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3/11/19 - Review of Joomla Day Florida 2019

Review of Joomla Day Florida 2019 on March 11, 2019 at the DFWJUG:

Joomla Day Floridia is one of the larger Joomla Days in the world. This year it was three days from February 22-24, 2019.

Jeff Morris one of our long time members of the group was there and reported on the conference.

You can download the .pdf file of Jeff's presentation with all the great links here.

The presentation was not recorded, but all the great info are the links that were presented and in the .pdf .

You can also download some great handouts on the following topics from https://rytechsites.com/index.php/about/my-blog/2406-joomladayflorida-2019

Introduction to Joomla
Joomla Advanced Content Editing
Modules in Joomla
Intermediate Joomla (NOTE: this handout has the wrong cover page...this is really Intermediate Joomla)
RSForms Joomla

Questions, reach out to Jeff Morris.

2/11/19 - Introduction to Joomla 3 Template Overrides

Introduction to Joomla 3 Template Overrides at the DFW JUG February 11, 2019

Topic: Introduction to Joomla 3 Template Overrides

Many Joomla webmasters have heard about template overrides, but don’t know how to do them. They assume they need to know PHP in order to make changes to their template.

Good news! As long as you are pretty solid with HTML and CSS, you can create template overrides without having to write any PHP scripts.

In our meetup this month, we will go over the what template overrides are, discuss a few use cases, and then walk through creating a template override on a Joomla 3 website.

A link to the recording will go HERE when available.

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