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Where is the Static Content Item? PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 10 August 2008 23:13

In Joomla! versions prior to 1.5 there were separate processes for creating a Static Content Item and normal Content Items. The processes have been combined now and whilst both content types are still around they are renamed as Articles for Content Items and Uncategorized Articles for Static Content Items.

If you want to create a static item, create a new Article in the same way as for standard content and rather than relating this to a particular Section and Category just select Uncategorized as the option in the Section and Category drop down lists.

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 August 2008 23:13
 
What is the FTP layer for? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Site Admin   
Wednesday, 06 August 2008 21:27

The FTP Layer allows file operations (such as installing Extensions or updating the main configuration file) without having to make all the folders and files writable. This has been an issue on Linux and other Unix based platforms in respect of file permissions. This makes the site admin's life a lot easier and increases security of the site.

You can check the write status of relevent folders by going to ''Help->System Info" and then in the sub-menu to "Directory Permissions". With the FTP Layer enabled even if all directories are red, Joomla! will operate smoothly.

NOTE: the FTP layer is not required on a Windows host/server.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2008 21:27
 
My MySQL database does not support UTF-8. Do I have a problem? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Site Admin   
Thursday, 07 August 2008 09:30
No you don't. Versions of MySQL lower than 4.1 do not have built in UTF-8 support. However, Joomla! 1.5 has made provisions for backward compatibility and is able to use UTF-8 on older databases. Let the installer take care of all the settings and there is no need to make any changes to the database (charset, collation, or any other).
Last Updated on Thursday, 07 August 2008 09:30
 
Why does Joomla! 1.5 use UTF-8 encoding? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Site Admin   
Tuesday, 05 August 2008 01:11

Well... how about never needing to mess with encoding settings again?

Ever needed to display several languages on one page or site and something always came up in Giberish?

With utf-8 (a variant of Unicode) glyphs (character forms) of basically all languages can be displayed with one single encoding setting.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 August 2008 01:11
 
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