Joomla is free and open source Content Management System (CMS) which published web contents. It is made on a model view controller web application framework that can be used independently of the content management system. It is written in the personal home page, uses object-oriented programming techniques and software design patterns, stores data in MySQL, MS SQL and comprised features such as page caching, printable versions of pages, news flashes, blogs, search and support for internationalization of language.
Historical background of Joomla was the result of a fork of Mambo on August 17, 2005. At that time trademark of Miro International Pvt. Ltd was the name of Mambo, who established a non-profit foundation with the stated purpose of funding the project and defensive it from proceedings/claims. It has different versions i.e. 1.0, 1.5, 1.6, 2.5, 3.0 etc. It is a modular content management system and is not limited to just what comes with the initial package. You can expand on it, customize it, and swap components with a few clicks of the mouse. It is because of this extensive amount of control that Jamoola can be a while crushing to someone trying to navigate through the administrative side for the first time. In this page, we will attempt to tackle some of the most common components and how they relate to one another. A template while using it is very similar to a theme in WordPress. If a site created through Jamoola were to be compared to a car, then itself would be the engine.
Features and Benefits of using Joomla
- Publishing Blogs on it is as Easy as ABC
- Open Source Infrastructure
- Content Management is a Piece of Cake
- E-commerce Becomes Easy with it
- A Strong User Community
- Built-in Basic SEO Functionality
- Easily maintainable
- Vast communicating system
- Worldwide sharing system
- Second most used CMS
- Result oriented