Joomla! is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) for publishing web content. It is built on a model-view-controller (MVC) web application framework that can be used independently of the CMS that allows you to build powerful online applications.
JoomlArt T4 Template Framework
Building layout is the most important work of template or website development. It is very easy to build from basic to complicated layout with T4 Layout Builder. T4 Framework is a powerful and advanced responsive template framework for Joomla. It is a modern, flexible and highly customizable framework to build beautiful Joomla websites easier.
Featured Articles in Joomla
Articles are assigned to categories, and menu link items are used to open the category or article, which displays in the content area of the website. Most websites have specific articles to be displayed on the front page, and these articles may be assigned to one, or different categories.
How to Create Article in Joomla
The majority of the content on a Joomla! website consists of articles. Articles are assigned to categories, regardless of its hierarchy or level. Subcategories (child categories) can be created and associated with any Category above (a parent category). There is no limit to the number of categories or subcategories that can be created.
How Different Joomla Modules Work
Joomla! comes with many installed modules. A Joomla! installation can have a number of modules that are installed but have not been included as functional content elements. This means that a module extension can be installed by the Extensions Manager, but not yet included to be part of a web page.
How to Create Overrides in Joomla
If you like to change the way a Joomla! Extension is displayed on your site, you can either re-code the extension from the scratch or you can use overrides. The standard output from any Joomla module or component can be overridden by adding code to the html directory of your template.
Joomla checkboxes Form Field Type
The checkboxes form field type provides a set of checkboxes. Unlike most standard form field types, such as textfield or checkbox, this field is little different. It will create checkboxes, and submit their values in form of an array, but it will not store them in the database.
Joomla groupedlist Form Field Type
The groupedlist form field type provides a drop down list or a list box of custom-defined entries which has the ability to show grouped data. If the field has a saved value this is selected when the page is first loaded. If not, the default value (if any) is selected.
Joomla imagelist Form Field Type
The imagelist form field type provides a drop down list of image files in a specified directory. Only files with .png, .gif, .jpg, .bmp, .ico extensions are listed. If the field has a saved value, this is selected when the page is first loaded. If not, the default value (if any) is selected.
How To Create Custom Form Field Type in Joomla
With the help of class JForm, you can easily create HTML forms in Joomla. Forms created using JForm consist of form fields, implemented as JFormFields. There is a JFormField for each different field type you can find in a form, such as a text field type and a date field type. There are many standard field types.
Working with Images in Joomla Component
In the back-end, administrators can select an image to be associated with each item. You can also display details of the image on the administrator's list of items. In the front-end, display the image associated with the item and also allow a user to upload an image when creating a new item.
Adding a Modal to Joomla Component
Modals are the pop-up-like windows which appear in several places within Joomla. For example, when as an administrator you create a new menu item, and select a Menu Item Type of Single Article, then when you click to select the article, a pop-up appears displaying the details of the articles available and allowing you to select one.
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