Tuesday, 01 September 2015 00:00 Written by Ruth Cheesley
Google Shopping allows Ecommerce stores to embed their products directly within the search experience of the largest search engine in the world. Many Ecommerce stores rely on Google Shopping to drive sales. If you are not yet using Google Shopping, this article will explain what it is and how you could start using it. For those who are using Google Shopping feeds, in September 2015, Google is making some changes to its taxonomies which may require you to update your Google Shopping feeds. These changes must be made by 15th September, so if you're running a Joomla! website with an Ecommerce store and you rely on Google Shopping feeds, make sure you check your feeds!
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 00:00 Written by Helvecio da Silva
The JCM interviewed Sarah Watz, the current president of Open Source Matters about Joomla's 10th Birthday, and what it means to the Joomla Community. Let the celebration begin!
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 00:00 Written by Dom Cassone
In my first article we discussed why everyone needs a membership site, then we went on in the second to discuss different types and ways to use membership sites. I hope you got good value from those and are ready for some ‘show and tell’! In this installment, we’ll go behind the curtains of how some clients are using their membership sites everyday.
This year Joomla has its 10th anniversary. So, on to the next 10 years... What will Joomla look like, 10 years from now, in 2025? A couple of current trends might change the way we work with, and how we look at, websites in the future. The main change regarding websites (and thus Joomla) is that there will be a shift in sharing information via HTML web pages to linked structured data exchange via (web) applications.
Joomla 3.4.4 is scheduled for release on Monday 7th September and a release candidate is available for testing. Each time there is a new release, whether its a bug fix release or a new feature release, you will always find people asking "have they fixed this yet?" or complaining that "this bug that has been there for years" has still not been fixed.
One of the largest Open Source and non-commercial events of the year in Kuala Lumpur is JoomlaDay Malaysia 2015. It attracted more than 245 participants from all over the country. I had the pleasure of organizing the event for the first time after a long break of 3 years and I can happily report that the event was again an effective means of bringing the Joomla community together to share knowledge and best practices, as well as to network with key Joomla developers.
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 00:00 Written by Daniel Dubois
Voilà, c'est décidé, vous avez choisi d'installer Joomla! pour créer votre site Web. Félicitations ! Grâce à la documentation officielle, vous avez pris soin de vérifier que le serveur sur lequel vous allez travailler répondait aux pré-requis techniques. Puis, vous avez suivi avec attention les différentes étapes qui permettent d'installer Joomla! en quelques clics. Tout s'est très bien déroulé et vous découvrez maintenant le panneau d'administration de votre tout nouveau site Joomla!
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Tuesday, 01 September 2015 00:00 Written by Mike Veeckmans
It's that time of the year again, where you have to take a stand for the CMS you love. Joomla won the People’s choice award for ‘Best Open Source PHP CMS’ last year. So show your love for Joomla and nominate Joomla! in the categories that you think Joomla fits best.
Aconteceu em São Paulo capital, no dia 1º de agosto, o JoomlaDay São Paulo 2015. Promovido pela JUG SP, o evento reuniu vários palestrantes de peso, como Bruno Ávila e Maujor, mestres em Marketing Digital e CSS, respectivamente.
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Hard to believe it was only 10 years ago when Joomla was first introduced to the community. Back then, ( am I really saying " back then" for only 10 years? ) Joomla 1.0 was just introduced and I was enchanted by the power of the open source community and under the hood looking at code, scouring the forums, trying to make sense of it all. For me and my fledgling consulting business my customers loved my technical prowess with HTML but hated calling for every little change they wanted to make. It just didn't seem right they couldn't update their site by themselves and I agreed totally but had no answer for them until Joomla!.