Joomla Web Hosting Template

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Joomla Web Hosting Template

Free templates Joomla

Discover selection of 20+ Free Joomla templates with originally designed, to meet the specific needs of users. Ordasoft collection include the most popular topics for creating websites: Real estate, e-commerce, car dealer, multipurpose. All templates also have responsive design, customized Joomla 4 and have powerful functionality!

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Explore collection of 100+ premium website designs for Joomla! Easy and fast installation, fully mobile friendly design, already included most powerful plugins and modules! In the premium collection, you’ll find web design templates that are perfect for e-commerce, business, real estate, car dealer, car rental, portfolio, blog, event, community, authors, recruitment, education, beauty website templates!

Making a purchase on our site you get not only a professional template for Joomla CMS, but also already installed extensions to it, with the option to automatically update to the latest version.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Joomla Templates

❓ Do Ordasoft Joomla templates have responsive design?

Yes, all colection of Joomla templates – 100% mobile friendly. Templates provide beautiful experience for your clients on any device: mobiles, desctops, computers.

❓ How do I install joomla template?

❓ Will I be able to change the design in the website template?

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joomla templates

Joomla (/ˈdʒuːm.lɑː/), also spelled Joomla! (with an exclamation mark) and sometimes abbreviated as J!, is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) for publishing web content on websites. Web content applications include discussion forums, photo galleries, e-Commerce and user communities and numerous other web-based applications. Joomla is developed by a community of volunteers supported with the legal, organisational and financial resources of Open Source Matters, Inc.

Joomla is written in PHP, uses object-oriented programming techniques and software design patterns, and stores data in a MySQL database.[2] It has a software dependency on the Symfony PHP framework. Joomla includes features such as page caching, RSS feeds, blogs, search, and support for language internationalisation. It is built on a model–view–controller web application framework that can be used independently of the CMS.

Around 6,000 extensions are available from the Joomla website,[3] and more are available from other sources. As of 2022, it was estimated to be the fifth most used CMS on the Internet, after WordPress, Shopify, Wix and Squarespace.[4][5]

Contents
1 Overview
2 History
2.1 2005–2007
2.2 2008–2011
2.2.1 Molajo
2.3 2012–2014
2.4 2015–2018
2.5 2019–2020
3 Version history
3.1 Versions in use
4 Templates
5 Development and support
5.1 Developers
5.2 Conferences
5.3 Financial support
6 Awards
7 CMS Market Share
8 Google Searches Trend
9 See also
10 Notes
11 References
12 External links
Overview
Joomla has a web template system using a template processor. Its architecture is a front controller, routing all requests for non-static URIs via PHP which parses the URI and identifies the target page. This allows support for more human-readable permalinks. The controller manages both the frontend, public-facing view, and a backend (GUI-driven) administration interface. The administration interface (a) stores management and content information within a database, and (b) maintains a configuration file (configuration.php, usually located in the file system root of the Joomla installation). The configuration file provides the connection between the server, database and file system and facilitates migrating the website from one server to another.[6]

The backend interface allows website operators to manage users, menus, extensions and web content.[note 1]

Joomla is designed to be used by people who have basic website creation skills and requires an Apache–MySQL–PHP server like LAMP or WAMP.[note 2] Commercially based web hosting services may include control panels for automatically installing Joomla for their customers. Joomla may be used to create localhosted-web applications that run on a range of AMP servers.[2]

Risk management, backup and recovery are the website operator’s responsibility. Joomla does not have website backup or recovery facilities built into the core CMS; third party-written products (as installable extensions or in standalone products) exist.

Other software facilities (whether as natively installable extensions utilising the Joomla framework or via “software bridges”) extend a website’s range of applications to include discussion forums, photo galleries, e-Commerce, user communities, and numerous other web-based applications.

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