Written by Dianne Henning
With 62 attendees and speakers, we had a great turn-out for the second JoomlaDay Boston event! We had a great group of Joomla folks this year! We teamed up with JoomlaDay New England and Julio Merji even traveled all the way from Rio de Janiero to attend his very first JoomlaDay event!
Written by Marijke Stuivenberg
With so many fantastic events organized in the month of March, chances are that you packed, unpacked and repacked your suitcase and have been traveling to meet your Joomla! friends all over the world.
Written by Alice Grevet
The Joomla Community Magazine will be four years old in a few months. Since the beginning, this unique and popular communication channel, where the community is the primary contributor, has grown and matured. It’s an on-going process, and today we’d like to mention a few recent changes, and thank some of the people who are making it possible.
Written by Ruth Cheesley
Written by Alice Grevet
How does one build a website for crowd-sourcing citizens and law enforcement agencies to better fight crime? With Joomla! of course! “You can’t outrun the click of a mouse…”
Written by Manuel Rubio
Si hagués de tornar a la docència universitària, jo seleccionaria Joomla com a plataforma web per tasques dels estudiants. Heus aquí per què…
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Written by Marco Dings
Third in a series of articles on practical development. The advantages of dealing with your Project through an in Integrated Development Environment (IDE) such as PHP Storm. Consult previous articles in this series.
Written by Ruth Cheesley
We’ve all done it – worked for months on a migration, put in all the finishing touches, uploaded it to our server and closed our eyes (and probably crossed our fingers) while turning our shining new website live to the world. I expect many of us have also done this without thinking about the changes we might have made in the process, and particularly without considering any impact this might have on our position in search engines. I hope that this series of articles will give you some ‘top tips’ of things you must do before, during and after your migration to maintain your hard-earned search engine optimisation and avoid incurring penalties post-migration.
Written by Randy Carey
The “core” components provide several valuable features like tags, versioning, and ACL settings per category. These features are available for integration and use in third-party components, but too often these components ignore them. Here is a list of the ”core” features I look for when I evaluate components. Think about them, and you might find that you want them, too.
Written by Mike Veeckmans
Social media is HOT these days… or at least that’s what people say. So let’s have a look at JFBConnect and review whether the extension does the trick integrating social media into Joomla without using too many API’s.
Written by David Jardin
From March 10 - 14, CeBit, the world's largest IT fair opened its doors in Hannover, Germany. CeBIT is by far the most important IT related fair in Europe and also has a big international impact, which is underlined by the fact that this year’s CeBIT was visited by people from more than 100 different countries. Like last year, the Joomla! project, represented by a team of well known volunteers from the local community, was part of the CMS Garden booth in Hall 6 at the event.
Written by Simon Grange
Votre site Joomla! est-il lent ? Vous devez réellement travailler sur cela : les utilisateurs ont horreur des sites lents et ils pourraient quitter votre site plus tôt que ce qu'ils le feraient normalement. Tout site qui nécessite plus de 2 secondes pour être chargé court un risque. De plus, Google dit souvent que la vitesse d'un site est déterminante pour son placement dans ses résultats de recherche. Ce qui est bon à savoir : il ne devrait pas être compliqué d'améliorer la vitesse de votre site Joomla!. Alors que vous pouvez parfois entendre des histoires disant que Joomla! est lent, cela vient en général d'un paramétrage incorrect ou d'un mauvais prestataire d'hébergement et vous pouvez travailler sur ces deux points. Si vous connaissez les points sur lesquels vous devez travailler, améliorer la vitesse de votre site Joomla! ne devrait pas être trop compliqué et parvenir à le faire charger en moins d'une seconde devrait être possible.
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Written by Craig Phillips
Many Joomla questions on Stack Overflow (SO, a "Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers" website) get killed off because they are not within the defined realm of questions for SO. As a result, many regular SO users are trying to get a Joomla Q&A site set up. The effort is in the commitment stage, and at this writing we've just passed the 50% mark (now 72%) and we need your help.