AVJUG August 2020: Marc Dechèvre - Joomla Custom Fields - A step by step tutorial

Marc Dechevre - Joomla Custom Fields

Marc Dechèvre - Custom Fields - A step by step tutorial

Connect to Zoom, 6pm AEST Tuesday August 18 Check your Local Time

Our Presenter:

Marc Dechèvre is the owner of Woluweb, based in Brussells, Belgium. Woluweb takes care of web projects in a variety of sectors, amongst which the association, non-profit and cultural world is very well represented.

Marc is 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.

Marc is also a regular speaker at different conferences (Belgium, France, Netherlands) and with the switch to virtual user groups is highly saught after by JUGs for presentations at the moment on implementing more advanced types of custom fields.

Topic Overview:

You have heard about Custom Fields, right?

You know it is powerful and useful, but you never took the time to put them into practice?

Or maybe you already play with them, but you would like to go further and create your own overrides including Custom Fields?

Well, after this session you will enter a new dimension!

This month...

  • 6:00: Start & Intros
  • 6:05: 10 minute topic (TBA)
  • 6:15: Keynote - Custom Fields - A step by step tutorial
  • 6:45: Q&A
  • 7:00: Joomla Announcements
  • 7:05: General Q&A through to close.

 

About The Author
Patrick Jackson
Author: Patrick JacksonWebsite: https://www.kpsystems.com.au
MJUG Organiser, Joomla Australia Committee
Patrick's been using Joomla since it was Mambo, and helped with starting the Melbourne Joomla User Group back in 2008. A Certified Joomla Administrator, he's currently increasing his involvement at the Joomla! Project level through the Joomla Community Magazine and Bugs & Fun at Home programs. He runs KPS, a Melbourne based consultancy focussing on Joomla implementation, hosting, maintenance and support.