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  • The video is about the relationship between Joomla's database and files.
    - The video is part of a series on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
    - The presenter, Tim Davis, mentions his experience with Joomla and offers Joomla-related services.
    - The video is sponsored by "," a Joomla site management tool.
    - Tim discusses an issue with sample data installation but proceeds to demonstrate database and file access in Joomla.
    - Tim explains the difference between files and databases in a content management system (CMS).
    - Files store static or binary content like images, while databases store structured data and textual content.
    - Files are stored in the file system, while databases use tabular formats for data storage.
    - Databases provide flexibility in organizing and querying content, while files are less flexible.
    - Tim demonstrates accessing files and database tables in Joomla.
    - He shows how changes made to an article in the database reflect in the front end of the website.
    - Tim performs a search in the database using PHPMyAdmin, finding the article content.
    - He edits the article in the database, and the changes are reflected on the website.
    - Tim emphasizes that articles in Joomla are stored in the database, and changes made there affect the website's appearance.


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