We might divide a page template into a header, content, sidebar and footer where these are in separate files. The content will change most between pages, so rather than having a content file, we include the content into a page file which pulls in the individual template files and defines the unique features of that page. The unique features of a page will be the title, description and article content. We can define these at the start of the page template with say PHP code to set the value of variables that are used by the other templates such as the header template. Then we assemble the page by including the required templates and inserting the content.
Joomla and Mambo CMS have been developed by the same professionals of web design industry. So, they possess a lot of common features. For example similar code, system requirements, etc. At the same time new releases of Joomla will differ from Mambo. Having compared Joomla and Mambo CMS‘s you can notice that Joomla has more options, better security issues, regular updates, additional Built-in-Applications, etc.