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For questions about FLEXIcontent, the advanced content management system that enhances the native article manager of Joomla!
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A toolkit of popular widgets for Joomla and WordPress created by YooTheme.
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an extension to manage multilingual content. It allows you to manage all your content translations (components/modules) of a Joomla! web site.
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For questions regarding version 1.7 of the Joomla Content Management System. Please note that Joomla 1.7 is no longer officially supported, and that a one-click upgrade to Joomla 2.5 is available.
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for questions related to the Internet Protocol or more familiarly "IP Address". This is not for questions about Intellectual Property.
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A rotating display of content that can house a variety of content that usually includes "next" and "previous" buttons to rotate through the content.
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a Joomla class that's used to apply filtering to images, using the GD library.
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a standard for the encoding, representation and handling of text with the intention of supporting all the characters required for written text incorporating all writing systems, technical s…
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For questions regarding version 1.6 of the Joomla Content Management System.
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a region on Earth that has a uniform, legally mandated standard time. It is often represented by an identifier, such as "America/Los_Angeles". Do not mistake an offset such as -07:00 as…
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Open Source Matters. The non-profit organisation supporting the Joomla! project.
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an iconic standalone vector font, initially developed for use with the Twitter Bootstrap front-end framework.
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Comma-Separated Values or Character-Separated Values (CSV) is a standard "flat file database" format for storing tabular data in plain text, consisting of an optional header row that lists the table f…
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The Nooku Framework (codename 'Koowa') can be installed in Joomla as a plugin. It allows developers to build more powerful extensions, or even to develop standalone web applications.