Quick ∧ Easy Development With Joomal

Joomla is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) for publishing web content on websites. Web content applications include discussion forums, photo galleries, e-Commerce and user communities and numerous other web-based applications.

Joomla is written in PHP, uses object-oriented programming techniques and software design patterns, and stores data in a MySQL database. It has a software dependency on the Symfony PHP framework.

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Joomla is one of the most popular and widely supported open source multilingual CMS platforms in the world, which offers more than 70 languages. A website can be created and presented in multiple languages, without even leaving the Joomla. It can be done within the Joomla with the help of Joomla's core software. It helps the creators to make websites much more accessible and reaching out to a much larger audience.

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The team of Joomla is the combination of individuals, groups of world-class developers, and business consultants who actively help at no cost in the forums. There are several professional service providers available who can help develop, maintain, and market your Joomla projects. The Joomla community itself includes a vetted directory of such providers at the Joomla Resource Directory.

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One Click Version Update

There is always a challenge for the developers to keep the software up to date. Joomla consists of an in-built updater to make the updation process easy for the users, and it does not require any professional skills. It contains the "One Click Version Update" feature, which is super easy to use.

The built-in updater also comes with the automated checker, which provides notification if any update is there for your software. This feature also includes core software and Joomla extension that utilize this feature. It is always the best thing to keep the software up to date so that you can secure your web assets. Joomla also sends an email notification if there is an availability of a new Joomla version.

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Other Core Features Of Joomla


Integrated Help System

Joomla also provides an in-app contextual help option that is useful for every level of user to learn how to operate Joomla. Most of the pages include the help button on the top right side, which helps the users to understand all the options available on that page. There is a version checker that makes sure you are using the latest version and a system information tool, which helps you troubleshoot the issues. If you still have any issue, then link to a wealth of online resources for additional help and support are available, such as Joomla Documentation and User Forum.


Banner Management

There is also an option to easily add advertising and monetize the website with the help of banner management. The banner management tool allows you to create clients and campaigns. There is an option to add as many banners as you need. It also allows you to add custom codes, set impression numbers, or track the clicks, and much more.


Media Manager

The media manager is a tool that can be used for uploading, organizing, and managing the media files and folders. It is also possible to handle more types of files with the help of configurable MIME settings. The media manager is integrated into the Article Editor, and it makes it easy for the users to access the images and all the other media files for enhancement of the written content.


Contact Management

The contact management tool provides you an option to add several contacts, departments, and categories. It is useful because it extends the basic contact information with miscellaneous data as well as an image. You can set up a contact form for each contact that you create. You can either allow access publicly or just to some registered users or create a list of the selected contacts.



A built-in search tool or smart search feature will help the visitors to find the appropriate information on your website with ease. You can also analyze the requirements of the users and streamline your content even better to serve them. You also get an option to use the included smart indexing, advanced search options, and auto-suggest searches, etc. These are the features that make the Joomla search tool a professional search engine tool.


Content Management

Joomla is a Content management system and contains some excellent features that help the users organizing and managing the content efficiently. It is very easy to create the content using WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor. It is easy to use and allows users to edit the content without any knowledge of code. After the content is created, you can use different pre-installed modules to show popular articles, latest articles or related topics, etc. You are not required to learn any syntax or remember the module details to manage the contents as the user interface performs it for you.

Administrators have the authority to add custom fields to the articles, as well as the users, contacts, and extensions.


Frontend Editing

Editing the content is very easy and fast. Assume that you are reading through your website, and you see any mistake or any other change that you want to make. You don't need to login to the administrative section for simple edits of contents and modules. You can simply perform it from the frontend by using the 'edit' option.


Powerful Extensibility

Joomla has a powerful extensibility feature. You can get over 7500 extensions to extend your website and broaden its functionality. You can use Joomla extension finder or Joomla Extensions Directory to get several ways to enhance Joomla as per your needs.

Performance Optimization

Joomla is considered to be the most powerful when it comes to choosing a content management system. From simple websites to complex applications, Joomla is used by businesses around the world. Many prefer Joomla because it is easy to manage, easy to install, flexible, reliable, and easy to use. Again, Joomla is free to use in nature and open source.

