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    Default its finally here JOOMLA 1.5stable

    http://joomla.org/

    i woke up to see they finally have 1.5stable....this is going to be AWESOME for mobile sites. (wont have to hack the core to take out tables) etc etc

    for anyone interested in it http://physicist.phpnet.us/ has mobile templates and modules..

    im so excited i dont think im going to do my "real " job today....



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    hi, I'm learning xhtml and css at the moment, but I keep hearing about joomla is it worth me getting a book on this? how/will it be helpful in building mobile sites?

    thanks highrolla

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    Quote Originally Posted by highrolla View Post
    hi, I'm learning xhtml and css at the moment, but I keep hearing about joomla is it worth me getting a book on this? how/will it be helpful in building mobile sites?

    thanks highrolla
    we're in the same place brother

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    hi, I'm learning xhtml and css at the moment, but I keep hearing about joomla is it worth me getting a book on this? how/will it be helpful in building mobile sites?
    man, i guess its all on you, ..those skills would come in pretty handy i would say and maybe you have the php and other skills to make a cool, powerful content management website.. i dont ..so i look at it this way....i can NOT make the tool BUT i can use the tool...

    once you learn the in's and out's its a fast and easy way to put up a site that can do a lot of stuff..and its FREE...

    not that they are anything special but the sites in my sig are all joomla core sites. i did the directory sites in about an hour each ..
    i could never do this from scratch (ie scripts,coding,programing and so on)

    i really dont know were to go with an answer to your question other then:
    if you learn how to use joomla and the tools..its just like using a real powerful mobisitegalore. Fast and Easy and you can do some pretty cool things..

    this site was made quite a few months ago using joomla (not mine) lmpoker.mobi it was the first mobile joomla site i saw back in May'ish/June'ish

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    thanks for reply, I bought the tutorial book for joomla 1.5 so I'll let you know how i get on with it.

    thanks highrolla

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    Is there a tutorial for making this mobi compatible?
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    Howdy ... just wanted to let you know that there's a new Joomla kid on the block...

    Inspired by your postings, I decided to go out and research CMS offerings; my first pick to try is Joomla 1.5 and although I haven't actually got anything built yet, I must say that I'm quite pumped by the possibilities a CMS could offer - it has just opened up a whole new world to me!

    It's like, "where have you been my whole life?" Especially with all the extensions out there. Lots of templates too, although I'm still inclined to build my own, if I can figure it out.

    What I like the most is having a solution out of the box (and free) to integrate all kinds of web features without having to program them. This might make my goal of developing hundreds of sites into a reality... and allow me to dual serve pc-friendly as well as mobi-friendly pages.

    I've already found an iphone-optimized template, which could probably serve as a base for other phones, and I'll try those you've already mentioned.

    Lot's of fun ahead!

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    Does this new version score any better with ready.mobi??

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