Joomla  4.1.3
About: Joomla! is a Content Management System (a Mambo derivate; requires PHP, MySQL). Version 4 (latest one).
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Joomla Documentation

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Joomla! CMS™

1- Overview * This is a Joomla! 4.x installation/upgrade package. * Joomla! Official site: * Joomla! 4.1 version history - * Detailed changes in the Changelog:

2- What is Joomla? * Joomla! is a Content Management System (CMS) which enables you to build websites and powerful online applications. * It's a free and Open Source software, distributed under the GNU General Public License version 2 or later. * This is a simple and powerful web server application and it requires a server with PHP and either MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQL Server to run. You can find full technical requirements here:

3- Is Joomla! for you? * Joomla! is the right solution for most content web projects: * See Joomla's core features - * Try out our free hosting service:

4- How to find a Joomla! translation? * Repository of accredited language packs: * You can also add languages directly to your website via your Joomla! administration panel: * Learn how to setup a Multilingual Joomla! Site:

5- Learn Joomla! * Read Getting Started with Joomla to find out the basics:! * Before installing, read the beginners guide:

6- What are the benefits of Joomla? * The functionality of a Joomla! website can be extended by installing extensions that you can create (or download) to suit your needs. * There are many ready-made extensions that you can download and install. * Check out the Joomla! Extensions Directory (JED):

7- Is it easy to change the layout display? * The layout is controlled by templates that you can edit. * There are a lot of ready-made professional templates that you can download. * Check out the template management information:

8- Ready to install Joomla? * Check the minimum requirements here: * How do you install Joomla - * You could start your Joomla! experience building your site on a local test server. When ready it can be moved to an online hosting account of your choice. See the tutorial:

9- Updates are free! * Always use the latest version:

10- Where can you get support and help? * The Joomla! Documentation: * FAQ Frequently Asked Questions: * Find the information you need: * Find help and other users: * Post questions at our forums: * Joomla! Resources Directory (JRD):

11- Do you already have a Joomla! site that's not built with Joomla! 4.x ? * What's new in Joomla! 4.x: * What are the main differences between 3.x and 4.x?!_3.x_and_4.x * How to migrate from 3.x to 4.x? Tutorial: * How to migrate from 2.5.x to 3.x? Tutorial: * How to migrate from 1.5.x to 3.x? Tutorial:

12- Do you want to improve Joomla? * Where to request a feature? * How do you report a bug? * Get Involved: Joomla! is a community developed software. Join the community at * Documentation for Developers: * Documentation for Web designers:

Copyright: * (C) 2005 Open Source Matters, Inc. * Distributed under the GNU General Public License version 2 or later * See License details at