes referred to as chrome. See Applying custom module chrome for information about how to modify the look of modules (in other words, the module "chrome").

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Chrome/da

The visible graphical interface features of an application are sometimes referred to as chrome. See Applying custom module chrome for information about how to modify the look of modules (in other words, the module "chrome").

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Chrome/ja

The visible graphical interface features of an application are sometimes referred to as chrome. See Applying custom module chrome for information about how to modify the look of modules (in other words, the module "chrome").

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Component

A component is a kind of Joomla! extension. Components are the main functional units of Joomla!; they can be seen as mini-applications. An easy analogy would be that Joomla! is the operating system and the components are desktop applications. Created by a component, content is usually displayed in the center of the main content area of a template (depending on the template).

Most components have two main parts: an administrator part and a site part. The site part is what is used to render pages of your site when they are requested by your site visitors during normal site operation. The administrator part provides an interface to configure and manage different aspects of the component and is accessible through the Joomla! administrator application.

Joomla! comes with a number of core components, like the content management system, contact forms and Web Links.

See also: Module, Plugin, Template

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Component/bg

Компонентът е тип Joomla! extension/bg. Компонентите са основната функция на Joomla!; те също може да бъдат разгледани и като мини - приложения. Най - лесно по аналогия ще е да си представите, че Joomla! е операционна система и компонентите са десктоп приложенията. Създадено от някакъв компонент, съдържанието обикновено се показва в центъра на главната част на шаблона (в зависимост от шаблона).

Повечето компоненти имат две основни части: администраторска част и сайт(фронт-енд) част. Втората част се използва за предоставяне(рендиране) на страниците от вашия сайт на потребителите. Администраторската част осигурява интерфейс за настройка и управление на различни аспекти на компонента и е достъпна чрез Joomla! административно приложение.

Joomla! идва с набор от компоненти на ядрото, като система за управление на съдържанието, контактни форми и уеб линкове.

Вижте също: Модули, Плъгини, Шаблони

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Component/sv

A component is a kind of Joomla! extension. Components are the main functional units of Joomla!; they can be seen as mini-applications. An easy analogy would be that Joomla! is the operating system and the components are desktop applications. Created by a component, content is usually displayed in the center of the main content area of a template (depending on the template).

Most components have two main parts: an administrator part and a site part. The site part is what is used to render pages of your site when they are requested by your site visitors during normal site operation. The administrator part provides an interface to configure and manage different aspects of the component and is accessible through the Joomla! administrator application.

Joomla! levereras med ett antal centrala komponenter, såsom innehållshanteringssystem, kontaktformulär och webblänkar.

See also: Module, Plugin, Template

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Core

The word "core" in Joomla! pertains to the distributed files which are needed to create and administrate a Joomla CMS powered web site. These files can be downloaded from the Joomla website at http://www.joomla.org/download.html. The Joomla "core" also contains some basic functionality to get new Joomla installations working quickly and easily. Included are the user manager, article manager, weblink manager, category manager, contact manager, and menu manager. There is also a template manager with a few basic templates to power the front-end (website/user) view, a module manager with basic modules, plugin manager with basic plugins, and a few other "out of the box" extensions to extend the functionality of a basic Joomla installation. These core's extensions should not be confused with extensions which are available for downloading from the JED (Joomla! Extension Directory).

See also: Joomla Extension Directory.

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Core/bg

Думата "ядрото" на Joomla! се отнася до разпределение на файлове, които са необходими за създаване и администриране на уеб-сайта, работещ на Joomla! CMS. Тези файлове можете да изтеглите от линка http://www.joomla.org/download.html. Ядрото Joomla! също така съдържа някаква първоначална функционалност, осигуряваща бърза и лесна инсталация на Joomla!. Включени са и мениджъра за потребители, мениджър материали, мениджър уеб линкове, мениджър категории, контакти мениджър и мениджър менюта. Има също мениджър на S:MyLanguage/template/шаблоните c няколко начални шаблони; мениджър S:MyLanguage/module/модули с няколко стандартни модула; мениджър S:MyLanguage/plugin/плъгини с няколко стандартни плъгина, както и няколко други S:MyLanguage/extension/приложения готови за ползване, които служат за разширяване функционалностите на първоначалната инсталация на Joomla. Тези разширения на ядрото е необходимо да се разграничат/отделят от разширенията, които са на разположение за изтегляне от JED (директорията с разширения за Joomla).

"'Вижте също:"' директорията с разширения за Joomla! (JED).

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Core/sv

The word "core" in Joomla! pertains to the distributed files which are needed to create and administrate a Joomla CMS powered web site. These files can be downloaded from the Joomla website at http://www.joomla.org/download.html. The Joomla "core" also contains some basic functionality to get new Joomla installations working quickly and easily. Included are the user manager, article manager, weblink manager, category manager, contact manager, and menu manager. There is also a template manager with a few basic templates to power the front-end (website/user) view, a module manager with basic modules, plugin manager with basic plugins, and a few other "out of the box" extensions to extend the functionality of a basic Joomla installation. These core's extensions should not be confused with extensions which are available for downloading from the JED (Joomla! Extension Directory).

See also: Joomla Extension Directory.

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Database Table Prefix

The database table prefix is a string (a few characters long) prepended to the name of Joomla!'s tables. Using a prefix enables you to run multiple installations of Joomla! using a single database.

The database table prefix can be set during installation. Changing it later is possible, but requires access to the database through a non-Joomla medium or a Joomla Extension such as Akeeba Admin Tools and will cause some downtime.

Extension developers need to use the string #__ to represent the prefix. This will be replaced by the real prefix during runtime by Joomla.

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Database Table Prefix/bg

Представката на таблиците в базата данни е някаква ред (с дължина няколко знака), която се добавя в началоно на името на Joomla таблиците. Използването на представката Ви позволява да работите с няколко инсталации на Joomla!, като всяка отделна използва различна база данни.

Представката на таблиците в базата данни може да бъде създадена по време на инсталацията. Нейната промяна по-късно е възможна, но за това ще трябва достъп до тази база данни или чрез някакво допълнително приложение на Joomla, например като Akeeba Admin Tools.

За да приложите тази представка, разработчиците на приложения трябва да използват #__. Това ще бъде презаписано от Joomla с реалната представка по време на работа.

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Database Table Prefix/ca

The database table prefix is a string (a few characters long) prepended to the name of Joomla!'s tables. Using a prefix enables you to run multiple installations of Joomla! using a single database.

The database table prefix can be set during installation. Changing it later is possible, but requires access to the database through a non-Joomla medium or a Joomla Extension such as Akeeba Admin Tools and will cause some downtime.

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Database Table Prefix/ja

The database table prefix is a string (a few characters long) prepended to the name of Joomla!'s tables. Using a prefix enables you to run multiple installations of Joomla! using a single database.

The database table prefix can be set during installation. Changing it later is possible, but requires access to the database through a non-Joomla medium or a Joomla Extension such as Akeeba Admin Tools and will cause some downtime.

