Monday, 15 June 2009 13:21
Every Joomla template has some pre-defined positions, where you can put your modules inside. For instance the position "left" of the template JA Purity, which is already installed with Joomla since versions 1.5.x, is the left column, where you could have your main menu positioned. In order to change a module position you can go to the module configuration and on the upper left next to "Position". In the list you can then choose one of the available positions for your module.
Wednesday, 03 June 2009 15:56
Saturday, 30 May 2009 18:43
For sure you have also seen at some point some Joomla modules or components, which are only compatible with Joomla version 1.0. Is there a way to install these extensions on Joomla 1.5? The answer is "yes", but only those which allow this. To make sure this is possible, read first the documentation of the extensions you want to install. Then you have to activate a plugin, which is part of the default Joomla installation and is normally disabled.
Friday, 08 May 2009 15:15
The SEO refers to search engine optimization. The SEO is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a website from search engines. The SEO can also be referred to as SEF, or Search Engine Friendly.
The websites are considered search engine friendly when they can be easily found from them. By default Joomla uses dynamic URL. These URL are usually long and contain many parameters.
Monday, 13 April 2009 20:31
You probably also needed some time to display a module in a Joomla article. This Joomla Tip will explain to you how to do it. The Tip has been tested on Joomla 1.5 in Legacy as well as in Native mode. Only condition for it to work is that the default Joomla plugin called "Load Module" is enabled.
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