A place where Joomla! users can THRIVE

A Joomla!® CMS extended support center helping you become the expert you always knew you were!

When Stimulus Advertising opened their doors in 2001, they began using Mamba (that's right, Mamba)...the content management system (CMS) before Joomla! even existed. Then in 2005, Joomla! was born. This CMS allowed Stimulus Advertising to create some beautiful websites for clients in various fields, including medical, manufacturing, law, government, tourism, travel, non-profit and more!

While the Joomla! CMS has continued grow and improve their functions, Stimulus felt as if something was missing...support! We noticed that there was a lack of resources when it came to Joomla! support within the United States. 

This is when Stimulus knew it was time to step up to the plate–in this case let's say the "keyboard"—and help others with their Joomla! websites. From there Web Central was created as space for you, the Joomla user, to receive support as you continue to build your Joomla! websites.

Part of the team:

Here are a just a few of the experts that we utilize to ensure that your website is top-notch and ready for your users!

Lynn Kirby


Alex Dobrin

Website Developer

Benton Evans

Website Designer/Strategic Planner

Katie Morgan

Graphic/Web Designer

Interested in joining our team?

Are you an experienced web developer or designer that is interested in joining the Joomla Web Central team? Send us an email with your resume and a portfolio of some of your work. We would love to talk to you!

Using custom resources to bring ideas to life through a robust, powerful and versatile content management system:

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