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[Joomla Detroit Webinar] How To Create Powerful Content in Joomla!

I just posted a new webinar over at our Meetup.com site!

A Joomla User Group Detroit Webinar

Since it's so cold and nasty outside, I decided to put together another webinar that you can watch in the warm and toasty comfort of your own home!

Learn How To Create Powerful Content In Joomla!

In this webinar, I will not only focus on showing you how to create content in Joomla, but how to make it really fit the look and feel of your website!

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Joomla Content Editor Webinar

jce-logoThe Joomla Content Editor (JCE) is the standard for creating and editing content in Joomla. This feature rich content editor should be one of the tools in your Joomla toolbox, and the best part is that it is free. JCE is feature rich, including advanced profiles for different users, groups and components, but also gives you a wide range of control over just about every aspect of this powerful editing tool!

This is a Webinar! You will be sent meeting information the day of the webinar by 12 noon via email.

RSVP NOW!

On October 23th, we'll take a complete tour of the JCE editor. You will learn how to:

  • Install JCE
  • Configure Global Settings correctly
  • Properly assign and use editor profiles
  • Create your own special profile that can be used on any Joomla install with JCE
  • Setup the editor interface
  • Extend JCE with plugins
  • And So Much More!

The Webinar has 24 slots available, so RSVP quickly! If you can't make it, please do remove yourself from the RSVP list so someone else can take your place. I will be recording the webinar and posting it to the Joomla Detroit website so that you can come back and watch it later as well.


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