Extension developers need to use the string #__ to represent the prefix. This will be replaced by the real prefix during runtime by Joomla.

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Database Table Prefix/sv

The database table prefix is a string (a few characters long) prepended to the name of Joomla!'s tables. Using a prefix enables you to run multiple installations of Joomla! using a single database.

The database table prefix can be set during installation. Changing it later is possible, but requires access to the database through a non-Joomla medium or a Joomla Extension such as Akeeba Admin Tools and will cause some downtime.

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An extension is a software package that extends your Joomla! installation in some way. A small selection of extensions is included with the default Joomla! installation but many more are available from the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

The term extension is generic and the following specific extension types are available:

  • Component (since Joomla 1.0) – adds custom functions to your site that can be selected from menus
  • Language (since Joomla 1.0) – defines an additional language for your site
  • Library (since Joomla 2.5) – provides functions to be used by other extensions
  • Module (since Joomla 1.0) – shows nonessential data in a side box, possibly on multiple pages
  • Package (since Joomla 2.5) – bundles related extensions
  • Plugin (since Joomla 1.5) – modifies content in articles or provides functions to extend other extensions
  • Template (since Joomla 1.0) – define the look, feel, and navigation capabilities of your site

For an overview of the most important extension types and the functionality they provide, see Extension types (general definitions).

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Приложенията са софтуерен пакет, който допълва вашата Joomla! инсталация по най - различни начини. Малък брой от приложения са включени в стандартната Joomla! инсталация, но повече налични може да откриете тук: Joomla! Директория за приложения.

Терминът "приложение" е общ и има следните специални типове налични:

За преглед на най - важните видове разширения и тяхната функционалност вижте Типове приложения (основни определения).

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An extension is a software package that extends your Joomla! installation in some way. A small selection of extensions is included with the default Joomla! installation but many more are available from the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

The term extension is generic and the following specific extension types are available:

  • Component (since Joomla 1.0) – adds custom functions to your site that can be selected from menus
  • Language (since Joomla 1.0) – defines an additional language for your site
  • Library (since Joomla 2.5) – provides functions to be used by other extensions
  • Module (since Joomla 1.0) – shows nonessential data in a side box, possibly on multiple pages
  • Package (since Joomla 2.5) – bundles related extensions
  • Plugin (since Joomla 1.5) – modifies content in articles or provides functions to extend other extensions
  • Template (since Joomla 1.0) – define the look, feel, and navigation capabilities of your site

For an overview of the most important extension types and the functionality they provide, see Extension types (general definitions).

Extension/da

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En udvidelse er en software pakke som udvider din Joomla! installation på en eller anden måde. En lille samling af udvidelser er inkluderet med standard Joomla! installation, men mange flere er tilgængelige via Joomla! Udvidelsessamlingen.

The term extension is generic and the following specific extension types are available:

  • Component (since Joomla 1.0) – adds custom functions to your site that can be selected from menus
  • Language (since Joomla 1.0) – defines an additional language for your site
  • Library (since Joomla 2.5) – provides functions to be used by other extensions
  • Module (since Joomla 1.0) – shows nonessential data in a side box, possibly on multiple pages
  • Package (since Joomla 2.5) – bundles related extensions
  • Plugin (since Joomla 1.5) – modifies content in articles or provides functions to extend other extensions
  • Template (since Joomla 1.0) – define the look, feel, and navigation capabilities of your site

For an overview of the most important extension types and the functionality they provide, see Extension types (general definitions).

Extension/ja

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An extension is a software package that extends your Joomla! installation in some way. A small selection of extensions is included with the default Joomla! installation but many more are available from the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

The term extension is generic and the following specific extension types are available:

  • Component (since Joomla 1.0) – adds custom functions to your site that can be selected from menus
  • Language (since Joomla 1.0) – defines an additional language for your site
  • Library (since Joomla 2.5) – provides functions to be used by other extensions
  • Module (since Joomla 1.0) – shows nonessential data in a side box, possibly on multiple pages
  • Package (since Joomla 2.5) – bundles related extensions
  • Plugin (since Joomla 1.5) – modifies content in articles or provides functions to extend other extensions
  • Template (since Joomla 1.0) – define the look, feel, and navigation capabilities of your site

For an overview of the most important extension types and the functionality they provide, see Extension types (general definitions).

Extension/sv

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An extension is a software package that extends your Joomla! installation in some way. A small selection of extensions is included with the default Joomla! installation but many more are available from the Joomla! Extensions Directory.

The term extension is generic and the following specific extension types are available:

  • Component (since Joomla 1.0) – adds custom functions to your site that can be selected from menus
  • Language (since Joomla 1.0) – defines an additional language for your site
  • Library (since Joomla 2.5) – provides functions to be used by other extensions
  • Module (since Joomla 1.0) – shows nonessential data in a side box, possibly on multiple pages
  • Package (since Joomla 2.5) – bundles related extensions
  • Plugin (since Joomla 1.5) – modifies content in articles or provides functions to extend other extensions
  • Template (since Joomla 1.0) – define the look, feel, and navigation capabilities of your site

For an overview of the most important extension types and the functionality they provide, see Extension types (general definitions).

Jdoc statement

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/bg

Декларация jdoc е включена във всеки шаблон на Joomla и показва, къде трябва да поставите изхода(output) от други части на Joomla! или разширения в цялостната уеб страница. Типичната jdoc декларация изглежда така: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/ca

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/fr

Les Déclarations jdoc sont présentes dans tous les templates Joomla! et permettent d'indiquer l'endroit où le rendu d'un élément de Joomla! ou d'une extension doit être placé dans la page web. Une déclaration type jdoc ressemble à ceci : <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/id

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/ja

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/nl

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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Jdoc statement/sv

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

Languages

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Jdoc statement/sw

jdoc statements are included in every Joomla template and indicate where the output from other parts of Joomla or its extensions should be positioned in the overall web page. A typical jdoc statement looks like this: <jdoc:include type="component" />

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LDAP

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a protocol designed to access directory systems over TCP/IP. Because of this various databases provide an LDAP interface such as Microsoft's Active Directory, Novell's eDirectory, as well as more dedicated LDAP solutions such as OpenLDAP.

Joomla! has had a native LDAP library, JLDAP Joomla 2.5 (changed to JClientLDAP in Joomla 3.x) and a native LDAP authentication plugin. This allows Joomla! to authenticate against LDAP systems out of the box: to configure, go to the Plugin Manager and enable and edit the Authentication - LDAP plugin.

You can also read a tutorial on getting started from scratch with LDAP.

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LDAP/bg

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) - това е протокол, проектиран за достъп до системите на директории чрез TCP/IP. Благодарение на този интерфейс в LDAP предоставят различни бази данни, като например Microsoft's Active Directory, Novell's eDirectory, а също и най - добри LDAP, решения като OpenLDAP.

Joomla! има собствена LDAP библиотека,JLDAP Joomla 2.5 (промяна на JClientLDAP в Joomla 3.x) и собствен плъгин за разрешение за LDAP. Това позволява на Joomla! оторизация чрез системата за LDAP: за да настроите отидете в мениджър на плъгини и включете плъгина "Authentication - LDAP".

