Content Management Systems (CMS) enabled many people with limited experience and technical skills to build and launch their own online businesses with ease. Being one of the most popular platforms of this type, Joomla has played a significant role in all of this.
Joomla is a full-stack content management system responsible for building over 2.5 million websites worldwide. The platform is completely open-source, allowing webmasters to easily scale their projects as they grow.
Joomla is available for installation either manually or by using an application installer such as Softaculous. The latter is much simpler, but you should always consider a manual installation if you want to customize the process.
At the turn of the century, creating a website without any coding skills was inconceivable, especially if you wanted to run something more than a simple collection of HTML pages.
But then the CMS revolution happened.
In 2001, Belgian programmer Dries Buytaert released Drupal. A couple of years later, entrepreneur and web developer Matt Mullenweg introduced us to WordPress. And in 2005, a group of programmers rolled out Joomla.
Support for Magento 1 officially ended in mid-2020. If you haven’t already migrated to version 2, it is time to seriously consider such a move. While technically you can still run older versions, there will be no more support and updates, which may lead to problems in the long run.
Our mission today is to help you with the step-by-step migration process, so you can switch to Magento 2 and enjoy all its advantages.
Many people believe that it is very easy to start a successful web hosting business. They are right. You can buy a cpanel reseller hosting account and have your web hosting company up and running in minutes. That is pretty easy to do but it doesn’t make your hosting company successful. So, what do you need to do to make it successful?
The owners of around 2.5 million active websites have chosen Joomla for their online projects. They all have different objectives and different ideas on how to get there. However, in the early stages of their projects, they all faced the same challenge – finding a suitable template. As it turns out, this is easier said than done…
WooCommerce and Magento are two of the most popular ecommerce platforms. They both offer many exciting features and optimized performance for any online shop. Comparing the two also makes absolute sense. The platform you choose can make a big difference to your online business, so let’s see how to choose the best one.