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In this video we have a look at Canva, a great tool for making graphics and other consumables for your Joomla site.


  • The video is about using Canva for creating graphics for a Joomla website.
    - The speaker, Tim Davis, is a Joomla fan and runs a YouTube channel for Joomla tutorials.
    - There's mention of an upcoming live stream with Tasos Maernos showcasing the "Convert Forms" extension.
    - The video is sponsored by, which offers tools for managing Joomla sites.
    - Tim mentions an update to Akiva's FO F plug-in, which he used on multiple sites.
    - Tim talks about Canva and its affiliate program, hinting at sharing a link in the description.
    - He discusses his struggle with creating graphics and shows some templates he has set up.
    - Tim mentions the need to create a client login button for a Joomla site.
    - He highlights Canva's templates for social media, YouTube intros, and more, as well as its video creation capabilities.
    - Tim demonstrates how to change styles and colors in Canva and how to search for images.
    - He briefly explores Canva's editing tools and mentions that Canva can be useful for people who need help with graphics.
    - Tim starts creating a button for the client login but mentions it may be faster to use CSS override or Bootstrap classes for buttons.
    - He talks about recreating a client's logo for the website because the original file was lost.
    - Tim mentions the importance of clients having proper digital files for their logos.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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