Joomla might be popular but it's not the best choice for website of Fake Taxi kind.

Joomla vs. Drupal

Joomla and Drupal are the second and third most used CMS platforms in respective order. Because there are so many CMS systems out there, people often have difficulty in choosing which CMS to use, so they usually turn to the top 3 most trusted, WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal. We have already compared Joomla to WordPress,…

Joomla 3.6: What’s in Store for Developers?

On June 28th, Joomla announced the availability of Joomla! 3.6. Release Candidate.  This is just a test run for the stable release anticipated in early July 2016.   The purpose of this release is for extension and template developers to prepare the product for the stable release of Joomla! 3.6. Although it is not readily available…

Tips and Tricks for Joomla SEO

Many people like the Joomla platform, but often find it lacking as far as SEO tools. They usually turn to another platform such as WordPress to fulfill their SEO needs. But the thing is that there is no need.  If you prefer to stick with Joomla, there are ways to make Joomla SEO work in…

Possible Future of Joomla

Out of the top 3 CMSs, Joomla’s future is the most questioned.  It has the most mixed reviews; some people love it, some people hate it, some people are neutral about it. Some people think that Joomla has a future, others think that it is a dying content management system (CMS).   So what is the…

Joomla: Is it Still Worth Using?

Joomla was initially released in August 2005, and it is the second most used content management system (CMS).  Since its release it has been downloaded over 50 million times, and it has been utilized by reputed businesses such as IKEA, Barnes and Nobles, Guggenheim Museum, governments around the world, and others.  There are many content…

Joomla vs. WordPress

WordPress and Joomla are the top two content management systems around in their respective order.  With their release date not being too far from each other and their rankings, these two systems are often analyzed and compared with each other.  They are both used by businesses and bloggers to build their site, and they both…

5 Common Security Issues with Joomla Part II

We’re back with some of the most common security issues that Joomla face.  From our last post, some of the issues seem pretty standard things like setting usernames and passwords with a certain number and mixture of characters, make sure to update your software, don’t trust every third party plugin and extension, set upload restrictions,…

5 Common Security Issues with Joomla

Security should be your number one priority when developing any site.  Not only do you risk jeopardizing your own information, you could possible jeopardize any of your clients’ or subscribers’ information as well.  Joomla users tend to experience security issues on the hosting site, but more often than not, most of these issues can be…