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How to Install Joomla 3.x

Requirements Before installing Joomla, you should make sure that your server meets the minimum requirements for the Joomla release you wish to use. These requirements are made available on Joomla.org and can be checked against your existing server version, PHP, and MySQL (or supported alternatives). For most

Joomla Documentation /docs/joomla/platform/install_joomla_3x.md
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Hadron: How to Customize the 404 Page

Introduction The 404 page serves as a quickly recognizable message that displays when your server is unable to find a page your visitor is requesting. It is most commonly displayed as the result of a broken or dead link. Rather than displaying a jarring, simple black-and-white page with a giant

Joomla Documentation /docs/joomla/templates/g4hadron/404.md
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Myriad: How to Customize the 404 Page

Introduction The 404 page serves as a quickly recognizable message that displays when your server is unable to find a page your visitor is requesting. It is most commonly displayed as the result of a broken or dead link. Rather than displaying a jarring, simple black-and-white page with a giant

Joomla Documentation /docs/joomla/templates/g4myriad/404.md
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Iridescent: How to Customize the 404 Page

Introduction The 404 page serves as a quickly recognizable message that displays when your server is unable to find a page your visitor is requesting. It is most commonly displayed as the result of a broken or dead link. Rather than displaying a jarring, simple black-and-white page with a giant

Joomla Documentation /docs/joomla/templates/iridescent/404.md
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Plethora: How to Customize the 404 Page

Introduction The 404 page serves as a quickly recognizable message that displays when your server is unable to find a page your visitor is requesting. It is most commonly displayed as the result of a broken or dead link. Rather than displaying a jarring, simple black-and-white page with a giant

Joomla Documentation /docs/joomla/templates/plethora/404.md
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WordPress: How to Install WordPress 3.x

WordPress: PHP version 5.2.4 or greater MySQL version 5.0 or greater WordPress recommends a server powered by Apache or Nginx for their feature set and security, but this is not a requirement. Any server capable of running these versions of PHP and MySQL is a likely candidate for WordPress. You will

Wordpress Documentation /docs/wordpress/start/install_wordpress_3x.md
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Xenon: Recreating the Demo - Bottom Section

Item 1 Name Item-01 Item 1 Testimonial Style Standard Item 1 Image Custom Item 1 Content Install the RocketLauncher onto your server, to get a near equivalent copy of the demo, to help understand how Xenon is configured. Item 1 Author Jeffrey Beck Item 1 Company Creative

Wordpress Documentation /docs/wordpress/themes/xenon/demo_bottom.md
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ImageBorders

the corresponding folder of your Magento site, if developing locally. If you are developing on a remote server, you can simply upload the app and skin folders to the Magento install on your server. Magento uses a hierarchy system. Adding the files in the base folder will work with any theme package

Magento Documentation /docs/magento/extensions/imageborders/
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ProductVideo

the corresponding folder of your Magento site, if developing locally. If you are developing on a remote server, you can simply upload the app and skin folders to the Magento install on your server. Magento uses a hierarchy system. Adding the files in the base folder will work with any theme package

Magento Documentation /docs/magento/extensions/productvideo/
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ProductView

the corresponding folder of your Magento site, if developing locally. If you are developing on a remote server, you can simply upload the app and skin folders to the Magento install on your server. Magento uses a hierarchy system. Adding the files in the base folder will work with any theme package

Magento Documentation /docs/magento/extensions/productview/