Joomla! is an open source CMS platform that integrates object oriented programming and is using a powerful model view controller in order to provide a great user experience.
In addition, its capabilities can be extended by installing various extensions: you can create your own, or you can take advantage of the large extensions collection available online.
Detailed installation documentation
To get started with Joomla!, a web server with PHP or MySQL is required, which is usually provided by your hosting service. However, the Joomla! support area also provides detailed documentation on how to install the platform if you are hosting the webpage on your own computer, and more.
Intuitive content management system
Once you have managed to set up Joomla! for your website, everything should run smoothly. To get an idea on how everything should look and what you can do on the platform, you can browse the Joomla! demo website.
Joomla! can be used to create new articles or edit existing entries, to include hyperlinks, to create tables, to add images, to split long articles, to personalize the website design, to control the user access, and much more.
Support for extending its capabilities
The Joomla! platform comes with an application framework that allows developers to develop add-ons that can deal with all sorts of tasks: managing inventories, product catalogues, e-commerce systems, and much more. These application can be easily shared with others because Joomla! is based on MySQL and PHP.
Powerful CMS solution with intuitive designs
Joomla! is offering a content management system that can be used by less experienced users, but is also featuring a powerful platform on which developers can build a wide range of sophisticated applications.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan on March 12th, 2014
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- 4 tracker items resolved:
- GitHub [#3954] - Change the cloak container from div to span
- GitHub [#3956] - Class attributes are not included in mailcloak
- JoomlaCode [#33984] - Getting a 500 when trying to sort users by User Group in Modal
Application descriptionJoomla is a content management system (CMS), designed to help users to design, create and manage websites.Once you can...