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Custom templates are the key to making a Joomla!-driven website stand out. In Joomla! 1.5 Creating and Editing Custom Templates, Jen Kramer McKibben offers instruction and insight to help Joomla! users create eye-popping websites. Jen starts with the basics, like how to add the Joomla! template codes to a static HTML layout, install the template package, and clean up styling after installation. She also shows how to make multiple layouts within the same Joomla! template, configure menus and submenus, and more. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) Hi! I'm Jen Kramer McKibben. I'm a senior interface developer at 4Web, Inc. I've been building sites with Joomla! since it first came out and with Joomla! 1.5 since its first release candidate. Welcome to Joomla! Creating and Editing Custom Templates. Custom templates are the key to getting your website to stand out and Joomla! is making it even easier than ever for you to get a dynamic and interactive site up quickly, as well as making simple edits easy for your clients.
You'll want to know a few things to get the most out of this course. You should know Joomla! essentials and some understanding of hand-coded HTML and CSS. If you don't, check out those titles on lynda.com and you'll be ready for everything this course has to offer when you get back. Starting from the basics like adding the Joomla! template codes to your static HTML layout, I'll take you through installing the template package and cleaning up styling after installation. I'll give you a solution for making multiple layouts within the same Joomla! template and get you all excited about configuring menus and submenus. There's a lot in here and all of it's going to help your website stand out. So let's get started with Joomla! Creating and Editing Custom Templates.
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