Web content applications include discussion forums , photo galleries , e-Commerce and user communities and numerous other web-based applications. Joomla is developed by a community of volunteers supported with the legal, organisational and financial resources of Open Source Matters, Inc. Joomla includes features such as page caching , RSS feeds , blogs , search, and support for language internationalisation. It is built on a model—view—controller web application framework that can be used independently of the CMS. Over 6, extensions are available from the Joomla website,  and more are available from other sources. Joomla has a web template system using a template processor. This allows support for more human-readable permalinks. The controller manages both the frontend , public-facing view, and a backend GUI -driven administration interface.
How can I install Joomla?
This tutorial is designed to teach developers how to create an update server for integration with the update system introduced in Joomla!. By adding an update server listing to your extension's manifest, developers enable users to update their extensions via the Extension Manager's Update see Joomla 3. In order to use this feature, an update server must be defined in your extension's manifest. This definition can be used in all Joomla! You can use two options for your server type: collection or extension.
To redirect users after a successful login with the 'login module' you must choose a menu item under the 'Options' tab, 'Basic Options' Section. To edit a login module you must go to the specific login module:. The login redirection page is selected from the drop down choices next to the Login Redirection Page item. From the screenshots you can see the choices of redirection pages are paired to the established menu items under each menu. For example, the top menu has the menu items, Home, Sample Sites and Joomla. The menus items are grouped by the menu type alias , Top is called top, User Menu is usermenu and so on.