Можете също така да прочетете урок как да започнем с LDAP.

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LDAP/sv

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a protocol designed to access directory systems over TCP/IP. Because of this various databases provide an LDAP interface such as Microsoft's Active Directory, Novell's eDirectory, as well as more dedicated LDAP solutions such as OpenLDAP.

Joomla! has had a native LDAP library, JLDAP Joomla 2.5 (changed to JClientLDAP in Joomla 3.x) and a native LDAP authentication plugin. This allows Joomla! to authenticate against LDAP systems out of the box: to configure, go to the Plugin Manager and enable and edit the Authentication - LDAP plugin.

Du kan också läsa en tutorial på för att komma igång från början med LDAP.

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Language

Languages are perhaps the most basic and critical extension type. Languages are packaged as either a core language pack or an extension language pack. These packages consist of INI files which contain key/value pairs. These key/value pairs provide the translation of static text strings within Joomla! source code. This allows both the Joomla! core and third party components and modules to be internationalised. Core language packs also include an XML meta file describing the language and providing information about the fonts to use for PDF content generation.

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Language/bg

Езиците са може би най - обикновенните и значителни приложения. Езиците са пакети, които се делят на основни пакети за ядрото или на езикови пакети за приложенията. Тези пакети се състоят от INI файлове, които съдържат key/value pairs. Тези key/value pairs осигуряват превод на статичните езикови редове намиращи се в кода на Joomla!. Това позволява както за основните приложения на Joomla! така и за допълнителните компоненти възможността за превод на различни езици.

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Language/ca

Languages are perhaps the most basic and critical extension type. Languages are packaged as either a core language pack or an extension language pack. These packages consist of INI files which contain key/value pairs. These key/value pairs provide the translation of static text strings within Joomla! source code. This allows both the Joomla! core and third party components and modules to be internationalised. Core language packs also include an XML meta file describing the language and providing information about the fonts to use for PDF content generation.

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Language/da

Languages are perhaps the most basic and critical extension type. Languages are packaged as either a core language pack or an extension language pack. These packages consist of INI files which contain key/value pairs. These key/value pairs provide the translation of static text strings within Joomla! source code. This allows both the Joomla! core and third party components and modules to be internationalised. Core language packs also include an XML meta file describing the language and providing information about the fonts to use for PDF content generation.

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Language/ja

Languages are perhaps the most basic and critical extension type. Languages are packaged as either a core language pack or an extension language pack. These packages consist of INI files which contain key/value pairs. These key/value pairs provide the translation of static text strings within Joomla! source code. This allows both the Joomla! core and third party components and modules to be internationalised. Core language packs also include an XML meta file describing the language and providing information about the fonts to use for PDF content generation.

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Language/sv

Languages are perhaps the most basic and critical extension type. Languages are packaged as either a core language pack or an extension language pack. These packages consist of INI files which contain key/value pairs. These key/value pairs provide the translation of static text strings within Joomla! source code. This allows both the Joomla! core and third party components and modules to be internationalised. Core language packs also include an XML meta file describing the language and providing information about the fonts to use for PDF content generation.

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Menu

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

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Menu/bg

В Joomla!, "Менюто" е комплект от "елементи от менюто" използвани за уеб сайт навигация. Всеки елемент от менюто определя URL към определена уеб страница и съдържа настройки, които контролират съдържанието(статии, списъци категории, тагове и т.н) и стилът на страницата(модули, шаблон).

Създаването на меню е доста просто. От раздела "Менюта" в административния панел изберете: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. В отворената Menu Manager: Add Menu страница въведете заглавието в полето "Заглавие *" (задължително), типа на менюто в поле "Тип на менюто *" (задължитено) и ако желаете кратко описание на менюто в поле "Описание" (не е задължитено). След това може да започнете дадобавяте нови елементи към това меню.

Всеки уеб сайт може да има повече от едно меню.

Показване на меню

Дадено "Меню" няма да се покаже автоматично в сайта. За това трябва да се създаде "Меню модул" като използвате "'мениджър модули"' и в този модул да се окаже кое меню да бъде показвано. След това може да изберете къде да бъде показван този модул в сайта, това се прави като изберете налична модулна позиция на активния шаблон.

Има също и допълнителни настройки за това, къде и как да се позиционира менюто, които може да направите в меню модула. Така че можете да настроите да се показва на няколко определени страници или на всички (прилагане на модула към различни страници в менютата), да го направите видим за всички или само за определени групи потребители(например само за регистрирани).

Също така е възможно да се създаде разделяне на менюто.

Скрити менюта

Всяко меню, което не е показано от някакъв модул обикновено се нарича "'скрито меню"'. Скрити менюта могат да бъдат използвани за създаването URL връзки, които не се виждат на една страница без менюта. Например, това може да бъде много подходящо, ако искате да създадете уеб-страница на някаква конкретна статия, с определена URL връзка и специфични настройки на съдържанието (оформление, модули), тя да е достъпна от друга страница (материал, категория на блога, модул и т.н.), но без да се показва в менютата или където и да било другаде.

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Menu/ca

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

Languages

Other languages:
català • ‎dansk • ‎English • ‎español • ‎français • ‎magyar • ‎Bahasa Indonesia • ‎italiano • ‎日本語 • ‎Nederlands • ‎português do Brasil • ‎русский • ‎Kiswahili • ‎Türkçe

Menu/da

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

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Menu/id

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

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Menu/ja

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

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Menu/sv

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

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Menu/sw

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 holds settings that control the contents (articles, category(ies) lists, tagged items, etc) and style (module(s), layout) of that page.

Creating menus is rather simple. From the Admin Menu, in the backend of your Joomla! site, you choose: Menus > Menu Manager > Add New Menu. On the opened to you Menu Manager: Add Menu page enter your menu title into the "Title *" field (mandatory), your menu type into the "Menu type *" field (mandatory) and, if you wish, your menu brief description into the "Description" field (optional). After that you can start adding new menu items to this new menu.

Any website can have more than one menu.

Showing a menu

A Menu isn't automatically shown on the site's front-end. You need to create a Menu Module using the Module Manager and instruct the module which Menu to show. Subsequently, you can select where the module should appear on the site, by choosing one of the available Module Positions of the active Template.

There is even more control on when the menu should appear, by adjusting the settings of the menu module. So, you can set it to appear in all or just a few pages of your choice (assigning the module on menu items), or make it visible to all, or only specific user-groups (e.g. registered users).

It is also possible to create Split menus.

Hidden Menus

A Menu that isn't shown by any module is commonly called a hidden menu. Hidden menus can be used to create URLs that are not visible on any page, within menus. For example, this can be very useful, if we want to create a single article page, with a custom URL, and specific content settings (layout, modules), that could be accessible through another page (article, blog category, module, etc), but we don't want to display a Menu Item for it, anywhere on our Menus.

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Model-View-Controller

Joomla makes extensive use of the Model-View-Controller design pattern.

