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    Joomla Archiving

    Ok, so I use Joomla for my football teams website - and it's been absolutely spot on!

    Thing is it's getting close to the end of the season and I want to archive (not delete) all this seasons articles, so they can be accessed in later years.

    We have articles for the league table, stats, fixtures and results, match reports etc etc and I want the easiest way to put them in a 2008/2009 season archive, so I can start a fresh next year.

    Any thoughts?

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    In joomla 1.5.x you just select articles and archive them, its in article manager on the menu at the top.

    You can link to archives. Create a new link select type: Article then Choose article archive list.

    I think you can do this is Joomla 1.0.X aswell but I can't remember off the top of my head.

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