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joomla tutorialsJoomla World is a movement which aim is to support the open source Joomla! CMS community. We do it by sharing the knowledge with the community, allowing individuals to share their experience with the world. Right now our knowledge base contains tutorials, tips and videos on how to install, manage, enhance Joomla and develop new components for it.

Another project we're working on right now is to offer a selection of Joomla! templates. Of course everything we do is for free!

So if you would like to contribute to the project learn how you can do it here.

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auto frontpage


Auto-Frontpage 1.0 is released!


Auto-Frontpage is a native Joomla! 1.5 plugin which takes care of automatically publishing articles on the frontpage of your Joomla website. First of all it will auto-publish all your new articles - no more messing around with publishing manually and struggling over the right order of articles. Secondly this plugin will also take care of the homepage when you don't have any new articles. in this case the plugin will republish one of your old articles, keeping your site fresh for visitors anda for Search Engines. It's great for SEO and the visitors doesn't get bored. You can define the time period for getting the frontpage updated. Almost any parameters can be configured easily


Joomla Backup tutorial

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Tuesday, 21 July 2009 21:02
This tutorial is going to show you how to create a backup of your Joomla website. Backup is the most important thing in the maintenance of a website. Performing backups on a regular basis will help you to recover your website from security breaches, mistakes or any software/hardware failure with minimal or no loss of information.

How to manually install Joomla 1.5 on a CPanel webhost

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Monday, 06 July 2009 19:55

This is a two parts tutorial on how to manually install Joomla 1.5 on a shared web hosting with CPanel. Although many modern hosts allow automatic installation of Joomla, manual install is still can be useful in cases something goes wrong with the automatic installation, or just because manual installation gives you more control on the process and the outcome. And of course it's a must for hosts which do not have automatic installer. The following tutorial is a step by step guide at the end of which you'll know how to manually install Joomla.


Disable new users registration in Joomla

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Saturday, 03 September 2011 17:55

By default Joomla! websites allow user registrations. You can notice it inside the login form - there should be a "Create an account" link on the bottom of it. Sometimes it's necessary to disable the registration of new users and there are many reasons to do so. If you were wondering how to do it, it's actually pretty straight forward - just follow the instructions below.


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