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Joomla 3 Tutorial - Lesson 16 - Conclusion

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Shalee DP (8 months ago)
Thanks for sharing these lessons, will go through advance too :)
I've seen all of your tutorials - thank you so much
Joseph Washington (1 year ago)
This was an excellent series. The information was very good, your voice was excellent, and your pace was perfect. The information was extremely relevant. Your zooms in and out complement the corresponding narrative. I looked at other sites, but this was hands down the best. Thank you.
JamesAGuitar (1 year ago)
Very well done tutorial! Thank you.
shadowdriva1 (1 year ago)
Thanks for the videos. I feel smarter now!
Sandeep Neerthattil (1 year ago)
Great tutorial......
Pc GamingHD (1 year ago)
Thanks for these great tutorials relly helped me a lot (Y)
Alex Kwofie (2 years ago)
just going to try this wud bounce back with my comments
Abdollah Mohabbatian (2 years ago)
Thank's!
Mohd Al-Okka (2 years ago)
thank you
Borna Radosevic (2 years ago)
Great tutorial, explained me a lot that other tutorials didnt even touched. At start , when you started , we named our servers www.xyz.com/Joomla 3 , and you said " we will corect name at end of leason". Still i didnt noticed at any course that you mention how to rename our servers back to xyz.com ,(still is "xyz.com/Joomla3") without . Ty
Site Skills (2 years ago)
+Borna Radosevic Ummm ... that does not ring a bell. But to move a site from a sub-folder to the main folder does involve a few steps. 1. BACKUP EVERYTHING. 2. Delete everything from the site EXCEPT the stuff in the sub-folder. 3. Move the files from the sub-folder to the root folder. 4. Open configuration.php and look for any references to the sub-folder (like "log") and change the path to the root folder. 5. Test, test, test. There is another method which is safer, but takes longer. Use the free Akeeba Backup extension.
Scott Raughton (2 years ago)
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and taking the time to assemble it into an easy to follow format.
Dwb Coan (2 years ago)
Well that this Basic course of yours was the best couple of hours I have spent in a long time. Thank you so much...beautifully done. I was struggling for the past few weeks with Joomla.. After many years of html back in the 80's & 90's I was lost with Joomla since iIstopped in 2000. Now I am ready for your paid course! Great job!! I feel a lot better.. Thanks Dr. Bill
Ionel Ionell (2 years ago)
nicely done tutorial, keep on keeping on ;) internet needs more people like you, hope your effort gets paid, I wish you luck!
Jean Silva (2 years ago)
Grato.
VegaH 87 (3 years ago)
Good course. Very easy to follow and well explained. Thank you very much!
Emma Prettyman (3 years ago)
thank you!
GAURAV SHAH (3 years ago)
thank you sir!!!!!!!!!
Richard Pierik (3 years ago)
Thanks!
Black jnr (3 years ago)
stay blessed. great job!!
Mohammed Ali Kabeer (3 years ago)
Thanks for the Tutorial, Once we finished with sub directory how to move to main directory, right now my site in under www.qhseworld.com/newsite
Amr Alfoly (3 years ago)
i have seen it all it's a great tutorial thank you
Ajay Srivastava (3 years ago)
great tutorial. thanks
Sawsan Jaber (3 years ago)
thank you :)
Kzime Ray (3 years ago)
great tutorial..
Gulaid Ibrahim (3 years ago)
Thanks Instructor, you helped me a lot, and may God Bless you.
Abrar Hussain (4 years ago)
very very good work. thank you for sharing and i learnt alot and gona start my page.thank you

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