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What is Joomla Hosting?


Free, easy-to-use, and customizable. Joomla provides you with a multitude of site-building options, and is available with most hosting plans. Think WordPress is the only game in town when it comes to content management systems (CMS)? Sure, it's pretty popular, mostly because it's so user-friendly. But even WordPress has its limitations. That's where Joomla comes in. A powerful yet easy-to-use open source CMS, Joomla also gives Web publishers, businesses, and developers numerous advanced options the allow for extensive customization.

Need to manage your store's inventory? Joomla can do it. Want to build a catalog of the products you sell? Try Joomla. Ready to try a custom reservation system for your restaurant? Get Joomla. It can do all these things and much more.

For the most part, though, and for most website publishers, Joomla is a convenient CMS. From personal websites and blogs to corporate sites, Joomla can handle pretty much whatever you throw at it. The CMS isn't just for Internet-accessible websites, though. It can also be used to build company intranets that help employees stay in touch and informed.

The key to using Joomla to build your site is to find a host that supports it. This is not a difficult undertaking. Many hosts make Joomla available via the majority of their hosting plans. It does install a bit differently than WordPress does. Joomla is available as a script you can install on your site with just a click. The best part? It's free.

Joomla (or, to give it its full name, 'Joomla!') is one of many applications dished out to web hosting customers for free. Like WordPress, Joomla can be used to host a variety of different content types, making it a solid platform for web development.

Joomla actually goes one stage further: it can be used as the basis for web applications as well. As well as being a content management system (CMS), it is also a web application framework. The two components of Joomla can be used together or separately.

Joomla is ideal for the development of portals, blogs and corporate websites. It can also be developed into an e-commerce platform, an application bridge or a dynamic web application. Developers can extend the default features and code custom parts in PHP and MySQL.

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There are currently almost 8,000 extensions available in the official Joomla Extension Directory (JED), and this includes a mixture of free and commercial extensions. Many developers host extensions elsewhere, so the actual number is far higher. Not all extensions are compatible with all versions of Joomla, as you would expect.

The extensions Joomla uses are split into five categories according to their purpose:

◉ Components, which are packages of functions responsible for creating large areas of the web page, and are therefore larger than other extensions
◉ Modules, or boxes, where page content is rendered
◉ Plugins, which process executable events in Joomla
◉ Templates, the extensions that control how the site looks (as they do in WordPress and other systems). From Joomla 3, templates are responsive
◉ Languages, which handle translations, language and font information

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