Learn about SEBLOD - May 14!

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About this Session

In this session, James will take you through the basics of using SEBLOD – a CCK and web application builder for Joomla! You'll learn how to use SEBLOD to create a custom field and add it to the core Joomla! Article. From there, you'll see how easy it is to create a completely new Content Type, and then display your content items in a list. This talk will give you a crash course on the basics, which will give you a great starting point to explore SEBLOD's wide range of manuals and learning material available at http://www.seblod.com/resources/manuals


SEBLOD is a Content Construction Kit (CCK) and Web Application Builder for Joomla. SEBLOD allows you to build powerful web applications without a detailed knowledge of PHP and MySQL. It lets you create custom fields, build new content types, and take full control over how your content is displayed on your website.

About James Morrell

James Morrell has developed and designed websites with Joomla since 2008. Since his first website build using a free RocketTheme template and Joomla 1.0, James has grown substantially in capabilities to offer advanced, professional websites and web applications. A key part of this journey has been the adoption of SEBLOD as his primary development tool. With a background in Communications and Public Relations, James' current website development skill comes almost entirely from using SEBLOD. James now works closely with Octopoos, the France-based creators of SEBLOD, to improve documentation and promote the software. He also continues to grow his company - Digital Communications Online Ltd - offering professional websites to clients in the US and Australia.

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