Joomla is a free and an excellent content management system (CMS) software that is used in building websites and powerful online applications by providing the user with the appropriate platform and resources. Joomla is written in PHP, and it uses object-oriented programming and software design patterns.
It is very easy to use and very extensible this means that the user can customize it as they wish to suit the desired purpose.
These two qualities have put Joomla as the most popular website software available.
In addition to this, Joomla is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone. To keep Joomla very beneficial to its users, the developers are continuously and tirelessly researching and analysing the users need.
After identifying the problems of the users, they add features that will solve those problems in their next update of the software. One the most recent version of the software is Joomla 3.1.
This version has come with perfect features and tools that website developers need to design the most splendid websites and web based applications.
The user can change the number of articles on the Joomla 3.1 front-page. The Joomla front page is a component that builds the introduction text of particular Joomla content items that is the article into the desired layout.
The front page features can be accessed by using a radio button at the top when editing an article on the administrator’s point.
In the case where the home or default menu item is the articles then in the front page layout, then all the articles that are set to appear here in their argument, will be organized according to the settings in the menu item.
Log in to your Joomla Dashboard.
In the top menu, click Content and then choose the article manager.
Click on options at the extreme right.
Find the setting labeled # Leading Articles, change the value next to it, and then click Save in the to left of the page.
Thus you can change the articles that appear on the front page.
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