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  1. Migrating to Joomla 4 is easier than you thinkhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/april-2023/migrating-to-j4-is-easier-than-you-think

    If you’re still using Joomla 3 you’ll no doubt have seen the message that: “Support for Joomla 3.10 ends on 17th August 2023” I was last in this situation with Joomla 2.5.28 and at the time I carefully documented my experience as it took a number of...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Dan Atrill
    • Category: April
    • Language: en-GB
  2. Joomla's L10N-heartedhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august-2021/joomla-s-l10n-hearted

    Localisation is at Joomla's heart. Currently supporting over 75 world languages for Joomla 3, Joomla! speaks more languages than any other content management system. Joomla 4 is launching today with over 20 language packs available. Many more will...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  3. Meet an extension developer: Samuel Marshall JCH Optimizehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2023/meet-an-extension-developer-samuel-marshall-jch-optimize

    Optimize is headed. Next month is 18 months since Joomla 4 was officially released. In 2021 the magazine had the “Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4” series, talking with Joomla extension developers about their progress in updating their extensions...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  4. 10 Arguments That Threaten the Security of Your Websitehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december-2013/10-arguments-that-threaten-the-security-of-your-website

    Nobody wants to have their website get hacked. And yet almost everyone has some reason to ignore security measures. This article talks about "hackers", however "crackers" would be a better name. Hacking is the ingenious use of tools (e.g. software) for...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Peter Martin
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  5. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4 - Chetan Madaan (JoomDev)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august-2021/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-chetan-madaan-joomdev

    As you may have discovered by now, Joomla 4 Stable is out! This is the time you might start to worry about your extensions. Are they compatible? And if they’re not, will they ever be? And if they’ll be compatible, when? You might have heard about...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  6. My Joomla journey - Sergey Tolkachyovhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/may-2024/my-joomla-journey-sergey-tolkachyov

    Sergey Tolkachyov devotes his work and free time to Joomla. What was once a hobby has become his profession, and you can tell he loves Joomla. He shares his knowledge with the Russian-speaking community and beyond, and today he shares with us what it...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Serge Billon
    • Category: May
    • Language: en-GB
  7. Insights From: "The Official Joomla! Book" (Part 2)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december-2010/insights-from-the-official-joomla-book-1

    During Joomla!Day West 2010 Pearson Publishing announced the release of Joomla! Press. The mission of Joomla! Press is to enhance the Joomla! experience by providing useful, well-written, and engaging publications for all segments of the Joomla!...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  8. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4 - Andrei Cristea (RSJoomla)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/april-2021/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-rsjoomla

    More and more extension developers have been very busy getting their extensions ready for Joomla 4. So when this next major Joomla version comes out, you may very well have a smooth migration because of this. In the past few months, we interviewed a...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: April
    • Language: en-GB
  9. Insights From: "The Official Joomla! Book" (Part 3)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2011/insights-from-the-official-joomla-book-part-3

    During Joomla!Day West 2010 Pearson Publishing announced the release of Joomla! Press. The mission of Joomla! Press is to enhance the Joomla! experience by providing useful, well-written, and engaging publications for all segments of the Joomla!...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  10. Case Study: Joomla 1.0.15/Fireboard 1.0 to Joomla 3.8.6/Kunena v5 Migrationhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/march-2018/case-study-joomla-1-0-15-fireboard-1-0-to-joomla-3-8-6-kunena-v5-migration

    Recently we were approached by the Chairpersons of the Carson City Coin Collectors of America. We were told that they most likely would have to shut down their Joomla 1.0.15 website with a Fireboard 1.0.3 forum, as they had not been able to find a...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Leo Lammerink
    • Category: March
    • Language: en-GB
  11. Complex Joomla! 1.5 Migration With Minimal Downtimehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/march-2014/complex-joomla-15-migration-with-minimal-downtime

    Joomla 1.5 is not supported by the Joomla project for quite some time now. You still can continue to use Joomla 1.5, but (security) updates will no longer be released. Furthermore, both Joomla 2 and Joomla 3 have many new features and improvements....

