The Joomla Community Magazine
Anyone can contribute to Joomla and have a say in it’s future - including you! Joomla is 100% volunteer based and countless volunteers over the past ten years have made it what it is today. We are the future of Joomla and every person makes a difference. Our community is diverse and there are so many ways to contribute it can seem complicated. These tips will help you get involved with the Joomla community.
The first four years I was in business, I had a reccurring problem where I would go through cycles of being overwhelmed. I would be trucking along, knocking out projects, and a previous client would reach out to me with an urgent need for help. I would pause whatever I was working on, get them taken care of, and get back to work. Periodically though, several urgent client requests would arrive back-to-back when I didn't have a spare moment to look at them. My bandwidth would quickly get maxed out and I'd end up working weekends trying to stay on top of everything.
In order to maximize the efficacy of your Joomla blog, you need to have a plan in place for how you’ll satisfy your users’ demand for simple, aesthetically pleasing sites. Not only is design a significant component of your overall brand message, but it also plays an important role in pushing users through your conversion funnel. While every blog differs in terms of specific goals and outcomes, the following Joomla blog design tips should provide universal value.
Helping to make more satisfied, more productive employees
There are infinite ways to use a membership site. In previous articles, we talked about ways to externally use membership sites to make your business better. Have you thought about using one internally to improve your employees experience and productivity?
The Joomla! Project is proud to announce that we are kicking off this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC) bid! Google Summer of Code is a global program that connects students and open source projects to work on exciting projects during summer break.
Joomla is a CMS based on PHP & MySQL. The popularity and distribution of Joomla was possible because with PHP & MySQL we had found a very friendly and modern basis for the development, 10 years ago and today as well. In this article we want to look at a little history and explain the pros and cons of PHP7 in conjunction with Joomla 3.5.