Finnland 2008

Polen 2010

Norwegen 2008

Griechenland   2012

Finnland 2009

Rumänien 2010

Litauen 2009

Kroatien   2014

Rumänien 2010

Slowakei 2010

Russland 2009

Litauen 2009

Ukraine   2011

Bosnien und Herzegowina   2014

Kroatien   2014

Rumänien 2010

Rumänien   2011

Russland 2009

Kosovo   2012

Kroatien   2014

Russland 2009

Tschechien 2010

Serbien   2012

Türkei   2012

Rumänien   2011

Norwegen 2008

Kroatien   2014

Tschechien 2010

Lettland 2009

Ukraine   2011

Albanien   2012

Rumänien   2011

Slowakei 2010

Norwegen 2008

Slowakei 2010

Ungarn 2010

Tschechien 2010

Norwegen 2008

Norwegen 2008

Albanien   2012

Transnistrien   2011

Norwegen 2008

Ukraine   2011

Kroatien   2014

Rumänien   2011

Rumänien   2011

Bulgarien   2011

Serbien   2012

Finnland 2008

Rumänien   2011

Kroatien   2014

Kroatien   2014

Russland 2009

Norwegen 2008

Norwegen 2008

Russland 2009

Slowakei 2010

Kroatien   2014

Schweden 2008

Rumänien   2011

Bulgarien   2011

Tschechien 2010

Bosnien und Herzegowina   2014

Mazedonien   2012

Türkei   2012

Rumänien 2010

Getting Started

It's easy to get started creating your website. Knowing some of the basics will help.

What is a Content Management System?

A content management system is software that allows you to create and manage webpages easily by separating the creation of your content from the mechanics required to present it on the web.

In this site, the content is stored in a database. The look and feel are created by a template. Joomla! brings together the template and your content to create web pages.

Logging in

To login to your site use the user name and password that were created as part of the installation process. Once logged-in you will be able to create and edit articles and modify some settings.

Creating an article

Once you are logged-in, a new menu will be visible. To create a new article, click on the "Submit Article" link on that menu.

The new article interface gives you a lot of options, but all you need to do is add a title and put something in the content area. To make it easy to find, set the state to published.

You can edit an existing article by clicking on the edit icon (this only displays to users who have the right to edit).

Template, site settings, and modules

The look and feel of your site is controlled by a template. You can change the site name, background colour, highlights colour and more by editing the template settings. Click the "Template Settings" in the user menu.

The boxes around the main content of the site are called modules. You can modify modules on the current page by moving your cursor to the module and clicking the edit link. Always be sure to save and close any module you edit.

You can change some site settings such as the site name and description by clicking on the "Site Settings" link.

More advanced options for templates, site settings, modules, and more are available in the site administrator.

Site and Administrator

Your site actually has two separate sites. The site (also called the front end) is what visitors to your site will see. The administrator (also called the back end) is only used by people managing your site. You can access the administrator by clicking the "Site Administrator" link on the "User Menu" menu (visible once you login) or by adding /administrator to the end of your domain name. The same user name and password are used for both sites.

Learn more

There is much more to learn about how to use Joomla! to create the web site you envision. You can learn much more at the Joomla! documentation site and on the Joomla! forums.