This defines the state of various parts of your Joomla installation. For example, installed Elements will only display on your Web site if they're published. Content items can be managed with a start and end date of publishing.
The act of transferring your Web site files to a Web server where they can be accessed on the Internet. Because you are logged into your hosting account when using SiteCLERK, SiteCLERK is able to use your account information and automatically publish all of your files to your Web server for you.
When a page group is uploaded onto Webstore it is always hidden and is only visible to other logged on members of the same organisation and not anonymous browsers. A Publisher for that folder is able to publish the page group(s) so that any browser can read it/them. See Browse (Logged on).
When you publish a calendar, unless you password protect it, you make it publicly available on the Web. Anyone can see the calendar, and use the Trumba Add to Calendar service to add events from the calendar to their Microsoft Office Outlook, MSN Hotmail, Apple iCal, or Google calendars. See also Share, Subscribe.
Publish means to time to put your pages on the Web for everyone to see. As long as you have not published your site, you can continue to edit and input content to your working version and no one else can see it. One you publish your site, it is â€œliveâ€ and everyone on the Internet can view it.
State of various parts of your Joomla! installation, indicating whether that particular piece is visible on the site or operational (very much like an on-off switch). For example, installed elements will not be displayed on your web site if they are unpublished. Content items can be managed with a start and end date of publishing. See also Unpublish(ed).
a unattended batch-processing application for creating DjVu and processing DjVu metadata, JRA Convert is an interactive wizard application, designed specifically for ad-hoc conversion processing when the need arises
Windows installer method for advertising an application. When you publish an application, the installer does not create shortcuts or Start menu icons, but the application is configured to be installed the first time another application activates it. See also advertise, assign.
A method of advertising an application by using Windows 2000 Group Policy support. A published application is not advertised with shortcuts or Start menu icons. Instead, the application is configured to be installed the first time another application requests it, such as when double-clicking a .doc file from Windows Explorer. See also advertise, assign. X Y Z
once a weblet is ready to be viewed the overall owner should use the publish facility to make it visible to the outside world. Prior to publishing, changes made in the back office are not viewable by normal visitors.
The end of the process for adding content to Urban Forestry South. A reviewer publishes content submitted that is acceptable for the website. Only when information is 'published' is it available for other website users to read, copy or download (as applicable).
A "patch" applied to the UO servers that includes game changes, bug fixes, and sometimes new bugs. Generally feared by the gaming population, since the servers tend to be somewhat unstable afterwards. More information can be found on the Official Update Center.