Joomla! 1.6 - Beginner's Guide

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"Jumla" is the Swahili word for "all together" and was the inspiration for the name Joomla!.
The Joomla! project is one of the biggest content management systems worldwide,
backed by a global community.

It lets you create unique websites in your own language.
Even if you are not a specialist :-)

Joomla! 1.6 - Beginner's Guide

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Thanks Hagen for this great guide, I'm sure there is a lot of people, not just beginners who will really learn more about Joomla! 1.6.-
For now I will help to spread the word through our community blog, http://www.joomla.cl
Best regards from Chile
Guillermo Bravo

Thank you so much for this book... Can I translate and share your book (or some shapters of it) on my Turkish Joomla Support site? www.joomlabilgi.org
Thanks...

Hi ...joomlabilgi...
Yes, you can translate it. I would be happy if you do so!
Please provide in every translated page a link to the original webpage here on cocoate.com
And btw. what's your name?

Thanks, OK I will add your link back anyway.
My name is Enes and as you can guess I provide support for Turkish Joomla community.

Hey there, Greetings from the UK.

Thanks for going to the trouble to make this. I have found it really helpful with so much information on Joomla on the web, its difficult to find a nice easy to understand tutorial. Keep up the good work.

Thanks, OK I will add your link back anyway.
My name is yasin and as you can guess I provide support for Turkish Joomla community.

I guess I downloaded an earlier version. Really like it, reading it on my Android while travelling by bus opr train. I would like to translate (parts of) it into Dutch as well. Is that ok for you?

Regards, slibbe (j16.slibbe.org)

  • If you want to do a translation into your local language for commercial purposes, please contact Pearson Education Germany for translation rights. This is your contact person: Angelika Ritthaler, foreign rights manager, e-mail: aritthaler@pearson.de
  • If it is for free for the Joomla! community with a backlink to this site it is ok :)

Hi hagen graf, my name is paul am a computer sc graduate frm nigeria....i apreciatd ur tutorial on j1.6...luv 2 learn more on hw to create j1.6 extension's. Thanks

Hi Paul, I am planning to do that :)

thank you for make this available on the internet!
regards from brazil!
Cleber

Hello Hagen, this is Keith we met in Maidstone a couple of years ago. I have been away from Joomla for a while and I just learned about your new Joomla 1.6 ebook but I can't download the pdf ebook. the links don't seem to work. Can you help? Thanks

Hi Hagen,

I'm Matteo, from Italy. Sometimes I have some problem to understand our guidelines for Joomla 1.7. If it happens, can I use this space for public questions?

Best,

Matteo

Hi Matteo,
sure, what do need? ... are the comments enough?
best regards
Hagen

I'm really grateful to you. I learned a lot thanks to you. Thank you very much thanks to boyacı (boyabadanaustasi.com) you
I owe this site.

Hi hagen graf, my name is paul am a computer sc graduate frm nigeria....i apreciatd ur tutorial on j1.6...luv 2 learn more on hw to create j1.6 extension's. Thankshttp://boyayapidekorasyon.com

Good to hear. Then please download the Joomla! Development Beginner's Guide http://cocoate.com/jdev
Have fun and try to organize a Joomla! Day in Nigeria!
Hagen

joomla very good!

Hello Hagen, this is Keith we met in Maidstone a couple of years ago. I have been away from Joomla for a while and I just learned about your new Joomla 1.6 ebook but I can't download the pdf ebook. the links don't seem to work. Can you help? Thanks boyayapidekorasyon.com

Hi Keith, that's the link http://cocoate.com/sites/cocoate.com/fil... (73822)
There is a newer one for 1.7 too http://cocoate.com/sites/cocoate.com/fil... (64714)
Are you doing Turkish websites now?
Hagen

Hello Mr Hagen, Thanks for making such amazing information available here. I am Stanley from Nigeria and i am pretty sure that this information will help me alot in my Joomla web design even though i am a newbie.
Can you give me some hints on how to put up this JOOMLA Day here in Nigeria.

Stanley Okonkwo
Nigeria

Hi Stanley,
it seems that there was a Joomladay in Dezember 2011 in Lagos, organized by the a Nigeria user group
JDay directory: http://docs.joomla.org/Joomla!Days
User Group Website: http://joomlang.com/
Please get in contact with them to get more info on that event.
It is also possible to have more than one Joomla! Day in a country, as far as I know.
More "official" Info here: http://community.joomla.org/events/jooml...
If you need help, ping me
I would like to join the next jday in Nigeria :)
Hagen

Many Thanks Mr Hagen for such amazing information.

I have just checked out the Nigerian User Group and i will be calling BINCOM ICT for information on JOOMLA DAY 2012.

As i write this,I am currently downloading some of the resources on this page to aid my learning.

Below is my email add just incase you have some resources you won't mind sending to me to help me learn Joomla since i am still a beginner.

I look forward to putting up a JOOMLA DAY personally and meeting u in person will indeed be the best moment of my life.

Thanks for all that you do for Web Developers like me in Nigeria.

Thanks

Stanley Okonkwo

Hi Stanley,
call me just Hagen (please no Mr ).
Otherwise I'll start calling you Mr Stanley :)
I deleted your email address from the comment. If it is visible in public you'll receive a lot of SPAM.
It would be a pleasure for me too to meet you.
Let's hope the best!
Hagen