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The Template Manager (see Figure 5-1) allows the administrator to select the default template, but also provides editing capabilities for both the main index file of the template and the style sheet file or files. That means that you don t need access to a text editor or FTP capabilities to make simple edits to a template.
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Figure 5-1. The Template Manager allows you to set a template default or edit it. Hovering over the name of a template will display a thumbnail image of the general graphic appearance of that template. Clicking the template name will present the template configuration screen, as shown in Figure 5-2. This screen provides all of the basic details of the template, including a short template description that is retrieved from the template s XML descriptor file. Most commercial templates use the description to include both a summary and an enumeration of the screen/module positions that the template supports. Any parameters available for configuration of the template are shown in the Parameters pane. A template may be assigned to particular menu items using the list box on the right side of the screen. You can assign a template to be used for an individual menu item, multiple menu items, all unassigned articles, or none. To assign the template to all items, you need to set the template as the site default on the main Template Manager screen. Clicking the Edit HTML button will display the basic text editor (see Figure 5-3). This text editor doesn t have any advanced features like syntax highlighting or even search and replace. It was designed to allow minor adjustments and touch-ups when more direct editing is not convenient.
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Figure 5-2. The template configuration screen displays general settings as well as template-specific parameters.
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Figure 5-3. You can edit the HTML of the template from the Joomla Administrator interface.
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Clicking the Edit CSS button on the template screen will open the text editor with the style sheet file of the template. For a template with multiple style sheets, you can select which one to edit (see Figure 5-4). The list will display all style sheet files located in the template s \css folder it does not display only the files listed in the template s XML descriptor file. Therefore, the list may contain files that are not actually used by the template.
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Figure 5-4. When a template has multiple style sheet files, you can select a specific CSS file for editing.
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Most administrators don t spend a great amount of time working in the Template Manager. Once you set up the site template, there is only occasional need to change it. Since you can select another template to be used by the site with two mouse clicks, even revising the look and feel of the site requires little time investment.
Language Manager
The Language Manager allows you to configure the available languages installed on the Joomla CMS. Joomla provides support for interface capabilities in over 40 languages. In fact, a single Joomla installation can support many languages at the same time. Although
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the default language set for the site is the language displayed to new users, Joomla allows each individual registered user to select a preferred language for presentation. Joomla is one of the most robust multilingual applications available. The international focus of Joomla drives the development team to make certain that all of the different languages work properly. The development team has an entire group of people devoted to updating and correcting the various plug-in language extensions. In fact, one of the most popular extensions is Joom!Fish (www.joomfish.net), which helps manage multi-language content. It provides manual translation capabilities and the ability to hold translations for all dynamically generated content in a single database. It even makes it possible to translate static text used by third-party extensions so the entire site (including add-ons) can appear in the selected language. The Language Manager will help you administer a multilingual site, but new languages are installed via the Extension Manager. Once installed, the language will appear in the Language Manager for configuration (see Figure 5-5). The pane under the Language Manager banner allows you to select either Site or Administrator to display the language selections for these interfaces. Joomla provides the flexibility of setting the site presentation in one language and administering it in another.
Figure 5-5. The Language Manager allows selection and configuration of the site and Administrator interface languages. Keep in mind that in addition to the flexibility of allowing language settings for particular users, the site, and the Administrator interface, individual articles can also be configured to use a different language. In the Advanced Parameter pane, which is
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displayed when an article is being edited, a contributor may select the use of any language currently available on the Joomla system from the Content Language dropdown list.
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