www.myjoomlaguide.com Quickly and easily install community based membership sites using Joomla! myjoomlaguide.com provides detailed step-by-step video tutorials … all » on how to install and configure Joomla websites just like Myspace and many other social networking web 2.0 sites.

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  • gregorygroupnet 10 years ago

    MyJoomlaGuide, This video rocks.

  • bigbucks665 10 years ago

    @SaihatAlhaq Some people may prefer it because Joomla allows the client to modify the website without having to contact the designer

  • dcgirv 10 years ago

    As a two year user, we’ve found that it’s hard to use for the folks stuck with creating and managing content after the web developer leaves. Joomla/Drupal=for developers by developers. Plus, you have to manage patches, updates etc. and have to host it somewhere. What about a Cloud based system?

  • mozzmanau 10 years ago

    Most definately. Its probably the best thing to use for your clients as you can create accounts for them to log in which will allow them to make any changes they want very easily

  • sebasnetwork 10 years ago

    Hi Jeffrey. Thanks to share. This explanation was short and perfect. Normally i porgramming in C# but now i want to try Joomla!
    I wish you the best

  • GrogMyzer 10 years ago

    Yes, and yes.

  • 3hpHA 10 years ago

    yes it is its open source licence, you can make money by joomla

  • xistrik3rix 10 years ago

    Hey “myjoomlaguide”. Would it be possible for you to show me how to install joomla on my Godaddy domain? You can just message the steps to me if you’d like. Great video by the way. It really made me excited to start on my website. :)

  • liquidplastic62 10 years ago

    I’m stuck between Joomla and WordPress. Anyone want to say why i should go J or W?

  • cphdotdk 10 years ago

    I have been doing web graphics and sites for 10 years..I’m migrating everything to Joomla. No more HTML. Yes. You can build websites for clients. It’s very common, and you are delivering a product with a cms.
    Customers love that.
    Add a few extra hours on the bill called “cms training” (teach your client how to use the cms) and you can price your product much more. Suddenly you are selling knowledge too.

  • SaihatAlhaq 10 years ago

    Can a web designer use joomla to build webs for their clients? Is it common?

  • GlamourousJ 10 years ago

    YOU HAVE A GREAT VOICE :)
    VERY POLITE.

  • Dojan5 10 years ago

    I have never used Joomla, but is seems very good, and it has a lot of community support.
    Wish I could transfer my existing Zikula (PostNuke) site to Joomla.

  • Lizardway 10 years ago

    Thank you!

  • pataya66 10 years ago

    Joomla is the best CMS in the world, won 2006, 2007 and probably this year also 😉

    Great tutorial!
    Joomla Expert

  • dieWeiseBanane 10 years ago

    It´s not hard to use but only very bulky.
    And this is not a negative aspect.

  • RealDragonFX 10 years ago

    It’s the best CMS around,no doubt about it,but it’s so f***ing hard to use it…

  • MyJoomlaGuide 10 years ago

    Joomla 1.5 Videos are in the works. This video was posted 11 months ago. 1.5 stable just came out a few weeks ago, and we’re working on it.

  • DameryWorld 10 years ago

    Come on man Joomla 1.5 is stable and out the door and it is packing a lot of new features! CMS makes it easy to keep content up to date…we need a Joomla 1.5 discovery…dont look back racing on to Joomla 2.0 the app of content connection management.

  • assive2007 10 years ago

    Thanks, I’m heading to your site right away. Sounds promising!! :)

  • sherrina80 10 years ago

    awesome video :)

  • MyJoomlaGuide 10 years ago

    Yes, it’s called a favicon.ico. You’ll need to replace it with something else. Google search for Fav Icon Generator.

  • zyonhost 10 years ago

    Excellent. Clear, Concise, and well-done — both visually and auditory-wise.

  • DTSCM 10 years ago

    that was very good!

  • theogore 10 years ago

    Very clear. Tanx. Watch your sibilance and plosives sounds.