Announcing the New Joomlashack University

Welcome to the New Joomlashack University

Our aim at Joomlashack is to help you improve your skills and grow your business.

Yes, it's helpful if you know Joomla administration, design and development. But it's also helpful to have complementary skills that give you access to the web world around Joomla.

So today we're relaunching Joomlashack University to include classes on all the topics you need to suceed. The new Joomlashack University has over 1,400 videos on everything from Joomla SEO and Security to extension development to Bootstrap 4.

The lessons include design as Bootstrap, LESS and SASS. The lessons also focus on development abilities such as PHP, Javascript and Git.

The Joomla skills

Joomlashack University now has nearly 30 classes on Joomla. These include all the guidance that a Joomla beginner needs. But you can learn lots of more advanced skills too, including our series on Joomla development:

The complementary skills

The other topics inside Joomlashack University include PHP and MySQL, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Git and Version Control, Developer Tools and Design Frameworks.

If that's not enough, you'll also find videos on Podcasting, GIMP, Marketing and SEO.

Get your own Joomlashack certificates

Each class in Joomlashack University has one or more quizzes to test your knowledge. Pass the quiz, and you'll earn an official Joomlashack certificate. These certificates can be downloaded as PDFs:

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How can I join Joomlashack University?

If you're a member of the Everything Club, you automatically get full access to Joomlashack University.

You can also join Joomlashack University for as low as $39.

What comes next with Joomlashack University?

We're getting ready for Joomla 4. Joomlashack University members can already watch videos on Bootstrap 4 and download a book on CSS Grid, the frontend for Joomla 4. And over the next few months we'll be ramping up the Joomla 4 training.

About the author

Steve is the CEO of Joomlashack. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. Steve has been involved with Joomla since 2006.