Joomla blog posts from around the web (44/12)

Joomla blog posts from around the web (44/12)

Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 44:

• Eggs in one basket
• Introducing backend Joomla translation with Josetta Jump
• Poll: Is Joomla ready for enterpise?

Eggs in one basket

Written by Brian Teeman

It seems to be a universal truth that good, or even great, web hosts go bad.  Are you prepared for that? Do you have a disaster plan in place so that you can easily move to a new host? What happens if they stop replying to emails or tickets or worse still disappear from the net.

So what should you be doing right now?

The first thing you should always do is to ensure that the control of your domain is not with your web hosts. You must have control of the domain name and DNS so that you can move it whenever you need to without any intervention from the web host  Secondly you need to ensure that you are taking regular backups and storing them off-site.

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Introducing backend Joomla translation with Josetta Jump

Written by Victor Drover

Josetta® is a Joomla translation manager focused primarily on facilitating content translation on the frontend of your web site. This is where translation teams and others who lack experience with the Joomla backend should most often be working.  Not surprisingly then, we have been steadily making advancements in this area.  For example, in the latest release we introduced the new Joomla multilingual editor that dramatically increases the efficiency of adding translations to your web site. 

However, we have had some requests from site administrators for backend access to Josetta® so that they can also make use of the powerful Joomla translation features.  To address these feature requests, I am happy to announce the immediately availability of the Josetta® Jump module.

Read the complete post here..

Poll: Is Joomla ready for enterpise?

Written by Victor Drover

Next week we’ll be in San Jose at the first-ever Joomla World Conference leading a discussion about Joomla use in enterprise environments.  Before we finalize our talk, We’d love to know how and why Joomla users around the world choose this platform.  Please take a few moments to complete this 2 minute survey.  Thanks for your help and see you in San Jose!

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