Joomla is a content management system (CMS), designed to help users to design, create and manage websites.
Once you can installed Joomla and you have sorted out your website hosting, you can easily add content such as articles, weblinks, banners, newsfeeds or anything you can think of.
Joomla is able to manage all that content for you and you can use the online documentation or community forums to learn how to use the application most efficiently.
- Apache recommended, any server that supports PHP and MySQL. Works very well with MAMP running on your Mac, locally.
- 31266 - GSoC 2013 - Improved Template Manager
- 31347 - GSoC 2013 - Introducing HTML5 form fields and attributes
- 31989 - GSoC 2013: Microdata semantics library
- 31264 - GSoC 2013: Front-end Site Configuration
- GSoC 2013 - Removed Mootools dependencies
- Miscellaneous interface improvements from the JUX Code Sprint
- 32175 - JED info link in extensions installer and 1-click installer of "install from Web" plugin
- 31436 - *Create a update button to list new Help servers
- 31757 - Enable PSR-0 Autoloading by Default
- 31389 - TinyMCE 4.0 Update
- 31774 - Add the Framework DI Container to the CMS
- 31009 - Add a switch to turn mail sending on/off
- 30944 - Content versioning for core and third-party components
- 31800 - Add Joomla Ajax Interface to core
- 31844 - Rapid Application Framework (Joomla! RAD)
- 31704 - Two factor authentication for Joomla!
- 31725 - Joomla multilingual site automatic installer
- 31727 - Migrate application classes from l...