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    Creating A School Website With Joomla E-Book

    One for all those looking to develop a school website based on Joomla.

    Maybe a sticky?
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    Re: Creating A School Website With Joomla E-Book

    stickified!

    thanks sysman_mk... v2 off EduGeek will surely include a section for howto-type articles.

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    Re: Creating A School Website With Joomla E-Book

    I was thinking a while back of doing something similar to what Joomla Shack has done and creating a pre configured Joomla setup for a school to use, but beaten me to it now.

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    thanks

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    I was thinking a while back of doing something similar to what Joomla Shack has done and creating a pre configured Joomla setup for a school to use, but beaten me to it now.
    thanks

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    Be trying to learn Joomla, this will be a great starting point

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    thanks ., i think this is great article

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    im having problems accessing the attachment. Keeps directing me to the frontpage. Anyone else getting this?

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    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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    Hi mikeglover,


    Did you manage to download this article...i have the same problem as you...does anyone know any solutions..

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    this is probrobly a invaild link now, since the forum upgrade to the new version of vBulletin

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    How about the firewall? Anyone can recommend to be used for school's website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crassus17 View Post
    How about the firewall? Anyone can recommend to be used for school's website?
    Use Admin Tools by Akeeba, it is a fantastic tool and even the free version is great for security. If you are really concerned you can also use RSFirewall by RSJoomla, which cost money but with the two your site will be well protected. Of course no security tool can defend against a crappy server, so make sure you did not fudge there and have a good server solution to base your security on.

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    Joomla CMS is easy to use or maintain. it's good for school website development.

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