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Joomla! is an award-winning Web-based content management system. It provides for split front end content access and backend administrator access. Group-based access control allows for different levels of system control for both the site and the administrator. The Joomla! framework allows for extension by installable components (applications), modules (template blocks), languages, templates, and mambots (plugins that enhance system functions).

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  08 Jun 2009 07:08

    Release Notes: Minor bug and security fixes were made.

    •  29 Mar 2009 11:54

      Release Notes: Minor bug and security fixes were made.

      •  12 Jan 2009 05:46

        Release Notes: Security fixes. OpenID has been upgraded to the 2.0 protocol. Fulltext search for Uncategorized and Archived Articles is now working. New modules can now be added, even when there are no modules entries already defined.

        •  11 Nov 2008 22:11

          Release Notes: Two moderate-level security issues have been fixed. There are performance improvements for sites with many menu items. Administrator modules now correctly uninstall INI files.

          •  10 Sep 2008 17:18

            Release Notes: This is a security release and contains a number of bugfixes, improvements, and security fixes.

            Recent comments

            23 Aug 2008 22:54 sempre

            Latest version for the 1.0.xx series
            Please visit the main website to download the latest version for the 1.0.xx series which is currently at 1.0.15

            15 May 2007 13:52 realstock

            Duplicate Content in Joomla
            Please be sure to note that if you use an SEF url creator such as JoomSEF you will create duplicate content issues.

            I have all SEF urls after using JoomSEF however the older default Joomla SEF urls are still indexed... for example content/view/5/5

            I am working hard to eliminate this issue and will have a totally SEF Joomla install once this is corrected.




            12 Mar 2007 13:00 bugscout

            Supplemental Index Results
            If you run Joomla on large websites you will deal a lot with Supplemental Index Results in Google, especially if you change the structure of the site after some time of running it.

            12 Aug 2006 22:52 honewatson

            Joomla is pretty cool
            Joomla is a pretty robust cms. I think its harder for new cms users than other content management systems.

            Plus it still comes with a lot of tables in the layout.

            19 Oct 2005 01:33 milezdaru

            Joomla was mambo
            known as one of the best cms available.

            the australian company miro holds the rights on the name mambo.

            after founding the mambo foundation, influence and control was taken away from mambo developers and users.

            developers went away and foundet joomla, a new open source cms project based on mambo.

            ->an open source community still has the power to fight big companys.


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