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Webdesign: Five reasons why you should use Joomla for your website design

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Joomla is one of the free CMS (Content Management Systems) that gathered a lot of users in the last few years. The number of websites created with Joomla is numbered in a few hundred thousands, so one can say it’s one of the most popular tools to create web sites. The next reasons are only a few why you shoold use Joomla for your website design. You only need a web server that handles php and a mysql database to install this CMS and, after configuring it, to have a functional website. Next you have to add some functions (using the components, modules and plugins) you need and select or create a Joomla theme.

It is user friendly and easy to learn

Even beginners are welcome to use this – it may take longer to find out about all its function but it’s easy to learn. It takes at most a few days to learn it all over. The CMS is rather big (especially when you never worked with other CMSs) because it’s under constant development for some years, but it’s easy to follow the modification made in time – there are availabe online various versions of Joomla.

 

Webdesign Five reasons why you should use Joomla for your website design /Dan-Marius.ro – my slice of internet / Oradea, Bihor, Romania.


1 Comment

  1. Brendon says:

    I recently started to experiment with Joomla and after the learning curve (So many options!), I think I am starting to get used to it. Reading those 5 points, I would definitely agree. They are either reasons I chose to use it or factors that are keeping me using it. I am glad to see some proof that my instincts were right.

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