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Sander Potjer
    • Category: March
    • Language: en-GB
  12. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4 - Alex Andreae (SourceCoast)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2021/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-alex-andreae

    Joomla 4 Stable is out, and of course, you want to migrate your site as soon as possible. But… wait… what about your extensions? If they’re not ready, they might cause your site to break (always make a backup, people). Of course we have Joomla 3.10...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  13. Five Reasons To Choose Joomlahttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/may-2016/five-reasons-to-choose-joomla

    There are more CMS platform choices than ever. All of them boast powerful features but it’s not always clear how these features help us in real life. These are five reasons why many people choose Joomla to accomplish website goals and solve real world...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Cliff Pfeifer
    • Category: May
    • Language: en-GB
  14. Getting templates ready for Joomla 4: Kawshar Ahmed (JoomShaper)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/july-2020/getting-templates-ready-for-joomla-4

    On the way to the stable version of Joomla 4, we also wanted to know how the template developers are working to adapt their products to the next major version of our CMS. An essential part of the Joomla ecosystem, templates allows us to define the...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Andrea Gentil
    • Category: July
    • Language: en-GB
  15. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4 - Ryan Demmer (JCE)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december-2021/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-ryan-demmer-jce

    I managed to meet Ryan Demmer at the virtual water cooler on a cold morning in early December, and quickly asked him a few questions about his experiences migrating the very popular JCE Editor to Joomla 4. Read on, for valuable advice, from a very...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Soren Beck Jensen
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  16. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4: Søren Beck Jensen (Component Creator)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-soren-beck-jensen

    Joomla 4 Beta 5 has been released, meaning that the Release Candidate version is one step closer. The Joomla Community Magazine continues to approach developers, to see first-hand how they are preparing for the arrival of the next major version of...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Andrea Gentil
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  17. Joomla 4 is on the horizon: The Release Candidatehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/june-2021/joomla-4-is-on-the-horizon-the-release-candidate

    Earlier this month Joomla 4 Release Candidate was made available, and Release Candidate 2 came out last week. With a fortnightly release schedule for updated RC releases, Joomla 4 is fast approaching the stable release, and you can get involved in the...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: June
    • Language: en-GB
  18. Joomla 3.10 and the Update Checkerhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/may-2020/joomla-3-10-and-the-update-checker

    Joomla 4 is getting closer with the Beta version expected for the end of this month, but, at the same time, Joomla's contributors are working hard to develop another important release: Joomla 3.10. Joomla 3.10 has been announced as the "Bridge...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Luca Marzo
    • Category: May
    • Language: en-GB
  19. Meet Paul Orwig: An Interview with the New OSM Presidenthttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/march-2012/meet-paul-orwig-an-interview-with-the-new-osm-president

    Last week, Open Source Matters welcomed Paul Orwig as the organization’s new President. With years of experience under his belt including stints as Webmaster for the Joomla! Community Portal, lead editor for the Joomla! Community Magazine, and...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Gabe Wahhab
    • Category: March
    • Language: en-GB
  20. Joomla 4 Performance Tuning - Part Ihttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/november-2021/joomla-4-performance-tuning-part-i

    Joomla 4 is a major improvement over Joomla 3. Right out of the box you get a very fast CMS with built–in support for structured data (what was formerly called “microdata”), even several caching options to cater for any use, from lightweight persona...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos
    • Category: November
    • Language: en-GB
  21. How to J4-ify your old Joomla 3 templatehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2021/how-to-j4-ify-your-old-joomla-3-template

    Joomla is a beautifully matured CMS, and long term Joomlers might knowingly nod, when I say it was a bumpy ride at times. Have a look at this article 'Celebrating Joomla 4' to get an idea of the new features of Joomla 4. If you are (relatively) new to...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Ruediger Schultz
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  22. Accessible resources in Joomla! 3.x (Part 2)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2020/accessible-resource-in-joomla-3-x-part-2

    We continue our research on accessible resources for Joomla! 3.x and to present what we are doing in the Joomla Accessibility Team waiting for the new 4.0 release. List of contents: Looking for accessible resources is not easy and above all, it is not...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Donato Matturro
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  23. Get inspired! 17 Joomlers share 17 Joomla 4 siteshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august-2022/get-inspired-17-joomlers-share-17-joomla-4-sites

    August is Pride Month in the Joomniverse! We’ve asked Joomlers to share the Joomla 4 sites they’re most proud of, and ended up with diversity at its best. In this single JCM article only, we discover a wide variety of sites that use Joomla: personal...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  24. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4 - Sascha Dube (YOOTheme Pro)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2021/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-sascha-dube

    With Joomla 4 stable already released, many people are thinking about migrating their sites or starting new sites directly on Joomla 4. But, the question that arises is if all the extensions or templates are already available. To answer that question,...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Andrea Gentil
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  25. Joomla 4: Using the Security Header Featureshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/june-2020/j4-using-the-security-header-features

    How secure is your Joomla site? Joomla 4’s new features to manage security headers from within your site make protecting your site even easier. There are a range of HTTP Headers you can implement when securing your website. Amongst them, a specific one...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: June
    • Language: en-GB