When Joomla is started to process a request from a user, such as a GET for a particular page, or a POST containing form data, one of the first things that Joomla does is to analyse the URL to determine which component will be responsible for processing the request, and hand control over to that component.

If the component has been designed according to the MVC pattern, it will pass control to the controller. The controller is responsible for analysing the request and determining which model(s) will be needed to satisfy the request, and which view should be used to return the results back to the user.

The model encapsulates the data used by the component. In most cases this data will come from a database, either the Joomla database, or some external database, but it is also possible for the model to obtain data from other sources, such as via a web services API running on another server. The model is also responsible for updating the database where appropriate. The purpose of the model is to isolate the controller and view from the details of how data is obtained or amended.

The view is responsible for generating the output that gets sent to the browser by the component. It calls on the model for any information it needs and formats it appropriately. For example, a list of data items pulled from the model could be wrapped into an HTML table by the view.

Since Joomla is designed to be highly modular, the output from the component is generally only part of the complete web page that the user will ultimately see. Once the view has generated the output, the component hands control back to the Joomla framework which then loads and executes the template. The template combines the output from the component, and any modules that are active on the current page, so that it can be delivered to the browser as a single page.

To provide additional power and flexibility to web designers, who may only be concerned with creating new designs rather than manipulating the underlying code, Joomla splits the traditional view into a separate view and layout. The view pulls data from the model, as in a traditional MVC pattern, but then simply makes that data available to the layout, which is responsible for formatting the data for presentation to the user. The advantage of having this split is that the Joomla template system provides a simple mechanism for layouts to be overridden in the template. These layout overrides (often called "template overrides" because they form part of the template, although actually it is the layout that is being overridden) are bundled with the template and give the template designer complete control over all the output from the Joomla core and any installed third-party extensions that comply with the MVC design pattern.

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Module

Modules are lightweight and flexible extensions used for page rendering. These modules are often “boxes” arranged around a component on a typical page. A well-known example is the login module. Modules are assigned per menu item, so you can decide to show or hide (for example) the login module depending on which page (menu item) the user is currently on. Some modules are linked to components: the “latest news” module, for example, links to the content component (com_content) and displays links to the newest content items. However, modules do not need to be linked to components; they don't even need to be linked to anything and can be just static HTML or text.

Modules are managed in the Joomla! Administrator view by the Module Manager. More information about module management can be found on the appropriate version help screens.

See also: Component, Plugin, Template

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Module/bg

В типичен вид на уеб - страница модулите най - често са "кутии", поддържани от някакъв компонент. Добре познат пример за това е модула за вход(login). Модулите се предназначават за елемент от менюто, така че можете да решите дали да ги покажете или скриете, като пример модула за вход в системата, в зависимост от това на кои страници се намира потребителя в момента. Някои модули са прикачени към компоненти: "последни новини" модула, като пример, е свързан с компонента за статии (com_content) и показва връзки към най - новите статии. Не е задължително обаче модулите да бъдат свързани към компоненти, или каквото и да било друго. Може просто да са като статичен код на HTML или обикновен текст.

Модулите се управляват в Joomla! администрацията от Модулния мениджър. Повече информация за управлението на модулите може да намерите тук.

Вижте също: Компоненти, Плъгини, Шаблони

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Module/sv

Modules are lightweight and flexible extensions used for page rendering. These modules are often “boxes” arranged around a component on a typical page. A well-known example is the login module. Modules are assigned per menu item, so you can decide to show or hide (for example) the login module depending on which page (menu item) the user is currently on. Some modules are linked to components: the “latest news” module, for example, links to the content component (com_content) and displays links to the newest content items. However, modules do not need to be linked to components; they don't even need to be linked to anything and can be just static HTML or text.

Modules are managed in the Joomla! Administrator view by the Module Manager. More information about module management can be found on the appropriate version help screens.

See also: Component, Plugin, Template

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Module Class Suffix

Module Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! modules. It is set Module: [Edit] screen under Advanced Parameters. Setting this parameter causes Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for the div element for this specific module.

When Joomla! generates a module, it automatically create a CSS class called "moduletable" to allow styling of the module -- for example,

<div class="moduletable">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass". The HTML will be changed to

<div class="moduletable myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="moduletable_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this module that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the module without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See Using Class Suffixes for more information.

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Module Class Suffix/sv

Module Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! modules. It is set Module: [Edit] screen under Advanced Parameters. Setting this parameter causes Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for the div element for this specific module.

When Joomla! generates a module, it automatically create a CSS class called "moduletable" to allow styling of the module -- for example,

<div class="moduletable">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass". The HTML will be changed to

<div class="moduletable myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="moduletable_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this module that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the module without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See Using Class Suffixes for more information.

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Module Position

A module position is a placeholder in a template. Placeholders identify one or several positions within the template and tell the Joomla! application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The template designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between templates and the respective Joomla! default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

For example, the module position Left could be defined to be on the left side of the template to display a site navigation menu. So if a module is assigned the Left position, it will be displayed wherever the designer puts that Left module position - not necessarily the left side of the page.

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Module Position/bg

Модулната позиция е определено пространство в шаблона. Тези пространства в шаблона са разделени на различни позиции и казват на Joomla! къде да постави данните от модула предназначен към дадена позиция. Дизайнера на шаблона има пълен контрол над тези позиции, създава различни комбинации между шаблоните и съответните стандартни Joomla! позиции, приложени към модули в инсталацията с демонстрационните данни.

Например, позицията "Ляво" може да се определи като намираща се от лявата страна на този шаблон, за да покаже навигационното меню на сайта. Ако модулът е предназначен за тази позиция, той ще се покаже там, където дизайнера на шаблона е предназначил да бъде тази позиция - не е задължително тя да е в лявата част на страницата.

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Module Position/ca

A module position is a placeholder in a template. Placeholders identify one or several positions within the template and tell the Joomla! application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The template designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between templates and the respective Joomla! default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

For example, the module position Left could be defined to be on the left side of the template to display a site navigation menu. So if a module is assigned the Left position, it will be displayed wherever the designer puts that Left module position - not necessarily the left side of the page.

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Module Position/da

A module position is a placeholder in a template. Placeholders identify one or several positions within the template and tell the Joomla! application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The template designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between templates and the respective Joomla! default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

For example, the module position Left could be defined to be on the left side of the template to display a site navigation menu. So if a module is assigned the Left position, it will be displayed wherever the designer puts that Left module position - not necessarily the left side of the page.

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Module Position/id

A module position is a placeholder in a template. Placeholders identify one or several positions within the template and tell the Joomla! application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The template designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between templates and the respective Joomla! default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

Sebagai contoh, posisi modul Left dapat didefinisikan untuk berada di sisi kiri templat untuk menampilkan menu navigasi situs. Jadi, jika sebuah modul ditetapkan pada posisi Left, dia akan ditampilkan di mana pun desainer menempatkan posisi modul Left tersebut - tidak harus selalu pada sisi kiri halaman.

