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How to Schedule Joomla Articles to Be Published in Future

Program Joomla Articles to Be Published in Future

One of the most useful content management features in Joomla is the "Start Publishing" option.

Start publishing allows us to decide the date when an existing article will be published automatically in future. This allows you to create time-sensitive content before you need it, and thus, you can publish it while you're still in bed or on vacation.

In this post, I'm going to explain how you can schedule articles to be published in the future.

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How to Show Social Media Icons in Joomla

How to Show Your Social Icons in Joomla

Almost every website builder wants to make it easy for visitors to find them on social media. Easy Social Icons lets you easily add all the popular social networks to your site.

If you want a great-looking set of social icons on your site, then try the Easy Social Icons module.lets you easily add all the popular social networks to your site.

Easy Social Icons lets you easily add all the popular social networks to your site from Delicious and Digg to YouTube and Yelp.

All you have to do is add the username of the site you want to add and save. Easy Social Icons will automatically generate nice-looking icons with the correct URL to your profile.

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How to Create Layout Overrides for Joomla Tags

How to Customize Tags for Joomla Articles

Joomla allows you to customize almost any feature through overrides.

Layout overrides are a type of override that enable you to customize small elements such as the article author or published date.

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a layout override for Joomla tags.

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Page and Module Class Suffixes in Joomla

Page and Module Class Suffixes in Joomla

When creating modules in Joomla, you may have seen a "Module Class Suffix" option.

When you add menu links in Joomla, you may have seen a "Page Class" option.

Did you know that these two features are very closely related? These features allow you to add custom CSS to specific modules or pages. This makes suffixes a really good way to style individual modules and pages.

Many Joomla template designers rely heavily on these suffixes to create their unique designs.

In the videos below, we'll introduce you to page and module suffixes. These videos are part of our "CSS for Joomla" class which is available inside Joomlashack University.

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Free Tutorials on Updating From Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3

How to Update From Joomla 2.5 to Joomla 3
Joomla 3 is a wonderful way to build websites!
 
It's been nearly three years since the last update to Joomla 2.5, so we want to help anyone stuck on 2.5.
 
We've released a 100% free class from Joomlashack University. This class explains how to move Joomla 2.5 sites to Joomla 3.

Joomla itself updates smoothly from 2.5 to 3. The main issues occur with extensions or templates that haven't been adapted for Joomla 3. Watch these videos, and you should be ready to migrate. If you need help, click here to talk with our Joomla migration experts.

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How to Create Tabs Using Joomla and Bootstrap

How to Create Tabs Using Joomla Bootstrap
If you are a Joomla developer, and you are creating your own extension or template, it will often happen that you need a nice way to organize your output so that it looks neat on the page.

A good way to do this is using a tab set, that is, a clickable set of information panes.

This article shows how to do this using Joomla Bootstrap. The Bootstrap framework is a jQuery plugin which is distributed as part of the Joomla core.

The image below has an example of tabs in action:

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