Do you build sites with Joomla CMS?

Philippines
February 7, 2007 10:14am CST
I've been using Joomla for over a year now. And I'm agree with the people who say it's one of the best CMS if not the best. Do you have techniques in Joomla? or do you have problems in implementing it? Please feel free to discuss it with us...
7 responses
• Philippines
6 Mar 07
I have not yet built a site with Joomla but am thinking of converting my static websites to Joomla. Incidentally, I have for a week now started porting some of my sites to Wordpress. Do you know of any active Joomla groups in the Philippines? I would love to learn Joomla and would be open to any consultancy arrangement within the Philippines to help me upgrade / convert around two corporate sites to Joomla.
• Philippines
6 Mar 07
are you form the philippines? i'm in cebu actually. as for the joomla group, there's the filipino section at joomla.org where i'm also a member, but it's not that active. just a few posts from time to time. with regards to your upgrading/converting some sites in joomla, i think i can help you with that. here's my latest project using joomla: www.condotel-rentals.com we can talk about your requirements if you wish to. you can contact me at jabranggan@yahoo.com
• Philippines
6 Mar 07
sorry for the typo... it's jbaranggan@yahoo.com
• Philippines
6 Mar 07
Thanks for the suggestion and the offer. I will contact you by email. Hope to learn more about Joomla.
@superzc (61)
• China
12 Feb 07
Joomla?I think it too hard to learn. I want a CMS quick bulid a site olny few hours,and easy to updata.I dont know witch CMS fit to me.Pluem or papoo or etc.Joomla I not know how to install.I only know Use DW to build simple Html
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
Well, it's a CMS you know... ;0) But if you've tinkered with it for a month or two, you'll see how much time you can save from hand-coding...
@sunita64 (6474)
• India
10 Feb 07
First thing I would like to know from where I can get this Joomla CMS, till now I am using only Html to design my website, now I want to improve on technology, do you have any suggestion from where I can download the basics. Please advise.
• Indonesia
9 Feb 07
i've tried joomla, joomla is good but i need more time to learn about it, its directory structure, plugins etc. and i've tried some CMS Software also like mambo,drupal,nucleus. i prefer to build my own CMS so i can recognize everything cause i build them my self from zero.. i designed the structure of file, database, coding logic and everything myself. the best advantage i got is i can recognize and response the error much faster cause i recognize and i have my own documentation with every pieces of The code
• Philippines
10 Feb 07
well, it's good you have the technical expertise to build your own CMS. Keep it up.
• United Arab Emirates
7 Feb 07
yes . i think its very easy in it. i just build a website for my school with that. visit it at www.almajdsc.edu.tf . the domain registration is pending. its very easy. than html.
• Philippines
7 Feb 07
hi there... nice to know you're finding Joomla easy to use. Unfortunately, I can't open your website. It's being redirected to freehostia.com and it seems the site is down. anyway, here's one of my joomla websites : http://webseo.freehostia.com
@semodders (457)
7 Jul 07
I have tried joomla and alot of other CMS, i tried joomla once and i couldn't find any modules or blocks or addons i needed also couldn't find any good templates so i installed phpnuke again because it had alot of plugins and alot of themes, it has over 1000 plugins and a lot of themes, you can download phpnuke from www.phpnuke.org they have a few plugins but if you want a collection over 1000 plugins for phpnuke then go on www.phpnuke-downloads.com they have the largest phpnuke plugins to download!. I have an website of my own www.cellphonejunky.co.uk i am using Phpnuke for my CMS and it is working really well.
@tyo_line (51)
• Indonesia
23 Mar 07
i try joomla for my friend's website and my friend said that the site not so fast in loading. btw, the site is www.orbittechonline.com.