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Module Position/ja

A module position is a placeholder in a template. Placeholders identify one or several positions within the template and tell the Joomla! application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The template designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between templates and the respective Joomla! default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

For example, the module position Left could be defined to be on the left side of the template to display a site navigation menu. So if a module is assigned the Left position, it will be displayed wherever the designer puts that Left module position - not necessarily the left side of the page.

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Module Position/sv

A module position is a placeholder in a template. Placeholders identify one or several positions within the template and tell the Joomla! application where to place output from modules assigned to a particular position. The template designer has complete control over module positions, creating variations between templates and the respective Joomla! default positions assigned to modules in the installation sample data.

For example, the module position Left could be defined to be on the left side of the template to display a site navigation menu. So if a module is assigned the Left position, it will be displayed wherever the designer puts that Left module position - not necessarily the left side of the page.

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Module chrome

Module chrome allows template designers to have a certain amount of control over the way the output from a Module is displayed in their template. Essentially, it consists of a small amount of predefined HTML which is inserted before, after, or around the output from each module, and which can then be styled using CSS. Module chrome is commonly used to provide borders around modules, especially with rounded corners, but it can be used for much more than that.

Module chrome is determined by using the 'style' attribute in the statement calling the module. For example, the following statement may be used in the index.php file of the currently assigned as main template to insert the Modules in the 'user1' position and apply the 'custom' Module chrome:

<jdoc:include type="modules" name="user1" style="custom" />

It can be seen that the same Module chrome is applied to every Module in that position - in other words, if you want to have two Modules in a column, but want them to have different Module chrome, then they would need to be set up as two different 'positions' (e.g. 'user1' and 'user2').

The standard Joomla! 1.5+ package includes six default Module chrome styles. However, the flexibility of the template system means that you are not limited to these styles - it's very easy to create as many new styles as you want!

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Module chrome/ca

Module chrome allows template designers to have a certain amount of control over the way the output from a Module is displayed in their template. Essentially, it consists of a small amount of predefined HTML which is inserted before, after, or around the output from each module, and which can then be styled using CSS. Module chrome is commonly used to provide borders around modules, especially with rounded corners, but it can be used for much more than that.

Module chrome is determined by using the 'style' attribute in the statement calling the module. For example, the following statement may be used in the index.php file of the currently assigned as main template to insert the Modules in the 'user1' position and apply the 'custom' Module chrome:

<jdoc:include type="modules" name="user1" style="custom" />

It can be seen that the same Module chrome is applied to every Module in that position - in other words, if you want to have two Modules in a column, but want them to have different Module chrome, then they would need to be set up as two different 'positions' (e.g. 'user1' and 'user2').

The standard Joomla! 1.5+ package includes six default Module chrome styles. However, the flexibility of the template system means that you are not limited to these styles - it's very easy to create as many new styles as you want!

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Module chrome/ja

Module chrome allows template designers to have a certain amount of control over the way the output from a Module is displayed in their template. Essentially, it consists of a small amount of predefined HTML which is inserted before, after, or around the output from each module, and which can then be styled using CSS. Module chrome is commonly used to provide borders around modules, especially with rounded corners, but it can be used for much more than that.

Module chrome is determined by using the 'style' attribute in the statement calling the module. For example, the following statement may be used in the index.php file of the currently assigned as main template to insert the Modules in the 'user1' position and apply the 'custom' Module chrome:

<jdoc:include type="modules" name="user1" style="custom" />

It can be seen that the same Module chrome is applied to every Module in that position - in other words, if you want to have two Modules in a column, but want them to have different Module chrome, then they would need to be set up as two different 'positions' (e.g. 'user1' and 'user2').

The standard Joomla! 1.5+ package includes six default Module chrome styles. However, the flexibility of the template system means that you are not limited to these styles - it's very easy to create as many new styles as you want!

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PHP

PHP is a computer scripting language designed for creating dynamic web pages. PHP is widely-used for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating web pages as output. Joomla! is primarily written using the PHP language. For more information, see Where can you learn about PHP?

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PHP/bg

PHP е скриптов компютърен език, предназначен за създаване на динамични уеб страници. PHP е широко използван за уеб разработки и може да бъде поставен в HTML. Той работи предимно на уеб сървър, като се взема PHP кода като вход и се създават уеб страници като изход. Joomla! е написанна предимно на езика PHP. За повече информация вижте Къде мога да науча PHP?

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PHP/ca

PHP is a computer scripting language designed for creating dynamic web pages. PHP is widely-used for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating web pages as output. Joomla! is primarily written using the PHP language. For more information, see Where can you learn about PHP?

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PHP/da

PHP is a computer scripting language designed for creating dynamic web pages. PHP is widely-used for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating web pages as output. Joomla! is primarily written using the PHP language. For more information, see Where can you learn about PHP?

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PHP/ja

PHP is a computer scripting language designed for creating dynamic web pages. PHP is widely-used for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating web pages as output. Joomla! is primarily written using the PHP language. For more information, see Where can you learn about PHP?

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PHP/sv

PHP is a computer scripting language designed for creating dynamic web pages. PHP is widely-used for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating web pages as output. Joomla! is primarily written using the PHP language. For more information, see Where can you learn about PHP?

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Page Class Suffix

Page Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! content menu items. It is set in a particular menu item: [Edit Menu Item] page, under the "Page Display" tab. A new page class suffix will cause Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for elements in the assigned to this very menu item page layout.

When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element

<div class="componentheading">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass" and it will be inserted as a class for elements in that Menu Item. In this case the example above will be changed to

<div class="componentheading myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="componentheading_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this component that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the component without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See also: Using Class Suffixes, Using the Page Class Suffix in Template Code

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Page Class Suffix/ca

Page Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! content menu items. It is set in a particular menu item: [Edit Menu Item] page, under the "Page Display" tab. A new page class suffix will cause Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for elements in the assigned to this very menu item page layout.

When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element

<div class="componentheading">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass" and it will be inserted as a class for elements in that Menu Item. In this case the example above will be changed to

<div class="componentheading myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="componentheading_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this component that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the component without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See also: Using Class Suffixes, Using the Page Class Suffix in Template Code

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Page Class Suffix/da

Page Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! content menu items. It is set in a particular menu item: [Edit Menu Item] page, under the "Page Display" tab. A new page class suffix will cause Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for elements in the assigned to this very menu item page layout.

When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element

<div class="componentheading">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass" and it will be inserted as a class for elements in that Menu Item. In this case the example above will be changed to

<div class="componentheading myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="componentheading_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this component that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the component without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See also: Using Class Suffixes, Using the Page Class Suffix in Template Code

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Page Class Suffix/ja

Page Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! content menu items. It is set in a particular menu item: [Edit Menu Item] page, under the "Page Display" tab. A new page class suffix will cause Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for elements in the assigned to this very menu item page layout.

