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Easy as 1, 2, 3 … Servage application installer

Thursday, October 24th, 2019 by Helge
Screenshot_2019-10-25 Servage - Application Installer 1009145 Install applications with view clicks! The Servage application installer helps you to install and use complex apps with few clicks only. Our system will set up the files and the associated database. It is very easy to install tools like e.g. Wordpress, Joomla, Coppermine, openCart and many more. Here, you find a step by step instruction how to use the Servage application installer: If you should decide to install a new application on the host on which you already installed a tool, you can simply uninstall the existing tool tool and then ...

Creating a simple Joomla submenu

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 by Servage
Sub-menus on a website allow for prominent links to be placed just below the level of top navigation. They present a cleaner layout for the site’s navigation, and allow side panel links to be employed for other connection types that are perhaps unique to certain pages or sections of a site. This tutorial is for adding simple sub-menus on a Joomla site and is particularly aimed at users who might be getting onboard with Joomla 3.0. A simple sub-menu in Joomla allows for several options, some of which will be noted in the tutorial. Not all Joomla templates though, allow for sub-menus on the fly. With some coding, it can be done and these advanced steps will be the topic for ...

How to create a blog-look with Joomla CMS

Saturday, May 18th, 2013 by Servage
Some say that Wordpress is for creating blogs and Joomla is for creating traditional content sites. Those must be the old-timers who say this, as both platforms nowadays are great Content Management Systems (CMS), capable of creating both types of sites. As blogs continue to grow in use and popularity, a modern CMS is sure to include the basic elements on its platform. Other than Wordpress, many rely on third party developers to create extensions that bring blogging tools to the core function of the CMS. For Joomla, that has traditionally been the case. With version 3.0 of Joomla, that is changing. All blogs have three essential elements: posts (aka articles), categories ...