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10 MINUTE JOOMLA! TIPS

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Description: 10 Minute Joomla tips is a screencast about Joomla and Web development tips and tricks.10 Minute Joomla! Tips is produced by ContiCreative.com, a US based Virtual web agency specializing in Joomla! and Open Source website Development, E-commerce and Joomla! Online Training
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Title:Joomla Security Part 1 - The Basics
Date:Sun, 25 Jul 2010 04:30:54 +0000
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Description: With the episode marking 10 Minute Joomla! Tips one year anniversary, your host Marco and the Conticreative.com team bring you a multi part Screencast about Joomla Security and what can be done to secure your Joomla website, your server, your computer and the way you work when building web sites. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NOTE: You can find links, checklists and other information I discuss in the this episode here: www.conticreative.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- While focused on the Joomla CMS, this series of Screencasts on Joomla Security contain enough information to interest anyone concerned about PHP security for their own web site. One of the tools I'll demo in a future episode is the "OSE PHP Security Suite" a comprehensive security suite offered by Open Source Excellence. The suite is based on Joomla but it is installed as a stand alone, strip down, Joomla site. It can help protect many PHP scripts installed on the server.I'll also demo other products I find useful, if not outright necessary, such as Roboform (PC) and 1Password (MAC), two of the best "Password Managers" available. A class of software no serious computer user should be without and that help users manage complex passwords and other sensitive data. Not only you can save hours (and your sanity) by not looking for passwords in some unsecured text file, but you can also use them to keep and transmit a variety of sensitive data. All by memorizing a single master password.I don't pretend to be a security experts. In fact, I discovered a bit over a year ago that I was a security dilettante. I knew enough to get by and hoped that luck and good intentions would protect my sites. As inexperienced as I was, I probably still ranked in the top 5% or 10% when it came to Joomla security compared to the average Joomla user. I took most of the major precautions suggested in the Joomla forum, tried to practice "safe computing" as much as I could and I was always careful how I handled passwords and other sensitive information. But obviously it wasn't enough.This past year I was forced to learn a lot more about security. In this 2 or 3 part series (still to be decided as I have 50 minutes of raw footage to work with) I am going to try to cover the topic in an approachable yet comprehensive fashion. Starting with a user's own computer, to the best type of servers and how to secure them, to finally Joomla and its Security concerns.I don't claim to be a security "Guru" (yet, hopefully), but I feel that I have learned a great deal of useful information I would like to share for everyone's benefit. I hope that these podcasts will inform those that are just starting out and inspire the "Security Experts" to contribute their knowledge and experience. I hope you'll enjoy this Screencast and that you'll help me celebrate 10 Minute Joomla! Tips first anniversary. To read more about Joomla security and discuss this video, head on to this link:http://www.conticreative.com/10-Minute-Joomla-Tips-Video-Podcast/joomla-security-part-1.htmlThank you for watching 10 Minute Joomla! Tips.

Title:Customize and simplify your Joomla administration panel
Date:Sun, 13 Jun 2010 01:59:05 +0000
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Description: Do you get confused when you look at the Joomla administraton screen? ; Or worse, do your clients complain Joomla is to complicated and confusing? Learn to simplify your Joomla administration panel by getting rid of unused icons, add custom shorcuts, create inline help files to make your client's experience less frustrating.There are many Joomla Extensions in the JED that can help you customize the Joomla Control Panel. One of those extensions is "Custom QuickIcons" available at http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/administration/extensions-quickicons/463.With CQI you can create icons that link directly to a component or even to a screen inside a component interface. You can even link directly to any module or Plugin admin screen. Better yet, you can assign different icons to different user groups or even unique users.Watch the video and learn how to make your Joomla experience easier and faster.----------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------10 Minute Joomla! Tips is a screencast about Joomla! tips and tricks. 10MJT is brought to you by ContiCreative.com (http://www.conticreative.com) a leading provider of Joomla solution and general web development, Joomla training and Joomla consulting.Watch 10 Minute Joomla! Tips on the leading video sharing sites and aggregators:feedburner: http://feeds.feedburner.com/10MinutesJoomlaTipsYoutube:

