Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 17, 2014
- First steps in building your Joomla 3 website
- A new download center
- Talking with your client
- Joomla 3.3.1 Maintenance Release now available
- The Biggest Sale of the year: 50% OFF from JoomlaShine and Partners
- Content is king! Microdata is queen
Written by paulus103
This article is intended to give new users an insight into the basics of creating a Joomla 3 website structure in the most efficient way. We plan to publish further articles to build on this tutorial, covering specific areas and features including options and settings.
Written by Steven Rombauts
The number of available downloads in our Member Center is steadily growing and attracting a lot of activity. To prepare for the upcoming stable release of DOCman 2.0 we gave the download area on our Member Center a fresh coat of paint.
Written by paulus103
One of the difficulties members sometimes experience when developing a site for clients is that the client unexpectedly requires major changes to the almost completed site just before the site is due to be released.
Written by Ron van Schaik
Joomla 3.3.1 Stable has been released.
This is release adressing is the result of the work of 65 different volunteer contributors, addressing over 100 bugs and introducing several new features.
Written by Dieu Huong
During 7 years, JoomlaShine has released 25+ templates and 4+ extensions, which received a great deal of good feedback for its user-friendly and useful features. It is our pleasure to give entrepreneurs support in building a good website, bringing practical value to customers, which plays a role in enhancing life quality, hence making world better.
Written by Nick Balestra
Content is king, even more so for search engines! They don’t care about how your site looks or works, search engines care about your site’s content.
To improve your ranking you can optimise your content, for example by using better targeted keywords. Another approach is using Microdata, or data about your content that search engines can understand.