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Joomla is the second most popular free and open source content management system on the Internet. Needless to say but this system is used to publish content in the web. It can be used for the creation of small and big corporate websites, the Internet portals, online stores, forums and personal webpages. Joomla is written in PHP and it uses MySQL, MS SQL and PostgreSQL for data storage.
There are various ways to build a website; one of the cheapest and most effective is to use an open-source system like Joomla and work from a template, i.e. a model for the various pages.
When choosing a template, ensure that it makes the site as readable and accessible as possible to ever-growing numbers of users. To that end, as there are now myriad ways for browsing the web, including on the move and via devices of different sizes and resolutions, it is vital that the pages are genuinely usable even on smartphones and tablets.
Manage your articles to perfection with Joomla
When you feel the urge to write, one of the first things to decide is how much. As a rule of thumb, a long text would have 1,000–2,000 words, while a short one comes in at around 200–300.
Why write a long article rather than a short one?
As planned in the new development cycle, with a new version scheduled every 6 months, the new Joomla!® 3.2 stable version is now available for download (with short-term support, STS) – official news from Joomla.org.
This version is the natural successor to 3.0 and 3.1, continuing development within major release 3. It arrives after two beta versions and an RC, which have enabled us to complete and make available the relevant files (now in the download area) and get to grips with the main changes.