Title:Discover Joomla 1.6 Beta - Part 1
Date:Sat, 29 May 2010 01:06:14 +0000
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Description: In this issue of 10 Minute Joomla! Tips, your host Marco takes viewers for a tour of the new Beta version of Joomla 1.6.In the first of this two part series Marco reviews the new User Access level feature in Joomla 1.6, the new configuration area, and many other new features of this groundbreaking version of Joomla.This version of Joomla is the first "Almost ready for prime time" release of Joomla 1.6. While still too early to be used in production it gives Joomla users a great peek at the new powerful features in Joomla.New ACL, new module position management, direct links to extension updates, patch releases and new extensions.In general, the new Joomla 1.6 interface is an evolution of the steps taken in Joomla 1.5 to improve the administration interface with an overall streamlining of many of the most used tasks in Joomla as well as groundbreaking new features to make Joomla the choice for personal and enterprise CMS websites.

Title:Discover Joomla 1.6 beta - Part 2
Date:Fri, 28 May 2010 23:20:04 +0000
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Description: This is part 2 of our exploration of the new features in Joomla 1.6 beta. In this episode we'll look at Articles, Extensions, the new Module assignment system and templates.

Title:A quick review of Joomla Forms by Blue Flame Ltd.
Date:Sat, 01 May 2010 21:18:02 +0000
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Description: We all need forms for our sites. Even though Joomla provides a contact form in its basic installation, it is limited in scope and subject to SPAM unless countermeasures are taken.Joomla Forms, by Blue Flame Ltd. is a powerful and easy to use Joomla component that allows anyone to create refined forms without having to learn how to code. Joomla Forms is one of many offerings in the Joomla universe, but after trying almost all of them over the years I found them to be the best compromise between price, features, code weight and ease of use.In this issue of 10 Minute Joomla! Tips I go over the most important features of the program. By necessity I have had to hurry up and edit many of the secondary, but still important, features of Joomla Forms. I apologize for some of the quick edits in the podcast. But I hoe this issue will give you a good overview of the product and I encourage you to check the demo (http://www.joomla-forms.com/demo) on your own and watch the tutorials online at: instructional videos available at: http://www.joomla-forms.com/watch-videos/Joomla Forms is certainly one of the best form components for Joomla and it's soon going to be even better with the addition of xEdit, a Jquery graphical interface that will allow anyone to build interactive forms.Interactive forms are the kind that change dynamically in response to user input and if there is enough interest I will dedicate a future podcast on this new "widget".Joomla Forms, as far as I know, is the first Joomla Form component that will sport this integration.Thank you for watching 10 Minute Joomla Tips and don't forget to subscribe to our streams on Conticreative.com: http://www.conticreative.com/10-Minute-Joomla-Tips-Video-Podcast/Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/10-minute-joomla-tips/id325350784Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/channels/10minutejoomlatipsYoutube: http://www.youtube.com/user/10minutejoomlaBlip.tv: http://10minutejoomlatips.blip.tv/Feedburner: http://feeds.feedburner.com/10MinutesJoomlaTipsMiro: http://miroguide.com/feeds/12110

Title:An Overview of Joomla! Extensions from NoNumber! (NoNumber.nl)
Date:Sun, 28 Mar 2010 22:26:29 +0000
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Description: In this edition of "10 Minute Joomla! Tips" your host, Marco from ContiCreative.com will show you how to install and use some of the great extensions for Joomla! Created by Peter van Westen of NoNumber.nl Peter is a great Joomla! Developer and his extensions stand out from the rest because of their quality, documentation, attention to detail and usefulness. Peter's Joomla! Extensions always seem to fill some overlooked niche of the Joomla! CMS and in this Screencast Marco will cover 4 of the extensions: ReReplacer - a great string replacement component Cache Cleaner - a very useful cache management Extension Add to Menu - an extension bringing back the old Joomla! 1.0 behavior adding links from an article administration screen Modules Anywhere - A very complete Plugin for easily adding modules "anywhere" in your Joomla site Watch the video and learn about all of NoNumber!'s Offerings We hope you'll enjoy the screencast and that you'll find the extensions as great as we do. If you would like 10 minute Joomla! Tips to cover a specific aspect of Joomla! Development and design, email us at 10mjt@conticreative.com

