Keeping your Joomla website from getting hacked isn't hard. However, there are some critical basics that you simply must get right first.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to make your website safe during Joomla installation.
If you want to update your titles or descriptions in Joomla, you need to open up each of your articles individually, one by one.
The more content items you may want to edit, the more time-consuming this process will become.
Joomla extension called OSMeta will make this task much easier. In this blog post, you will learn how to use it to quickly update multiple titles and descriptions of your Joomla content in one go.
If you want to add an exciting extra feature to your site, there’s a good chance it’s a component. Do you want to show an advertising banner? That’s a component.
Want a contact form? That’s a component too. How about an events calendar or a discussion forum? Both are components.
Joomla arrives with eleven default components such as advertising banners and contact forms. In this blog post, we show you how they work.
During the last few posts on how to translate Joomla, you have seen how to translate articles and menus.
In this tutorial, you're going to take that a step further. You will learn how to translate a whole area of your site.
You're going to make a blog page for both your English and your French visitors.
In "The Absolute Beginners Guide to Joomla's Aliases" you learned how Joomla's URLs are actually set up in your Joomla site.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to control what appears in Google search results when people find your site.
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