[Web4lib] RE: Joomla users?

Nancy E. Sosna Bohm nancy at thesmudge.com
Thu Nov 30 14:45:12 EST 2006

Outside of my job in the Library I co-webmaster a growing church website on
a volunteer basis that has used Joomla for the last year and a half.

It has a rather steep learning curve for the backend and even more so for
the design and layout.
The discussion websites seem to only yield answers for basic questions.
Individuals can edit pages without any knowledge of html, but the 2 wywiwyg
editors we've employed have had problems with inserting junk code and odd

Reply to me off-list if you have any questions you think I might be able to
I'm in the digest mode for this list.

Nancy Sosna Bohm
Reference Librarian
Donnelley and Lee Library
Lake Forest College
sosna at lakeforest.edu


Message: 10
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 13:49:53 -0600
From: John <john.yobb at usask.ca>
Subject: Re: [Web4lib] Joomla users?
Cc: web4lib at webjunction.org
Message-ID: <456DE461.1050908 at usask.ca>
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We have been using Drupal since September and so far so good.  

Laurie Isenberg wrote:
> Hi.  We are considering using Joomla to rebuild our site.  Plone is 
> our second choice.  I've heard a lot about Plone, but not much about 
> Joomla.  Are there any Joomla users out there, satisfied or 
> dissatisfied?  I'd love to hear from you.
> Thanks,
> Laurie Isenberg
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Laurie Isenberg
> Systems / Access Services Librarian
> California State University, East Bay
> 510.885.2973 voice / 510.885.4209 fax
> laurie.isenberg at csueastbay.edu
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