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  1. The Backward Compatibility Plugin and why you should switch it offhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/february-2024/the-backward-compatibility-plugin-and-why-you-should-switch-it-off

    Joomla! 5 is there and it brings a lot of improvements. One of them is the “Behaviour - Backward Compatibility” plugin. It’s not a feature you can see in backend or frontend, so what is the purpose of this plugin? Let’s answer the most important...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: February
    • Language: en-GB
  2. Community Openings December 2020https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december/community-openings-december-2020

    Help us end the year on a HIGH NOTE! Join the Joomla community behind the rockstar content management system, Joomla! With opportunities in marketing, finance, legal, compliance, and testing, there’s a place for YOU. Each month we will highlight a few...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: SD Williams
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  3. Getting extensions ready for Joomla 4: Alexandre Derocq (AcyMailing)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/march-2021/getting-extensions-ready-for-joomla-4-alexandre-deroq

    With Joomla 4 on the way, some extension developers are still working on the compatibility of their extensions. Others haven’t even started yet (guys, you really should at least have started by now). And others, like AcyMailing… well, if you use it,...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: March
    • Language: en-GB
  4. Testing Joomla!https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/july-2012/testing-joomla

    The Problem: Testing software has been a huge challenge as long as software has been around. A big part of this is the simple mathematics of if / then statements. To over simplify a bit, every if statement creates two possible execution paths through a...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Mark Dexter
    • Category: July
    • Language: en-GB
  5. Joomla! 3.0 Extension Development Series: Setting the Stagehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2013/joomla-30-extension-development-series-setting-the-stage

    I struggled with the necessity of this first article in an extension development series for a while, and finally decided that it was indeed a worthwhile post. It is important to make sure you build a proper foundation and there are several aspects of...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: David Hurley
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  6. Joomla 3.10 Status & Release Strategyhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/november-2020/joomla-3-10-status-release-strategy

    As covered a few times already in the magazine and announced in the Developer Portal, Joomla 3.10 will be released together with 4.0 and will then be supported for two years after its initial release. The release is intended as a bridge for the current...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: zero24
    • Category: November
    • Language: en-GB
  7. Community Openings - January 2021https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2021/community-openings-january-2021

    New Year, Many Opportunities! We are excited to welcome 2021 and YOU, our new Joomla! Community volunteers. There is an overabundance of opportunities in marketing, finance, legal, compliance, and more. In our Joomla community, there’s a place for YOU....

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: SD Williams
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  8. GitHub - Installing Githttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/june-2020/github-installing-git

    Contributing to the Joomla project is much easier when you’ve got a local testing environment. This month we’ve prepared a tutorial on how to go about configuring a local testing environment. In last month’s magazine article we gave readers a top level...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: June
    • Language: en-GB
  9. Off to Cyprus, ehm, Cypress - How Joomla does its end-to-end testinghttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2022/off-to-cyprus-ehm-cypress-how-joomla-does-its-end-to-end-testing

    Once, there was a time when testers had to manually test everything in Joomla, clicking through all the views and features each and every time a change was made. It was exhausting, cumbersome and prone to errors. Along came Selenium! A tool to...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  10. Distributions - When One Flavour is Not Enoughhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/november-2013/distributions-when-one-flavour-is-not-enough

    Anyone who knows me knows I have a bit of a sweet tooth and I'm a sucker for chocolate, cheesecake and ice cream. It's extremely hard for me to walk past the local gelato shop. As I yield to temptation, I'm affronted with an assortment of flavours and...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Andrew Eddie
    • Category: November
    • Language: en-GB
  11. Lead Nurturing: The Secret Sauce for Conversionshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august-2012/converting-leads-from-joomla-websites-with-lead-nurturing

    Each and every day you likely have hundreds or thousands of visitors to your website. If you've done your proper content/promotional offers, call to actions and landing pages there's a chance that you will convert between 1 to 4 percent of these...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Luke Summerfield
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  12. 10 Reasons why Joomla is the ideal CMS for web agencieshttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2020/10-reasons-why-joomla-is-the-ideal-cms-for-web-agencies

    As a web agency, you may be looking for the CMS that fits your clients’ needs best, so you can create professional, powerful, secure, mobile-friendly and easy-to-maintain websites for them. Look no further: Joomla, time and time awarded as “best free...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  13. The plans for Joomla 4.1https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/september-2021/the-plans-for-joomla-4-1

