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How to Create a New Article with Joomla! 1.6

Joomla! 1.6 makes it easy to create and publish your Web site’s content without the need for any complex code. To publish a new Publish article in Joomla! 1.6, just follow these easy steps: [more…]

How to Create a New Menu Item with Joomla! 1.6

Don't stress if you need to create a menu item on your interactive Web page — it's easy when using Joomla! Menu Manager. To add menu items to an existing site, simply use these steps: [more…]

How to Install an Extension with Joomla! 1.6

Thanks to the constantly growing community of Joomla! users and developers, there are literally thousands of extensions that you can download and install to extend the functionality of your Joomla! site [more…]

How to Access Joomla! Managers in 1.6

In the course of building and maintaining a Web site with Joomla! 1.6, you may find yourself working with the various Managers on a regular basis. This quick reference guide illustrates a fast and easy [more…]

Common Joomla! Tasks

Understanding how to navigate through Joomla 1.6 makes building a great-looking interactive Web site easier. Keep viewers’ interest piqued by using the following tips when you design Web sites with Joomla [more…]

The Drupal Reports Menu

Drupal offers a number of reports about the status of your Drupal site, errors, and updates for modules. To view these reports, log in to your Drupal site as the administrator and browse to Reports menu [more…]

Touring the Drupal Dashboard

All Drupal site-building, maintenance, content management, and user management is controlled through the Drupal Dashboard menu bar's administration menus. You can also monitor your Drupal site through [more…]

The Drupal Content Menu

Drupal's Content menu allows you to create and manage content. To quickly create new Drupal content, log in to your Drupal site as the administrator and click the Add Content link. To manage your Drupal [more…]

The Drupal Structure Menu

The options under the Drupal Structure menu help you manage everything involved in controlling the way your Drupal site looks. To access the Drupal Structure menu, log in as administrator and choose Structure [more…]

The Drupal People Settings

The Drupal People page enables you to manage your Drupal site's users and their privileges. To access the Drupal People page, log in to your Drupal site as the administrator and choose People. The options [more…]

The Drupal Configuration Menu

Drupal allows you to configure basic site settings through the Configuration menu, which is a very large set of menus. Basic Drupal site configuration settings, such as date formats, image preferences, [more…]

Create a Drupal User Account

If your Drupal site is configured to allow users to create their own accounts, the site administrator (you) won't necessarily know when a new user registers. However, there are a couple of settings that [more…]

Deciding Where Your Drupal Site Will Live

You’re creating a Drupal website to share information with the people who browse to that site. The first decision you need to make is where (on what web server) your Drupal installation will run — because [more…]

Drupal Website Administrative Overview

After installing Drupal you can browse to your new website. Your default website home page will needs lot of administrative work. Begin by logging in with the administrative username and password. [more…]

Editing Your Drupal Account

After installing Drupal you can browse to your new website. On this screen you can also edit your Drupal account. The menu bar contains a Hello Youraccountname [more…]

Creating an Article for your Drupal Site

Creating content, like an article, for your Drupal website is why you went through the installation and configuration of your site. To add your first article to the home page of your Drupal site, follow [more…]

Change Themes on Your Drupal Website

Modifying your Drupal website theme is easy to do. Themes are fun to play with and change - or reset to the default. You can find them conveniently located right in your Dashboard: [more…]

Configuring Your Drupal Site

To configure your Drupal site, begin by looking at all the options under the Dashboard’s Configuration menu. To get there, log in with an administrator account and click Configuration on the menu bar. [more…]

Drupal Site Public Registrations

As Drupal is set when you first install it, anyone can register for an account on the site without having to be approved by you. You can set up your own user account and see how user registration currently [more…]

Drupal-Friendly Web-Hosting Companies

Web-hosting companies offer you access to a web server where you can install Drupal and make your site visible on the web. Some companies install Drupal for you or provide you with one-click install, saving [more…]

Installing Drupal on a Local Machine

Installing and running Drupal on a local computer, perhapse even your personal machine, can be helpful if you want to learn how to use Drupal without the expense of signing up with a web host. Although [more…]

Installing Drupal on a Web Host with Softaculous

Many web hosting companies offer super-easy Drupal installation using programs called Fantastico or Softaculous. If your hosting company uses Softaculous, here is how it works. [more…]

Installing Drupal: Getting Software

If your web host is not using Fantastico or Softaculous, the first step to installing Drupal is getting a copy of the latest version of Drupal and moving it to your web server. [more…]

Installing Drupal: Extracting Software

After the Drupal software .zip file is located on your web host you will need to extract the software before installing and configuring Drupal. Most file managers can extract your Drupal file for you. [more…]

Installing Drupal: Database Setup

Prior to actually installing Drupal you need to set up a database. A database is a set of files that contain data, stored in a special format. You come in contact with databases all the time. For example [more…]

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