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Creating a Website With Joomla CMS

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Creating a professional looking website from scratch often isn’t easy, especially if you’re trying to do it with very little experience in internet technology. However with the advent of content management systems like Joomla, even novice users now have the ability to create a site that will give their online business the credibility needed to establish a substantial client base. Even people that already have a website of their own can benefit from the Joomla CMS system, as it can be used to modify and improve the overall appearance and functionality of the original website.

Preparing For The Creation of a New Website

Although Joomla will help you create your site, you’ll need to have a game plan to begin with. It is a good idea to brainstorm and determine exactly what you want from your site. Consider not only your own needs, but also the wants and needs of your targeted audience. Once you know what your goals are, it will be a lot easier to develop a website that is specifically designed around your business. You can use this information to ascertain what web applications would be beneficial to your content management systems. For example, if you know that the majority of your visitors are looking for multimedia content, then it would be wise to install a multimedia application that could aid in the process of uploading, editing and organizing gall of your site’s media.


Populating Your Site With Useful Content

Once you’ve finished the site’s design and you have a game plan, you’ll need to add content to the site, or transfer the content from your old site. If you are just using Joomla to redesign your site then you do not have to worry about this step, as the design process in Joomla will not affect the content that is currently on your site. If you do not have any content to work with then you have several options. You can write the content or you may have the content written for you.

If you are considering re-spun content, such as using web applications to collect, add and revise content may be beneficial for autobloggers, it generally is not a good idea if you’re trying to build long term success with your site. If you want to win in the long run then you’ll need to have original content on your site. If you are not a great writer, then you can hire writers on one of the many freelancing forums found online. Most of these writers have feedback that will let you make the right decision when buying content for your site. Once you have possession of the content you can upload it directly into the Joomla CMS, and the content management system will upload the articles for you depending on your preferences. You can choose to upload content on a scheduled basis, to give your visitors something new everyday, or you can upload the content all at once. Joomla users also have the ability to assign passwords to their writer’s so they can log in and upload the work themselves upon completion.

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Maintaining Your Site With Joomla

Since Joomla is an open source software, there are new developments for it being created on a daily basis. In fact, anyone with interest has the ability to create an application that is compatible with Joomla. Due to it;s ever expanding nature, the operation and functionality of Joomla is something that you will be learning and improving upon throughout your time as a webmaster. While you’ll be able to learn the basic functions within a matter of days, it may take months before you truly realize the power  this CMS can give you. Joomla is more than a software that brings convenience, it also brings profit, as it improves the overall quality of your website.



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    i came from google in search of this information and i found it very informative and very useful this would be very uselful for the joomla peoples.

  • Avatar tampa web hosting says:

    Great post, VEry informative…

  • Avatar Rishi says:

    Joomla is a good CMS. You can customize it pretty well. But, most people use WordPress for their blogs.
    Thanks for the information.

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