free joomla video tutorials

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Integrate joomla with facebook

Do you want to integrate joomla with facebook for things like : Allowing users to login from facebook to your joomla site. Allowing users to comment on your site with their facebook. Allowing users to like your company page etc You have 2 ways : 1 way is that look for joomla extensions site for latest facebook integration joomla extensions See this – But this... [Read More...]

Best free joomla stuff

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Creating a joomla template from photoshop is a great website which converts your psd file into css. This tutorial shows you how to create a joomla template/theme from photoshop . Thanks to ehow for this article. •1 Open Photoshop and design your Joomla template background. Create the template without any boxes for content or information. •2 Create a new layer and name it "content_joomla." This layer is incredibly important, as it is where the major... [Read More...]

How to edit joomla favicon

In Joomla! 1.0, the favicon was stored in the /images directory of the site. The system automatically loads a reference to /images/favicon.ico in the header of a Joomla! 1.0 site, so you could change your favicon by simply replacing that file on your server. Joomla! 1.5 handles favicons differently. Instead of having a central location for the favicon, Joomla! 1.5 loads the favicon from the root directory of whichever template is loaded on your site.... [Read More...]

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