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Part 2 - Cassiopeia Template

Part 2 - Cassiopeia Template

Guest Speaker: Marc Dechevre -

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This will be a Part 2 in our discussion of the Cassiopeia Template

We will continue from our last session and learn more about what you can do with Cassiopeia - just to start....

  • add logo to same row as menu
  • djustments for accessibility
  • changing sequence of modules on mobile phone view

About Marc:

As owner of Woluweb, I take care of web projects in a variety of sectors, amongst which the association, non-profit and cultural world is very well represented.

I am very much involved in the Open Source world, in particular in the Joomla Community.  Joomla is indeed one of the best CMS, the perfect compromise between user-friendliness and power. In particular, it is the perfect fit for multilingual websites as it is managed natively, which is very nice and important in the Belgian or European multicultural environment.

I am also a regular speaker at different conferences (Belgium, France, Netherlands) and I am also aways pleased to give trainings and share my knowledge.

Part 1 Session from November 2021:

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