When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element

<div class="componentheading">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass" and it will be inserted as a class for elements in that Menu Item. In this case the example above will be changed to

<div class="componentheading myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="componentheading_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this component that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the component without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See also: Using Class Suffixes, Using the Page Class Suffix in Template Code

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Page Class Suffix/sv

Page Class Suffix is a parameter in Joomla! content menu items. It is set in a particular menu item: [Edit Menu Item] page, under the "Page Display" tab. A new page class suffix will cause Joomla! to either add a new CSS class or modify the existing CSS class for elements in the assigned to this very menu item page layout.

When Joomla! generates a page, it automatically creates pre-defined CSS classes to allow styling of the page. For example, a page might have the element

<div class="componentheading">

To create a new class, enter the parameter with a leading space. For example, entering a space plus "myNewClass" will create a new CSS class called "myNewClass" and it will be inserted as a class for elements in that Menu Item. In this case the example above will be changed to

<div class="componentheading myNewClass">

To change the name of the existing class, enter in the parameter without a leading space. For example, entering "_mySuffix" (no leading space) will cause the HTML to changed to

<div class="componentheading_mySuffix">

Generally, it is recommended to use a leading space to create a new class. This way, CSS styling for this component that uses the standard class names will continue to work. You can use the new class name to add any desired styling to the component without needing to re-create all of the existing CSS code. Note that, if you create a new class name, make sure it has a unique name and doesn't conflict with any existing class names.

See also: Using Class Suffixes, Using the Page Class Suffix in Template Code

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Patch

The term patch file is used for two different file types. The term patch file is sometimes used to refer to archive files that allow you to upgrade from one Joomla! version to another (for example, from version 1.0.0 to version 1.0.7). These upgrade files are also referred to as upgrade packages.

The other meaning for a patch file is a file created by source code version control software -- for example, Subversion or SVN, which is used for the Joomla! source code. This type of patch file contains instructions for changing the contents of one or more source code files. The SVN software reads the patch file and then can automatically change the source code of the files being patched.

Patch files are used by the Bug Squad to test proposed bug fixes. They can also be used to contribute proposed new features to the version under development. For more information about the structure of SVN patch files, read Learn more about patch files.

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Patch/bg

The term patch file is used for two different file types. The term patch file is sometimes used to refer to archive files that allow you to upgrade from one Joomla! version to another (for example, from version 1.0.0 to version 1.0.7). These upgrade files are also referred to as upgrade packages.

The other meaning for a patch file is a file created by source code version control software -- for example, Subversion or SVN, which is used for the Joomla! source code. This type of patch file contains instructions for changing the contents of one or more source code files. The SVN software reads the patch file and then can automatically change the source code of the files being patched.

Patch files are used by the Bug Squad to test proposed bug fixes. They can also be used to contribute proposed new features to the version under development. For more information about the structure of SVN patch files, read Learn more about patch files.

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Patch/ja

The term patch file is used for two different file types. The term patch file is sometimes used to refer to archive files that allow you to upgrade from one Joomla! version to another (for example, from version 1.0.0 to version 1.0.7). These upgrade files are also referred to as upgrade packages.

The other meaning for a patch file is a file created by source code version control software -- for example, Subversion or SVN, which is used for the Joomla! source code. This type of patch file contains instructions for changing the contents of one or more source code files. The SVN software reads the patch file and then can automatically change the source code of the files being patched.

Patch files are used by the Bug Squad to test proposed bug fixes. They can also be used to contribute proposed new features to the version under development. For more information about the structure of SVN patch files, read Learn more about patch files.

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Patch/pt-br

The term patch file is used for two different file types. The term patch file is sometimes used to refer to archive files that allow you to upgrade from one Joomla! version to another (for example, from version 1.0.0 to version 1.0.7). These upgrade files are also referred to as upgrade packages.

The other meaning for a patch file is a file created by source code version control software -- for example, Subversion or SVN, which is used for the Joomla! source code. This type of patch file contains instructions for changing the contents of one or more source code files. The SVN software reads the patch file and then can automatically change the source code of the files being patched.

Patch files are used by the Bug Squad to test proposed bug fixes. They can also be used to contribute proposed new features to the version under development. For more information about the structure of SVN patch files, read Learn more about patch files.

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Patch/sv

The term patch file is used for two different file types. The term patch file is sometimes used to refer to archive files that allow you to upgrade from one Joomla! version to another (for example, from version 1.0.0 to version 1.0.7). These upgrade files are also referred to as upgrade packages.

The other meaning for a patch file is a file created by source code version control software -- for example, Subversion or SVN, which is used for the Joomla! source code. This type of patch file contains instructions for changing the contents of one or more source code files. The SVN software reads the patch file and then can automatically change the source code of the files being patched.

Patch files are used by the Bug Squad to test proposed bug fixes. They can also be used to contribute proposed new features to the version under development. For more information about the structure of SVN patch files, read Learn more about patch files.

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Plugin

A plugin is a kind of Joomla! extension. Plugins provide functions which are associated with trigger events. Joomla provides a set of core plugin events, but any extension can fire (custom) events. When a particular event occurs, all plugin functions of the type associated with the event are executed in sequence. This is a powerful way of extending the functionality of the Joomla! Platform. It also offers extension developers a way to allow other extensions to respond to their actions, making extensions extensible.

The Joomla! plugin architecture follows the Observer design pattern. The JPlugin class provides the means to register custom plugin code with core or custom events. The JDispatcher class (JEventDispatcher in Joomla 3.x) is an event handler which calls all plugins registered for a particular event, when that event is triggered.

See also: Component, Module, Template

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Plugin/bg

Плъгината е тип Joomla! extension/bg. Плъгините предоставят функции, които се отнасят за различни събития. Joomla предоставя набор от такива събития, но всяко приложение може да използва свои собствени. Когато събитието се случи, всички функционалности на плъгина, които са пряко свързани се изпълняват последователно. Това помага за разширяване на функционалностите на Joomla! Platform/bg. Плъгините също така предоставят на разработичиците начин по - който е възможно други приложения да реагират на тези действия, което само по себе си разширява приложенията.

Вградените плъгини на Joomla! следват Observer design pattern. JPlugin класът предоставя инструмент, с който да може да регистрирате плъгин код. JDispatcher класът (JEventDispatcher в Joomla 3.x) е един вид манипулатор, който използва всички плъгини за дадено събитие, когато то започне.

Вижте също: Компоненти, Модули, Шаблони

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Plugin/ru

Плагин - это вид расширения [системы] Joomla!. Плагины предоставляют функции, которые относятся к запусканию [системных] событий. Joomla предоставляет некоторый набор плагинов событий, но запускать (произвольные) события может любое расширение. Когда имеет место определенное [системное] событие, то последовательно запускаются все функции плагина, связанного с данным событием. Это - мощное средство для расширений функционала платфоры Joomla!. Плагины также предоставляют разработчикам сторонних расширений возможность позволять другим расширениям отзываться на их действия, разрешая таким образом их расширениям расширяться.

Архитектура плагинов [системы] Joomla! выполнена согласно шаблона проектирования Observer. Класс JPlugin предоставляет средство для регистрации кода произвольного плагина у произвольных событий или событий ядра [Joomla]. Класс JDispatcher (в Joomla 3.x - JEventDispatcher) - это некоторый обработчик событий, который вызывает все зарегистрированные для некоторого события плагины когда это событие запускается.

