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Choosing an Open Source CMS by Nirav Mehta

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Time for action-setting up a template

  1. We have a .zip file of the Jamba template. Unzip it.
  2. This results in two folders and one HTML file. These two folders show that the ZIP file actually contains two different versions of this template: one for Joomla version 1.0 and another for 1.5.
    Time for action-setting up a template
  3. Let's find out which version of Joomla! do we have. Go to the Joomla! administration panel and look for the version number. If you have Joomla 1.5, it shows at the top right of the page. If you have version 1.0, it is shown in the page footer. For our installation, it shows like this.

    Note

    Your version may be different

    Joomla! (like other open source CMSs) is upgraded regularly. ...

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