- Open the article you want to edit.
- In the editor, click on the “Toggle Editor” button. This will switch the editor to its raw HTML mode.
<script> let d = new Date(); document.body.innerHTML = "<h1>Today's date is " + d + "</h1>" </script>
<script src="file.js"></script>It’s as simple as that! You can read more about creating and editing articles in Joomla here.
- Go to the Joomla 4 administrator panel.
- Click on System > Site Templates
- Select your template and click on “Edit Main Page template.”
- Find a suitable location in the
- You can do the same using FTP
<?php $document = JFactory::getDocument(); $document->addScript('/media/system/js/sample.js'); ?>The above code instructs Joomla to load the
When you add a JS file to a Joomla template, you allow for cleaner, more manageable code, and ensure that the same script can be used across different parts of your website.
For more insights on working with Joomla templates, check out this detailed guide.
Frequently Asked Questions
modules/mod_your_module/tmpl/default.php. Edit the default.php file and insert the code with addScript.
index.php file and inserting your script tag before the
Alternately when you add the addScript Joomla function, it will automatically add all the scripts into the head of the Joomla website.
For more tips, tricks, and guides on how to make the most of your Joomla site, be sure to check out our blog.
Finally, if you’re looking to enhance your Joomla site even more, consider hiring a Joomla programmer. A professional can help you incorporate more advanced features and ensure your website is running smoothly.
This article is intended for educational purposes only. All code should be used responsibly and appropriately. Always remember to backup your site and test in a staging environment before making changes to your live site.
For more information on Joomla, check out the official Joomla documentation.