Anyone who cares to rip apart my grammar, spelling, and so on, feel free!
There's my cue!
To perform some of the changes in this document you may need a File Transfer Protocal Client
Don't capitalize "Client"
Once you reach the Template Configuration settings, before you can change any of them, check to see if the
parameters file is writable. You must set this to 777.
Could be better phrased as:
"Before you change any of the settings in the Template Configuration, check to see if the parameters file is writable. You can do this by changing the file's permissions to 777"
Refer to the Joomla! forum (Joomla.org) for more information.
Isn't it forum.joomla.org?
The Template width setting changes the width of the template.
Don't capitalize "Template"
Customizing this template does not stop here, though.
"Though" sounds awkward here. You may want to consider removing it.
Follow the steps outlined in the section of this document:
“Changing rhuk_milkyway's default configurations” to get to
rhuk_milkyway's configuration editing screen.
This could be better phrased as: "Follow the steps outlined in the 'Changing rhuk_milkeyway's default configurations' section of this document to get to rhuk_milkeyway's configuration editing screen."
Using an FTP Client, go to this
Again, don't capitalize "client"
The CSS editing screen will
display writable indicating that the file is now available for editing.
Put "writable" in quotes
...you can save the change to the
code by clicking the save button on the toolbar.
Put "save" in quotes
If you've done
all these things, then the new header [Joomla! logo] image should be appearing in the area that the previous
Did you mean to use the  parentheses?
Many people like to change the favicon (favorite/bookmark image, it appears next to your URL in a browser's
URL input area).
-What favicon? You should say either "..change their favicon..." or "...the favicon of their site..."
-should say "...favorite/bookmark image that appears next to..."
Usually its the Joomla! logo.
Wrong kind of "its". Use "it's", meaning "it is"
I think there was something that said you couldn't include non-Joomla! urls.
Both of these allow you to browsefor an image, then upload it, where it is then resized, and then made available
for you to download, and then host on your own server as the favicon.
-"Browsefor" should be "browse for"
-This is a run-on sentence. Split it into two or three.
This is the Joomla!
favicon file, and you should overwrite it. Once its been uploaded, you should go to your browser, and clear your
The style guide says you shouldn't be afraid to give commands instead of using "should". This is how you change the favicon; these steps aren't optional.
Removing the “Powered By Joomla” Link – and Site Code Validators:
Shouldn't this be bold?
should feel proud to have site powered by Joomla!, as Joomla! has quite literally changed lives.
Oooh! Good! Add another sentence to expand on this, something like "are you embarrased about using Joomla!?"
When you are in the HTML editor, you're actually looking at PHP code, in fact, you are looking at the
template's index.php file.
Split this into two sentences at the second coma.
Once the line(s) have been removed, you can save the index.php file by clicking save on the Joomla! Toolbar.
Don't capitalize "Toolbar".
Also, on the note boxes, you should add some padding to the Joomla! logos.