    After the release of Joomla 4.0, I met online with Sigrid Gramlinger-Moser and Benjamin Trenkle to discuss the process and people behind the testing and production of Joomla 4.1, the next Joomla minor version. Sigrid Gramlinger-Moser - I first met...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Philip Walton
    • Category: September
    • Language: en-GB
  14. Joomla 4 - Where to find documentationhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2021/joomla-4-where-to-find-documentation

    This month in the Joomla 4 series, we take a look at what documentation is available for Joomla 4. Still has that new software smell... Just in case you’ve been lost in cyberspace or behind a firewall, Joomla! 4 was released back in August, along with...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Patrick Jackson
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  15. My First Joomla 4 Websitehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/february-2021/my-first-joomla-4-website

    I don't build many websites. Most of my work is in training and advising people to build their own websites. So when I do need to build a new website I get the opportunity to put my ideas into practice. Over the last few months I have been working on...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Brian Teeman
    • Category: February
    • Language: en-GB
  16. The JED Needs You!https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2013/the-jed-needs-you

    The current Joomla Extensions Directory (JED) features a system that has worked very well up to this point, but it has simply outgrown itself. There is a demand for new features and functionality, and the JED Team is seeking proposals from developers...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Ryan Bernstein
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  17. How I migrated my website to Joomla 4https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2021/how-i-migrated-my-website-to-joomla-4

    A couple of months after the release of Joomla 4, some of us already have experiences with the migration of sites created with previous versions. In this issue, Sergio Iglesias, one of the organizers of JoomlaDay Madrid, tells us how he made his first...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Andrea Gentil
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  18. Joomla! Versions and Updates Explainedhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/april-2012/joomla-versions-and-updates-explained

    Background: December 2009, New York City When the newly-formed Production Leadership Team (PLT) met in New York City in December 2009, we faced a challenge. Although Joomla! version 1.5 was popular and successful, it had been released almost two years...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Mark Dexter
    • Category: April
    • Language: en-GB
  19. The Evolution of the Internet from a geek’s paradise to a consumer ecosystemhttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/july-2016/the-evolution-of-the-internet-from-a-geek-s-paradise-to-a-consumer-ecosystem

    In the last 10 years, the internet has evolved at a rapid pace. Completely new ecosystems and markets have emerged on this backbone. The distribution of the userbase of the internet is completely different today than what it was a few years ago. In...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Parth Lawate
    • Category: July
    • Language: en-GB
  20. It's a Magical Placehttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/october-2015/it-s-a-magical-place

    Everyone has their own story behind '10 years of Joomla'. Most of us haven't witnessed the entire decade, or followed every area of the Joomla ecosystem, ranging from development, leadership, community, extensions, templates, frameworks, documentation,...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: October
    • Language: en-GB
  21. Getting services ready for Joomla 4 - Victor Drover (Watchful)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/december/getting-services-ready-for-joomla-4-victor-drover

    The Joomla ecosystem is vast. A large community among which, in addition to extension and template developers, there are also service providers. In our interviews about the preparation for the release of Joomla 4, we also needed to know how this part...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Andrea Gentil
    • Category: December
    • Language: en-GB
  22. Debating Migrating?https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august-2012/debating-migrating

    Joomla 3.0 is due out next month, and if you're thinking "oh no, another migration situation!", don't get your feathers all ruffled yet. If you're on Joomla 2.5 you'll be absolutely fine staying where you are, probably until 2014. The most active Skype...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Alice Grevet
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  23. Joomla! Template Tools Part Twohttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/august-2010/joomla-template-tools-part-two

    In the second of the Template Tools articles, we not only assess three more Joomla! Template Manufacturers: JoomlArt, JoomlaPraise and ProThemer; but we also explore the template folder in your Joomla! install and outline the essentials of Search...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Team EaSE
    • Category: August
    • Language: en-GB
  24. Interview with CLT Member Peter Buihttps://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/january-2015/interview-with-clt-member-peter-bui

    Peter has been working with Joomla since its beginning and is a member of the Community Leadership Team (CLT). He co-leads a web design and development agency based in Sydney, Australia and runs probably the most popular Joomla weekly podcast/videocast...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: JCM Team
    • Category: January
    • Language: en-GB
  25. Getting services ready for Joomla 4 - Robert Deutz (BackupMonkey)https://magazine.joomla.org/all-issues/february-2021/getting-services-ready-for-joomla-4-backupmonkey

    As a Joomla user, you may wonder whether the Joomla! extensions and services you use will be compatible with the upcoming major version, Joomla 4. What better way to find out than asking the developers? For our February issue, we had the pleasure to...

    • Type: EasyBlog Entry
    • Author: Anja de Crom
    • Category: February
    • Language: en-GB