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Joomla! Creating and Editing Custom Templates: Creating the XML File
Custom templates are the key to making a Joomla!-driven website stand out. In Joomla! Creating and Editing Custom Templates, Jen Kramer McKibben offers instruction and insight to help Joomla! users create eye-popping websites. Jen starts with the basics, like how to add the Joomla! template codes to a static HTML layout, install the template package, and clean up styling after installation. She also shows how to make multiple layouts within the same Joomla! template, configure menus and submenus, and more.
In this video, host Jen Kramber McKibben discusses the XML file, the last thing you need to create to have all the files ready for the Joomla template installation is the XML file. She shows how to create the file in this clip.
Creating the XML File
|Creating the XML file|
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Jen Kramer McKibben develops sites that are functional, usable, accessible, and supportive of business and marketing goals. She is the Program Director for the Master's of Science in Internet Technologies program (MSIT), and she teaches courses and workshops in website design and management (including Joomla!) at the Marlboro College Graduate Center.
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