Title:Upload Joomla from Local to Live Server - Part 2
Date:Fri, 19 Mar 2010 07:04:14 +0000
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Description: Moving Joomla from one server to another is a very valuable skill to have. It's not just necessary to launch or deploy new web sites but it's useful for many different reasons. For instance, creating a live site clone to troubleshoot a bug or creating a "staging" area for training an office staff.In this 2 part Screencast Marco shows you how to upload a local Joomla website to a Cpanel Server step by step.For even more help here is a checklist you can use while you are working on your first Joomla upload to your server:Moving a Joomla Site from a Local Server to a Live serverNOTE: This checklist assumes you have Cpanel on the live server and you have used XAMP for your local server.NOTE: This checklist assumes you have Cpanel on the live server and you have used XAMP for your local server.Locate the local folder where your site is (usually htdocs/yourfolder)Open the folder and select your Joomla filesUse your ZIP program to create a ZIP fileGo to your Cpanel and click on "File Manager"Navigate to your public_html folderIf necessary, create another folder where you'll upload the ZIP file you just created. If the file is going live, you can expand directly in public_htmlIn Cpanel's File manager Click on "Upload" and, from the new window, search for your zip file and click UploadOnce it's done, go back to the file manager and click on "Reload" and you'll see the zip fileSelect the ZIP file and click on the "Expand" Icon - Your files should be now in the directory of your choiceGo to the Copanel DB manager and create a new databaseNow create a new user and remember to assign it to the new database

Title:Upload Joomla from Local to Live Server - Part 1
Date:Fri, 19 Mar 2010 06:49:52 +0000
Download File:http://blip.tv/file/get/Conticreative-Up...
Description: This is part 1 of the 10 Minute Joomla! Tips Screencast "Upload Joomla from Local to Live Server"Moving Joomla from one server to another is a very valuable skill to have. It's not just necessary to launch or deploy new web sites but it's useful for many different reasons. For instance, creating a live site clone to troubleshoot a bug or creating a "staging" area for training an office staff.In this 2 part Screencast Marco shows you how to upload a local Joomla website to a Cpanel Server step by step.For even more help here is a checklist you can use while you are working on your first Joomla upload to your server:Moving a Joomla Site from a Local Server to a Live serverNOTE: This checklist assumes you have Cpanel on the live server and you have used XAMP for your local server.Locate the local folder where your site is (usually htdocs/yourfolder)Open the folder and select your Joomla filesUse your ZIP program to create a ZIP fileGo to your Cpanel and click on "File Manager"Navigate to your public_html folderIf necessary, create another folder where you'll upload the ZIP file you just created. If the file is going live, you can expand directly in public_htmlIn Cpanel's File manager Click on "Upload" and, from the new window, search for your zip file and click UploadOnce it's done, go back to the file manager and click on "Reload" and you'll see the zip fileSelect the ZIP file and click on the "Expand" Icon - Your files should be now in the directory of your choiceGo to the Copanel DB manager and create a new databaseNow create a new user and remember to assign it to the new database Throughout this process, make sure to take some notes of the various names and passwords.Go back to your local site and in XAMP open PhpMyAdmin. Click on the "Export" tab.Locate your database and export itNow, in Cpanel open PhpMyAdmin and click on the "Import"Once again, locate the DB file you just exported and upload itNow go to your file manager and select "configuration.php". Click on "Edit" or "Code Editor" (or use the editor of your choice locally and upload the file)Change these fields:var $log_path = 'D:xampphtdocslocalvmlogs'; var $tmp_path = 'D:xampphtdocslocalvm mp'; to something like this: var $log_path = '/home/youraccount/public_html/yourfolder/logs'; var $tmp_path = '/home/youraccount/public_html/yourfolder/tmp'; Then find these fields: var $user = 'root'; var $password = ''; var $db = 'yourDB'; and change them with your own data from the new Database and user you just created. If you have a Virtuemart store, remember to change these entries: define( 'URL', 'D:xampphtdocslocalvm\' ); define( 'SECUREURL', 'D:xampphtdocslocalvm\' ); to the ones relative to your own site by going to administrator/components/com_virtuemart/virtuemart.cfg.php

