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Articles in Joomla are usually displayed through Menu Items. Creating and publishing an article is only the first step, you also have to create a menu item: These are some of the most popular menu types: Articles → Featured Articles This will show all your featured articles (marked with a star in the article list). Articles → Single article This will ...


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The reason you can't edit the HTML files is that they don't exist. The whole point with a CMS is that each page is generated dynamically, based on your template, articles, modules, components etc. The source code you see in your code inspector is not stored anywhere, it's generated on the fly by Joomla when someone requests that page. I’ll try to give you a ...


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If 'configuration.php-dist' exists you have not installed Joomla. Check here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Joomla For a Guide to Installing Joomla! on an Ubuntu Server. Change your apache2/sites-available/joomla.conf to {modify to your situation}: <VirtualHost 192.168.1.1 xxx.xx.xx.xx> DocumentRoot "/www/server1" ServerName server....


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Have you tried physically creating a file at /onlineshop/product/view/5/14.html with the replacement HTML code? Works when I tested it just now. If a physical file exists at that request Joomla shouldn't come in to the picture. The server should serve that physical file instead. This is assuming you're running on an Apache server and your .htaccess is set ...


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Joomla is a PHP based content management system and web pages are built dynamically depending on which template, component, modules and plugins are associated with the page. HTML can't easily be edited directly although there are extensions that allow you to add and change code. For example: the free or paid version of Regular Labs Sourcerer allows you to ...


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