Joomla! is a powerful Open Source Content Management System. It is used all over the world for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. It is easy to install, simple to manage, and reliable.
- 29855 - Tags (click here to see the recent blog post about it)
- 30298 - Added note form field
- 29822 - Show logs in debug console
- 30085 - Refactor installation to use new application and MVC classes
- 29965 - Added pagination in COM_SEARCH component
- 29770 - Added triggers on save for com_config
- 30230 - JPlugin autoloadLanguage property
- 28924 - Added SQL Server subclass for FinderIndexer
- 30318 - Media wiki package
- 30369 - OpenStreetMap package
- 30364 - UNION ALL feature
Reviewing 1.7.0 Alpha 1 (Jun 7, 2011)
5 stars for a great product, with which I very easily made my site.
Reviewing 1.6 Beta 15 (Dec 1, 2010)
hariskar, 1 star to to you for paying attention to ballyhairs
1 star to me too for the same reason and for my poor english :-)
The mighty Joomla would deserve 6 big stars IMHO!
Reviewing 1.6 Beta 13 (Nov 8, 2010)
Tis very good for CMS sites and can grow with your needs, on the minus side: it stinks with SEO and for the end user, a steep learning curve awaits.
Reviewing 1.6.0 Beta 7 (Aug 10, 2010)
@Ballyhair Yeah...Joomla is a bad name, and Ballyhair isn't?
Joomla is just excellent. I have been using it for years. Great CMS
Reviewing 1.6.0 Beta 3 (Jun 16, 2010)
ballyhairs, are you a moron? How do you rate a software if you don't know what it is? 2 stars just because you don't like the name??
5 stars from me for a great product, with which I very easily made my site.
What are the changes? Not for a novice, editor even when getting your own does not allow for full editing. WordPress still seems to be best even if the website seems a little bloggy. Someone suggested Movable Type. but not all hosts give you root access to install. Well mine does for a extra monthly fee. Till that allows for a install like WP or Joomla forget it.