Whether you're redesigning your Joomla site or determining which part of your site draws the most traffic, a content audit is a critical part of that process. Thanks to the user-friendly nature of Joomla, performing a content audit is fairly straightforward.
If you've been thinking about switching to Joomla or upgrading your Joomla site to a newer version, the time to act is now; Joomla 3.0 has finally arrived.
Standing above it's competitors in both responsive front-end design and admin-user interface, Joomla 3.0 is raising the bar in becoming the first mobile-ready CMS. Business2community.com states this latest version will feature improvements like the integration of the Bootstrap framework, which is a CSS-based 12-column responsive grid framework used exclusively in Joomla.
A hosting platform is the nuts and bolts, the mortar, the basic foundation of your website. It's what keeps your website up and running on the Internet. If your web host service falters, as it did for millions of websites with the GoDaddy outage, revenues can be cut in half for any particular amount of downtime suffered.
To host a website, you need a domain name, a server to host the website, and then to bind them together.
Hosting for newbies can be included in these easy 4 steps:
- Choose a domain name.
- Order a web hosting account.
- Bind the domain name and the hosting server.
- Build and upload the web site.
Billing and invoicing are at the core of any business as it forms a mechanism to receive payments for the services rendered or the products offered. It is no longer perceived as ‘yet another’ activity in the routine business cycle, but instead has been recognized as an integral and important business process.