From absolute beginners to the professional web developers, Joomla is used widely in building and managing websites. Joomla is an open source Content Management System (CMS) and is one of the most popular online applications. Moreover, it is developed with the help of PHP, Software Design Patterns, Object Oriented Programming and MySQL. Datrix Training introduces 1-day Joomla Training program to provide delegates with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to create an effective website.
Find out what's included in the training programme.
Introduction to Joomla
Installation of Joomla
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What is the possible audience for this training?
Joomla Training is best suited for the individuals who are aware of HTML and CSS.
What are the pre-requirements for attending this course?
The delegates must have a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS before attending this course. Also, the individuals with the urge of building websites can get benefits from this training.
What are the advantages of using Joomla over others?
Firstly, it is open source platform and free of cost. Secondly, Joomla is very easy to install and practice. Furthermore, it is compatible with all browsers, and even the templates are very flexible.
What are the limitations of the Joomla?
The plugins and modules in Joomla are not free. It gives compatibility issues at the time of installing some modules. Not only this, Joomla makes the site very heavy to load. Therefore, it is not much SEO friendly.
Are there any real-world instances of what Joomla can do?
Yes, there are many examples. Some of them are online magazines, reservations, newspapers and publications. It also includes community-based portals, government applications, corporate websites or portals and many more.
How long will this training take?
Joomla Training is the 1-day course.
Is the trainer or instructor certified in the same field?
Of course, the training will be delivered by certified and experienced instructors. All the trainers at Datrix Training have years of experience in their domain.