Joomla Interview


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1. Joomla is released under which license?

Joomla is released under the Gnu General Public License 2 (GPL).

2. What are mambots? 

Mambots are small codes or mini-programs, which when given, either activate a program, script or conduct a function on a database. For example, there are mambots WYSIWYG editors. There are mambots for several other specific taks like this.

3. What are plug-ins?   

In the new version of Joomla 1.5, mambots are called plug-ins. In some 3rd party components, mambots and modules themselves have plug-ins. Hence, plug-ins can be given the same definition as a mambot, that they are small codes or mini-programs, which when given, activate a program or script or conduct a function on the database.

4. What are modules?  

Modules are small content items that extend the functionality in Joomla. They allow the user to place them anywhere that the template allows it, through the…

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Add videos in Joomla article


Firstly go to the administrator panel of your Joomla site by going to the link

http://www.mydomain.com/administrator/

After login go to “site” and select “global configuration”.

  1. In the site settings section there is “Default Editor” option.
  2. Change it to “Editor – TinyMCE” and save.

Go to “extensions” and select “Plug-In Manager”.

  1. Select “Editor – TinyMCE”.
  2. In the basic options (in the right side), change the value of “Clean code on save” to “Front Only”, by default this value is “Always”.
  3. In the end on this section change the value of “Prohibited Elements” to “script,applet” and by default the value is “script,applet,iframe”.
  4. Now you can write iframe tags in your articles. Continue reading