Title:10MJT-10-02-09 Learn how to Export and Import Joomla Content
Date:Sat, 20 Feb 2010 06:37:48 +0000
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Description: Learn how to Import and Export your Joomla! Sections, Categories and Articles from one Joomla Site to another using the Joomla Export Component (http://bestdownloadsites.com/joomla/download-component). In this short video, Marco will show you how to move your content from one Joomla site to another regardless of version. Learn the tricks to avoid PHP errors or to export just some of your content. Moving content from a Joomla 1.0 to a Joomla 1.5 is just as easy. Just choose the right version of the component and easily move your content from an old 1.0 site to a new 1.5 site.Conticreative.com offers one-on-one online training for those that want to learn more about Joomla, web design or for those professionals that want to learn how to develop Joomla websites faster and easier by using Adobe Dreamweaver. Go to Conticreative.com for more information.

Title:10MJT-09-10-12 Joomla! Sections and Categories
Date:Wed, 21 Oct 2009 19:54:13 +0000
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Description: In this issue of 10 Minute Joomla! Tips we are going to take a look at Joomla's Sections and Categories structure.No other topic has confused so many people so needlessly in the Joomla world. Sections and Categories are simply a categorization system where Sections could more easily be thought about as Categories and the categories themselves as "sub-categories". I am sure, many are now just as confused as before. So why not view this Screencast and take a look not only at what Sections and Categories are, but also at the new K2 component, which turns the concept on its head (and forecasts the way the upcoming new version of Joomla will work), as well as how to create the proper menu links to display sections and categories in Joomla.This is a 15 minute long version of the Screencast and I had to create a 2 part series for youtube viewers. Since I didn't want to start calling it the "15 minute Joomla! tips" screencast, I hope you can forgive this breach in format.Enjoy the video.

Title:10MJT-09-10-11 Retrieve your Joomla! Admin Password
Date:Thu, 15 Oct 2009 01:49:02 +0000
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Description: Have you ever forgotten your Joomla Admin Password?In this Video, Marco of ContiCreative.com will show you a few simple methods for retrieving your admin password in Joomla!The first method is the simplest: Just click on the "Forgot Password?" Link in your login module.But what if your login module is not published? Then use this link: http://www.yourdomain.com/index.php?option=com_user&view=reset to bring up the password reset page.(For the username the link is http://www.yourdomain.com/index.php?option=com_user&view=remindDid you use the wrong email when you created the site? Bummer!The trick above won't work. It's time to go to PhpMyAdmin and perform some magic on the MD5 hash Joomla stores the password in.In the Screencast, Marco will show you how to copy an MD5 hash from one website database to another or you can even generate your own MD5 and paste it in the proper field by Googling "MD5 Generator" or going to http://www.adamek.biz/md5-generator.php where by entering any string in the appropriate field you'll generate an MD5 you can then paste in your "password" field in PMA. (In the screencast, I had not tested this method yet so I left it unanswered)Either way, you won't need to dispare if you forgot your password. One way or another you'll be able to get back in.