Смотрите также: Компонент, Модуль, Шаблон

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Plugin/sv

A plugin is a kind of Joomla! extension. Plugins provide functions which are associated with trigger events. Joomla provides a set of core plugin events, but any extension can fire (custom) events. When a particular event occurs, all plugin functions of the type associated with the event are executed in sequence. This is a powerful way of extending the functionality of the Joomla! Platform. It also offers extension developers a way to allow other extensions to respond to their actions, making extensions extensible.

The Joomla! plugin architecture follows the Observer design pattern. The JPlugin class provides the means to register custom plugin code with core or custom events. The JDispatcher class (JEventDispatcher in Joomla 3.x) is an event handler which calls all plugins registered for a particular event, when that event is triggered.

See also: Component, Module, Template

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Search Engine Friendly URLs

Search engine friendly URLs is a term commonly abbreviated as SEF URLs or SEF for short. Normal Joomla! URLs look something like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

You can optionally have URLs display to look like static HTML pages like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/faq.html

Since Joomla! 1.5, there are built-in options for generating SEF URLs. These are enabled by changing the "SEO Settings" (Search Engine Optimisation) in the Site tab in the Global Configuration screen in the Joomla! back end. There are also third-party extensions that create SEF URLs for Joomla!.

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Search Engine Friendly URLs/bg

СЕО приятелски адреси е съкратен термин от SEF URLs или съкратено SEF. Обикновенните Joomla! URLs изглеждат по този начин:

http://www.yoursite.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

По ваш избор може да конфигурирате показването на връзките(URLs) да изглеждат като статични HTML уеб страници, като тези:

http://www.yoursite.org/faq.html

От Joomla! 1.5, има вградени опции за създаване на SEF URls връзки. Могат да бъдат ползвани чрез промяна на "SEO настройките" в Глобалната конфигурация на сайта. Има също и допълнителни приложения, които създават SEF URLs за Joomla!

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Search Engine Friendly URLs/ca

Search engine friendly URLs is a term commonly abbreviated as SEF URLs or SEF for short. Normal Joomla! URLs look something like this:

http://www.latevaweb.cat/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

You can optionally have URLs display to look like static HTML pages like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/faq.html

Since Joomla! 1.5, there are built-in options for generating SEF URLs. These are enabled by changing the "SEO Settings" (Search Engine Optimisation) in the Site tab in the Global Configuration screen in the Joomla! back end. There are also third-party extensions that create SEF URLs for Joomla!.

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Search Engine Friendly URLs/da

Search engine friendly URLs is a term commonly abbreviated as SEF URLs or SEF for short. Normal Joomla! URLs look something like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

You can optionally have URLs display to look like static HTML pages like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/faq.html

Since Joomla! 1.5, there are built-in options for generating SEF URLs. These are enabled by changing the "SEO Settings" (Search Engine Optimisation) in the Site tab in the Global Configuration screen in the Joomla! back end. There are also third-party extensions that create SEF URLs for Joomla!.

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Search Engine Friendly URLs/ja

Search engine friendly URLs is a term commonly abbreviated as SEF URLs or SEF for short. Normal Joomla! URLs look something like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

任意で各ページを静的HTMLページのようURLで表示することができます。

http://www.yoursite.org/faq.html

Since Joomla! 1.5, there are built-in options for generating SEF URLs. These are enabled by changing the "SEO Settings" (Search Engine Optimisation) in the Site tab in the Global Configuration screen in the Joomla! back end. There are also third-party extensions that create SEF URLs for Joomla!.

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Search Engine Friendly URLs/pt-br

URLs Amigáveis para Mecanismos de Busca é um termo comumente abreviado como SEF URLs ou apenas SEF. Uma URL do Joomla costuma ter o seguinte formato:

http://www.yoursite.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

É possível configurar para que as URLs sejam exibidas como se fossem uma página de HTML estático, como nesse exemplo:

http://www.seusite.org/faq.html

Desde Joomla! 1.5 existem opções no sistema para gerar URLs SEF. São ativados nas Configurações de SEO (Otimização para Mecanismos de Busca) na aba Site da Configuração Global no administrador do sistema. Existem também extensões de terceiros que criam URLs SEF para o Joomla!

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Search Engine Friendly URLs/sv

Search engine friendly URLs is a term commonly abbreviated as SEF URLs or SEF for short. Normal Joomla! URLs look something like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=41

You can optionally have URLs display to look like static HTML pages like this:

http://www.yoursite.org/faq.html

Since Joomla! 1.5, there are built-in options for generating SEF URLs. These are enabled by changing the "SEO Settings" (Search Engine Optimisation) in the Site tab in the Global Configuration screen in the Joomla! back end. There are also third-party extensions that create SEF URLs for Joomla!.

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Split menus

A split menu is where different levels of a single menu are displayed in two or more locations on a single web page.

For example, a common requirement is for a menu of top-level items to appear at the top of the page. When one of the items is clicked the user is taken to a page where a secondary menu, say on the left of the page, shows second-level items within the scope of the top-level item.

The menus appear in separate locations on the page, but are related because one shows only top-level items while the other shows second-level items. This idea can be extended to include menus for third-level items and beyond.

This can be implemented in Joomla using a single multi-level menu then creating more than one menu module each referring to a different level.

See also: Menu

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Split menus/ja

A split menu is where different levels of a single menu are displayed in two or more locations on a single web page.

For example, a common requirement is for a menu of top-level items to appear at the top of the page. When one of the items is clicked the user is taken to a page where a secondary menu, say on the left of the page, shows second-level items within the scope of the top-level item.

The menus appear in separate locations on the page, but are related because one shows only top-level items while the other shows second-level items. This idea can be extended to include menus for third-level items and beyond.

This can be implemented in Joomla using a single multi-level menu then creating more than one menu module each referring to a different level.

See also: Menu

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Template

A template is a type of Joomla! extension that changes the way your site looks. There are two types of templates used by the Joomla! CMS: Front-end Templates and Back-end Templates. The Front-end Template controls the way your website is presented to the user viewing the website's content. The Back-end Template controls the way your website's administrative tasks are presented for controlling management functions by a Joomla! Administrator. These would include common tasks such as: user, menu, article, category, module, component, plugin and template management.

See also: Component, Module, Plugin

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Template/bg

Шаблоните са тип Joomla! приложение, което променя изгледа на вашия сайт. Има два типа шаблони, които се ползват от Joomla! системата: Фронт - енд шаблони и Бак - енд шаблони. Фронт - енд шаблоните контролират начина, по който уеб сайта показва съдържанието на потребителите. Бак - енд шаблоните контролират начина, по който вашите административни задължения се показват и контролират от функциите на Joomla! Администраторите. Това може да включва основни неща като: потребители, менюта, статии, категории, модули, компоненти, плъгини и шаблони.

