JCM August 2013

The August issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month:

Editors Introduction

Bio Feedback, by Alice Grevet

Google Summer of Code

New Look Template Manager - Project Update, by Ram Tripathi

Feature Stories

The Telescopic CMS: Reaching New Users & Bridging Nations, by Ryan Bernstein
A Joomla Bug Squad Lesson on JLayouts, by Peter Wiseman
Ĝumla goes International, by Stella Lindblom


Rebuilding Our Site Part 1: Wireframes, Design and Our Audience, by Ryuhei Yokokawa
Colour and Its Influence on a Website, by Victoria Stone
Hello, Flat Design. 17 Joomla! Templates for Inspiration, by Scott Greenwald
Design Should Reflect Your Brand Identity, by Hannah Kaufman


When Should You Upgrade Your Joomla 1.5 Site, by Alan Langford
How to Add Google+ Authorship to Our Joomla! Site, by Victoria Stone
Higher Rankings and Basic SEO for Your Joomla! Website, by Stephany C Jones


How to Choose an Extension? Part 3: Documentation, by Mike Veeckmans
How to Approach to Big Projects with Joomla!, by Pedro F. Vidal Lopez
Can Joomla! Help me Save Money on E-learning Projects?, by Pedro F. Vidal Lopez
Website Case Study: Polish Joomla! Magazine, by Robert Vining


Master Bootstrap – Free Template for Joomla!, by Victoria Stone
Getting Started with Composer and Joomla!, by David Hurley


JoomlaDay San Francisco - A New Paradigm for Joomla!, by Jennifer Gress
Joomla! World Conference 2013, Get Your Tickets Now!, by Dianne Henning

Business Matters

How to Create a Newsletter People Actually Read, by Shannon Good
Harness The Power of Controversy to Gain More Traffic to Your Joomla! Site, by John Rampton

Project News

Leadership Highlights August 2013, by Marijke Stuivenberg
Joomla! Resources Directory - It's Time for a Change!, by Chad Windnagle

International Stories

Browse the international articles submitted this month.

In our next issue

We want to publish your Joomla! story in the next JCM issue! So take a look at our Author Resources content to get a better idea of what we are looking for, and then register to become a JCM author and submit your Joomla! story!