- Joomla Development

kWEBdesign - Joomla site design and development with a personal touch. - Joomla Development
Contact Name:
Johanna Kaeppner
St. Pascal
Phone number:

Joomla content management systems allow site owners to control and update content anywhere, anytime. Joomla is  developed with a wide variety of interactive, user-friendly features. Joomla sites can be bilingual or multilingual. They adhere to the latest web standards. Free modules and extensions can be added to you CMS to implement e-commerce, social networking, blogging and many other site features. Joomla content management systems come in a variety of configurations including:

  • Web Portals
  • Forums
  • Blogs
  • Groupware- Project Management
  • Learning Management
  • Image Galleries
  • eCommerce
  • Wikis
  • Customer Relations Management
  • Social Networking
  • Dating Sites
  • Business Directories
  • Video and Photo Uploading


  • Joomla site development
  • Joomla template design
  • Content migration
  • Extension integration
  • Database back-up
  • Site conversion and migration
  • Domain name registration
  • Web hosting

Working Language(s):

  • English, French

Joomla Professional Experience:

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