Вижте също: Компоненти, Модули, Плъгини

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Template/sv

A template is a type of Joomla! extension that changes the way your site looks. There are two types of templates used by the Joomla! CMS: Front-end Templates and Back-end Templates. The Front-end Template controls the way your website is presented to the user viewing the website's content. The Back-end Template controls the way your website's administrative tasks are presented for controlling management functions by a Joomla! Administrator. These would include common tasks such as: user, menu, article, category, module, component, plugin and template management.

See also: Component, Module, Plugin

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Template style

Template style is a feature introduced in Joomla 2.5 that allows users to assign different template styles to individual menu items. By default, Joomla! assigns a template style to all menu items upon installation. A yellow star indicates the default template style in use. A default template style can be partially or completely overridden by assigning different template styles to the desired menu items in order to obtain a different look for their respective pages.

A template style can be assigned to menu items one of two ways.

  • Template manager Extensions  Template Manager
  • Editing a menu item under Menus  Menu Name  Menu item

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Template style/bg

"'Стил на шаблона"' - това е характеристика, предоставена от версия Joomla 2.5, която позволява на потребителите да прилагат различни стилове на шаблона към определени менюта. По подразбиране Joomla! назначава всички елементи на менюто за един стил на всеки един шаблон. Жълтата звездичка показва, използвания шаблон в момента. За да придобие по-различен облик на необходимите уеб страници, стилът на шаблона може да бъде частично или напълно презаписван(променян) и по този начин да се променя визията на сайта.

Стилът на шаблона може да бъде предназначен по един от следните два начина:

  • Чрез шаблон мениджър: Extensions  Template Manager
  • Редакцията на някакъв елемент от менюто: Menus  Menu Name  Menu item

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Template style/ca

Template style is a feature introduced in Joomla 2.5 that allows users to assign different template styles to individual menu items. By default, Joomla! assigns a template style to all menu items upon installation. A yellow star indicates the default template style in use. A default template style can be partially or completely overridden by assigning different template styles to the desired menu items in order to obtain a different look for their respective pages.

A template style can be assigned to menu items one of two ways.

  • Template manager Extensions  Template Manager
  • Editing a menu item under Menus  Menu Name  Menu item

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Template style/da

Template style is a feature introduced in Joomla 2.5 that allows users to assign different template styles to individual menu items. By default, Joomla! assigns a template style to all menu items upon installation. A yellow star indicates the default template style in use. A default template style can be partially or completely overridden by assigning different template styles to the desired menu items in order to obtain a different look for their respective pages.

A template style can be assigned to menu items one of two ways.

  • Template manager Extensions  Template Manager
  • Editing a menu item under Menus  Menu Name  Menu item

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Template style/ja

Template style is a feature introduced in Joomla 2.5 that allows users to assign different template styles to individual menu items. By default, Joomla! assigns a template style to all menu items upon installation. A yellow star indicates the default template style in use. A default template style can be partially or completely overridden by assigning different template styles to the desired menu items in order to obtain a different look for their respective pages.

A template style can be assigned to menu items one of two ways.

  • Template manager Extensions  Template Manager
  • Editing a menu item under Menus  Menu Name  Menu item

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Template style/sv

Template style is a feature introduced in Joomla 2.5 that allows users to assign different template styles to individual menu items. By default, Joomla! assigns a template style to all menu items upon installation. A yellow star indicates the default template style in use. A default template style can be partially or completely overridden by assigning different template styles to the desired menu items in order to obtain a different look for their respective pages.

A template style can be assigned to menu items one of two ways.

  • Template manager Extensions  Template Manager
  • Editing a menu item under Menus  Menu Name  Menu item

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Upgrade Package

An Upgrade Package in Joomla! is an archive of files that contain the files that have changed between Joomla! versions. When this archive is unpacked, it replaces the old version of the modified files with the new version. For example, if fifty files were changed between version 3.x.1 and 3.x.2, the upgrade package from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2 would contain these fifty files and, when unpacked, would replace these fifty files and upgrade the installed version from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2.

Upgrade Packages are also sometimes referred to as patch files. Before installing an Upgrade Package, read the release notes and the Upgrade Instructions relating to the Upgrade Package.

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Upgrade Package/bg

Пакетът за актуализация на Joomla е архивния файл, който съдържа файлове, променени от времето на предишната версия на Joomla. Когато този архив се разархивира, той замества по-старата версия на променените файлове с нова. Например, ако между версиите 3.х.1 и 3.х.2 са били променени петдесет файла, тогава service pack 3.х.1 от 3.х.2 ще съдържа тези петдесет файла и когато те се разархивират се получава заместване върху старите петдесет файла и актуализиране на инсталирана версия с 3.х.1 от 3.х.2.

Пакети за актуализация понякога се наричат пакет за обновяване, актуализация. Преди да инсталирате пакетът за обновяване прочететеистория на версиите и инструкции за подновяване.

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Upgrade Package/ca

Un paquet d'actualització de Joomla! és un arxiu d'arxius que conté el que ha canviat entre versions de Joomla!.Quan aquest arxiu es desempaqueta, reemplaça els arxius antics pels nous.Per exemple, si entre la versió 1.x.1 i la 1.x.2 han canviat 50 arxius, el paquet d'actualització contindrà aquests 50 arxius,els reemplaçarà i actualitzarà de la versió 1.x.1 a la 1.x.2.

Upgrade Packages are also sometimes referred to as patch files. Before installing an Upgrade Package, read the release notes and the Upgrade Instructions relating to the Upgrade Package.

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Upgrade Package/da

An Upgrade Package in Joomla! is an archive of files that contain the files that have changed between Joomla! versions. When this archive is unpacked, it replaces the old version of the modified files with the new version. For example, if fifty files were changed between version 3.x.1 and 3.x.2, the upgrade package from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2 would contain these fifty files and, when unpacked, would replace these fifty files and upgrade the installed version from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2.

Upgrade Packages are also sometimes referred to as patch files. Before installing an Upgrade Package, read the release notes and the Upgrade Instructions relating to the Upgrade Package.

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Upgrade Package/ja

An Upgrade Package in Joomla! is an archive of files that contain the files that have changed between Joomla! versions. When this archive is unpacked, it replaces the old version of the modified files with the new version. For example, if fifty files were changed between version 3.x.1 and 3.x.2, the upgrade package from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2 would contain these fifty files and, when unpacked, would replace these fifty files and upgrade the installed version from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2.

Upgrade Packages are also sometimes referred to as patch files. Before installing an Upgrade Package, read the release notes and the Upgrade Instructions relating to the Upgrade Package.

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Upgrade Package/sv

An Upgrade Package in Joomla! is an archive of files that contain the files that have changed between Joomla! versions. When this archive is unpacked, it replaces the old version of the modified files with the new version. For example, if fifty files were changed between version 3.x.1 and 3.x.2, the upgrade package from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2 would contain these fifty files and, when unpacked, would replace these fifty files and upgrade the installed version from 3.x.1 to 3.x.2.

Upgrade Packages are also sometimes referred to as patch files. Before installing an Upgrade Package, read the release notes and the Upgrade Instructions relating to the Upgrade Package.

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