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Beginning Joomla!: From Novice to Professional Paperback – 19 Jul 2007

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About the Author

Dan Rahmel is a Windows programmer with more than 14 years of experience designing and implementing information systems and deploying mid-sized client/server solutions using Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Microsoft Access, and Visual FoxPro. As an author, he has written over a dozen books including Nuts-and-Bolts Filmmaking, Visual Basic Programmer's Reference (first, second, and third editions), Building Web Database Applications with Visual Studio, Teach Yourself Database Programming in 24 Hours, Developing Client-Server Applications with Visual Basic, and many more. His books have been translated into various languages including Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, and Portuguese. He is a contributor to DBMS, Internet Advisor, and American Programmer magazines.

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It is a challenge to write a book for a beta version of any software. However, the current version (1.5) is pretty stable and is well supported in this book. It is highly readable and practical. It assumes a knowledge of CSS and HTML but manages the balance between novice and professional very well. Be aware that there is a great deal of useful material on the Joomla site and on associated forums so it is worth being aware of this efore you buy. Overall, though I recommend this book.
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I purchased this book in order to learn about Joomla coding for our website. I have used it extensively and have created a great website for my academic and business needs. I am very happy to recommend it as it a fantastic value for money, easy to understand and to apply. Most likely it will not hurt to get the latest edition, as the code like this will be enhanced very soon.
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El libro está muy bien y su precio nuevo de 0,01 increíble. El transporte es lo que subió el precio, pero el total fue de 4,03 libras. Envío rápido
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This book recommends using joomla 1.5, which isn't necisarrily a bad suggestion. However, 1.5 is still a beta version at the time of this writing and at the time I recieved the book. This obviously creates some problems. For example most extensions for joomla 1 don't work, despite the "legacy mode", including JCal which was recommended for use in the book.

I found chapter 13 to go into very little detail aswell, and I could have used a lot more help there. If your going to be using joomla 1.5 understand that there is much less support for it at the moment and you may well be better off going with version 1 still. This was written september 2007.
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