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The W3 organization, which determines the standards of website creation, suggests separating the content from the layout. Content is provided by using the HTML/XHTML language. The layout is provided by using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Listed below are some tutorials that will get you on your way in creating beautiful sites that utilize the power of content separation using CSS.
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Joomla! is a powerful content management system (CMS) that is steadily gaining popularity with website owners. Partly because of its ease of use, this program already comes with a great help system hosted on the Joomla! website at help.joomla.org.
4Christ Ministry has decided to offer both written and video tutorials on how to set up and manage this popular system. We have also created a demonstration site that offers the ability to see first hand what this system is all about.
Listed below are all the tutorials we offer for the Joomla! CMS. Select what you are interested in and enjoy! We are constantly updating this section adding more tutorials as time permits so we invite you to check back often.
Web Management Tutorials
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So you have built your first webpage, but only you can see it! How do you make it so others can see it as well? How do you upload this page to your web site account? What is your web account, anyway? And while we are at it, how do I manage all my emails and all the other stuff that goes with my website?
Look no further! This section contains all the information you need to get started managing your budding web presense. Building a website is no longer enough. You have to know how to manage your site and continue to update it, while also being able to troubleshoot problems that occur.
Tutorials that range from understanding remote access techniques such as FTP and SSH to the basics on website directory structures, as well as techniques on how to manage your user's spam email can be found here. If you don't see a particular subject covered, we invite you to suggest one.
As always, we appreicate you spending time with us!
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XHTML is the backbone of websites. Below you will find our list of tutorials on how to leverage the most basic web language to create your very own website.