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How Do You Configure Free Joomla Templates?

April 8, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Joomla, Uncategorized, Web Design

The entire layout and the appearance of a CMS-made websites are based on the templates that you choose. Some of the best open source templates include free Joomla templates. Apart from the basic templates that are available, other templates are also available free. They are all licensed properly. Initially, you need to check whether the web hosting that you use supports Joomla templates. If the host uses Apache or PHP, then Joomla templates can be used. Joomla templates are open source, freely downloadable content management system templates. A Joomla file is downloaded in a compressed format and then unzipped. Using FTP, Joomla is uploaded to the website and it takes quite some time, as Joomla is a large CMS. The Joomla back end is used for configuration after installation is completed from the front end. When the “Template” option is clicked, it leads to the administration region, where configuration of the Joomla template is performed. The template that needs to be configured is selected. For Joomla version 1.6, the default template is BeeZ20.

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FastCGI with Joomla Hosting

March 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Joomla, Web Design

FastCGI support, in conjunction with Joomla hosting, offers the fastest and most streamlined web experience for visitors to your site. Compared to regular CGI, FastCGI handles larger amounts of data such as text, images and animations, and provides a much faster upload process. This is achieved by streamlining the transitioning process with each new page that’s loaded, making use of the site’s memory and cache system to store common data between the site’s pages, resulting in less data to load up with each page that’s relative to the site.

Integrating web-hosting servers with Joomla allows for faster navigation with customers sites. If your site is already built from the ground-up using Joomla, you can implement FastCGI into the coding to replace the regular CGI that is currently in use. The process of transferring this data is simple and easy to do, making FastCGI a prospective feature for people who are new to web hosting and those who wish to upgrade their already existing site, allowing for faster web browsing

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