An introduction to web statistics with a deep dive in to Google Analytics and what you can then use this information for, making your web site better than ever.

Joomla core developer Andrew Eddie explores the changes to the Joomla 1.6 access control system including how to add your own user groups and access levels. He also looks at the layered approach to permissions from the top-most global level, through components and categories and right down to the article level. (57 minutes)

It's been one of the more requested topics for many years and we're finally delivering. Join Craig Phillips as he shows you how to make template modifications (that will even survive upgrade cycles) ... or not. Watch right through to the end as the hilarity is worth it!

Craig Philips presents the good oil on securing your Joomla sites, based on good sound practices ... and the mistakes of others. As one attendee remarked: "I thought I had a secure site until listening to this - there are still some basics that I have to implement."

Some of the Brisbane Joomla User Group gathers to celebrate the five year mark, a milestone for any open source project.

Joomla core developer Andrew Eddie explores what's new in Joomla 1.6 for extension developers. Joomla 1.6 has many changes that the developer can take advantage of to reduce their code and also automatically take advantage of new features such as the access control system, nested categories and much more. (1 hour 58 min)

Joomla is an open source software application for running web sites that are easy to update. This presentation will get you up and running even faster if you are new to Joomla. Presenter Andrew Eddie also gives fresh information as to some of the differences between Joomla 1.5 and the forthcoming Joomla 1.6.

(Tech note: We shot this episode in progressive format as an improvement. Andrew Eddie looks great, but there was a clash with the sync of the data projector refresh rate. The resulting rolling horizontal banding and codec compression artifacts won't be there in future videos. Sorry about that.)