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free joomla! video training

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In partnership with OSTraining, Joomla! launched a new site where you can take video classes to learn how to install, manage, keep your site secure, and more.

In this post I’ll share with you the 5 video classes you can watch for free.

These professional video classes will help you to learn the basics, and even extend your knowledge about Joomla SEO, security and multilingual sites.
a brief summary of the Joomla! videos you can watch from here.

The Beginners Guide to Joomla! 3

This class teaches you all of the essential concepts and knowledge you need to get started with Joomla 3.

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How to Maintain a Joomla! 3 Site

In this class we show you how manage a Joomla 3 site. Rod explains user access control. He also shows you how to maintain, backup, update and move your Joomla site.

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How to Keep Joomla! 3 Sites Safe

Keeping your Joomla website from getting hacked isn't hard, but there are some basics that you simply must ensure get done.

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How to Build Multilingual Sites in Joomla! 3

This class teaches you how to build multi-lingual Joomla sites. You'll learn how to translate your Joomla site and attract visitors in more than one language.

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How to Improve SEO on Joomla! 3 Sites

In this class, Steve gives us an overview of SEO in Joomla 3. He covers topics such as Joomla! URLs, aliases, metadata and Google Analytics. Along the way he shares some extensions that will help you optimize your Joomla sites.

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