The Joomla User Group North West in co-operation with 4ty-2 Computer and Internet Services invites you to benefit from our new project

Free Support for Webmasters of Websites of Community Organisations

 This Joomla-Workshops enable you to create a Joomla-based website, implement extentions, galleries, newsletter and other features.

These workshops are training and networking events for local community groups to develop their websites, improve their information- and communication management, meet with other groups and exchange experiences.

The themes may change according to the needs and wishes of the attendees.

Our Joomla 3.x Workshops, 19:30 - 21:30:

10. Sep 2014 - Introduction, Installation and Basic Administration
24. Sep 2014 - Structuring your Website
08. Oct 2014 - Extending your Website
23. Oct 2014 - Joomla Security
06. Nov 2014 - Publishing Content
19. Nov 2014 - Dealing with Microsoft-Sortware
03. Dec 2014 - Upgrading Joomla
17. Dec. 2014 - Repetitorium: Questions and Answers
14. Jan 2015 - Joomla Templates, Introduction
28. Jan 2015 - Adjusting an existing Joomla Template
11. Feb 2015 - CSS and Joomla Templates, Responsive Web Design by Dr. Anna Kirpichnikova
25. Feb 2015 - Accessibility
11. Mar 2015 - Google and more
25. Mar 2015 - Joomla and Social Networks
22. Apr 2015 - Repetitorium: Questions and Answers
06. May 2015 - Examples: Analysing existing Joomla Websites
20. May 2015 - Future prospects

 

24. Sep 2014 - Structuring your Website

Joomla: ACL (Access Control List), Rights-Management

Joomla has a very elaborated and powerful Rights Management. this comes with a disatvanage: it is something like complicated and it takes some effort to understand. So let's start:

Which users can gain access to what parts of the website? For example, will a given Menu Item be visible for a given user?
What actions a user can perform? For example, can a user edit or publish an article?

Read more: 24. Sep 2014: Structuring your Website

Joomla Security

Having created a wonderful website and being proud of the result, it is most annoying to discover that your website has been hacked and/or infected with malware. On the internet here are always naughty guys around trying to hack websites maybe just for fun ... To prevent this, we have to take security measures.

First the bad news: there is no 100% security

Second the good news: one can make it very difficult to hack the website and if the worst comes to the worst one can always restore the complete website.

Read more: 23. Oct 2014: Joomla 3.x Security

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