Title:How easy to use is Joomla? Compare with sending an email
Date:Sun, 04 Oct 2009 05:52:16 +0000
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Description: In this Episode of 10 Minute Joomla! tips, Marco, your host, compares the process of writing and sending an email using Yahoo Mail to creating and publishing an article in Joomla.Amazingly, if you can send an email , you can publish article sin Joomla. The work flow is almost identical.If you are a web developer, a Joomla developer or someone considering using Joomla for your website, you'll find this side-by-side comparison very compelling.If you are still on the fence on whether to use Joomla or not, this episode of 10MJT can help you make up your mind.-- 10 Minute Joomla! Tips is a screencast produced by Conticreative.com a web agency specializing in Joomla, Virtuemart, Wordpress, Magento and Drupal. Conticreative also offers one-on-one online classes for web users and web developers on using and developing for Joomla, including classes covering topics discussed in the upcoming book "Joomla, Dreamweaver and Firefox web development". A book currently being written by Marco on using Dreamweaver for developing Joomla! web sites.

Title:10MJT-09-09-14 Handling Microsoft Word html text for Web Publishing
Date:Tue, 15 Sep 2009 21:21:00 +0000
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Description: In this edition of 10 Minute Joomla! Tips we discuss writing web content using Microsoft Word and how to make sure that the resulting HTML code will not corrupt the output of our Joomla Web site (or any web site for that matter).Marco of conticreative.com will show some of the main procedures to handle MS Word text, one using the JCE editor "HTML" cleaner button, one with an intermediate step using Notepad or Text Edit to strip the text of its MS Word formatting and finally using a third party online service called "Textism" available at http://textism.com/wordcleaner/ . In addion Marco experiements with Adobe Dreamweaver's own Word HTML cleaning tools and goes over some best practices on how to format content for the web.For those interested in more information on the topic of handling MS Word content for the web, Conticreative.com has a comprehensive blog article with a handy checklist to keep for reference.Enjoy this edition of 10 Minute Joomla! Tips.Links reference:Textism Word Cleaner: http://textism.com/wordcleaner/MS Word Blog Article: http://www.conticreative.com/Web-Technologies-Blog/ms-word-to-html.htmlWord to HTML Checklist: http://www.conticreative.com/ms-word-to-html-checklist.html

Title:10MJT 09-08-16 Patch and launch joomla with Cpanel
Date:Sun, 16 Aug 2009 21:49:16 +0000
Download File:http://blip.tv/file/get/Conticreative-10...
Description: Learn how to update Joomla! 1.5 from an earlier version, then follow Marco while he backups and older 1.0.x Joomla/Virtueamrt shopping cart and launches the patched new Joomla 1.5 site in its place to the top level. Learn how to use Cpanel to make these tasks easier and how to properly move a Joomla! site from a directory to another.

Title:10 MJT 09-07-23 - Joomla Module Suffix CSS Explained
Date:Sun, 26 Jul 2009 23:21:45 +0000
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Description: In this episode of 10 Minute Joomla! Tips Marco explains how to use the Joomla module CSS suffix and how to create yor own when the suffix field is missing in the administrative interface.Even if you are not an expert developer you will learn some interesting techniques and discover that Joomla modules are not that tough after all.

Title:10MJT 09-07-12 Joomla! 1.6 a first Overview
Date:Mon, 13 Jul 2009 18:12:48 +0000
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Description: In this first issue of 10 Minute Joomla!Tips Marco takes you for a first look at the Administration area of Joomla 1.6 Alpha.Check out what Joomla! has in store for you in this next version.

Title:10 Minutes Joomla! Tips - Issue Zero
Date:Mon, 13 Jul 2009 06:57:14 +0000
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Description: 10 Minute Joomla! Tips is a weekly Screencast about the Joomla! CMS, Web Design, HTML & CSS, SEO, Accessibility, best practices and Web Business in General.10MJT is brought to you by ContiCreative.com and Hosted by Marco Conti, Conticreative.com Chief Developer and owner.ContiCreative.com is a US Based Web Agency specializing in building world class custom web sites in Joomla!, Virtuemart, Wordpress and Drupal.ContiCreative.com also offers Joomla!, Web Design, and Web Technologies training for groups and individuals, SEO and web marketing services.


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