But there is always a question, why does it take so long to load the page? This problem is not only for Joomla but also for WordPress and other CMS, and here is our solution for that.


Choose Faster Hosting Service Provider

You will be able to increase the Joomla page speed significantly when you go for a good web host. You need to choose a web host that fits best with your business by understanding data transfer, web space, database type support, backup, CDN, monthly traffic, etc.


Keep Joomla and its Extensions updated

To maintain the speed of the website, you must make use of the latest version of Joomla. This is very important as the new version always comes with its set of new improvements. Again, compared to the previous version, the new one always performs better even if the changes are small.

To maintain a good speed for your website, you need to keep your website extensions updated. So when you are trying to keep your Joomla site updated, you need to ensure the extensions are updated too.


Remove unnecessary Extensions

You can make use of different extensions to carry out various functions of your website. However, before you make use of extensions, you need to be clear that using extensions that are not appropriately optimized can slow down your site. When you make use of many extensions on the frontend, a number of HTTP requests will come, and they will have to handle them all. So it would be better that you keep a minimum number of extensions as needed and let your site be light. Light site will load faster.


Make sure to Optimize .htaccess file

How your web servers will process your website is handled by .htaccess file. It does that by adding a number of rules in there to improve the Joomla Page speed. Some of the important rules used mostly are:

Expires headers: Using it, you can set different expiration times for your different types of files.
ETag: This, instead of the server, fetches the image from the local browser cache.
AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE: This removes all the breaks, empty lines and spaces in the HTML when you are trying to minify its source code and compile HTML.



Content Delivery Network or CDN is nothing but an interconnected system that is based on cache servers. It delivers web content by making use of geographical proximity. When you make use of CDN for your website, the speed of your website will increase, and CDN will work towards reducing the distance between your website server from where content is delivered and the visitor on your site.

CDN is most commonly used to deliver media files like images, audio, video, etc. This means all this content is loaded to the visitor from the CDN and not the server. This is done because CDN is said to be reliable and more efficient. You can make use of some extensions along with CDN to achieve this.


Enable Joomla Caching

Whenever a visitor opens a Joomla site and loads a page, content from the database is fetched by Joomla. It then loads the extensions which are needed on that page as well as the template files. After that, everything in here is rendered as a single page, which takes much time to happen. The Joomla Caching system can easily resolve such a thing. Once you enable this plugin in your Joomla site, the resultant page will be stored whenever someone loads it. This means the stored version of the page will be made visible to the user rather than loading the page again and going through the same process.

Conservative caching is used to deliver different content to different visitors.
Progressive caching is used to deliver the same content to all the website visitors.


Always Use optimized Images

For any website, images play a very crucial role, and if you have good images there, then it can increase the chances of improving the value of your content. Now, in case you are not using properly optimized images, then it will slow down your site very much. To avoid that you need to keep some tips in mind:

Don’t use too many images on the same page
Only use images if you need to have them.
Don’t go for large size images.
Keep the size of the images small by using tools like Adobe Photoshop.
Enable GZIP Compression

Before your site is passed on to the visitors, this step gets it compressed first. Such a step will reduce the size of the webpage, and this will let to load faster.


Minify CSS and JavaScript

All the style and layout information that is present on the page should be processed when the browser renders the content on the site. This means that till the time external stylesheets are downloaded and processed, the browser will block rendering. Now for it to happen, it will need to make multiple to and fro trips, and this will lead to taking more time to render. Now, you can avoid this by compressing JavaScript and CSS.

When you go for JS and CSS optimization, you work towards reducing all the unnecessary codes in those files. This will reduce the size of those files, and the request numbers will decrease too.

It is possible to carry out this task manually, but then it is quite risky, so not recommended. So it would be better you go for a framework that offers support for JS and CSS optimization.


Always Prefer Asynchronous Loading

You should optimize the way it takes the website to load. In the case of synchronous loading, if one file takes time to load, the browser will stop others, and so they have to wait in a queue to load.

Now in case of asynchronous, if the file takes more time to load, the browser will run the other file simultaneously. This means you will have improved performance.


Clean Database Regularly

It can happen that your Joomla page speed is facing issues because the database is not clean. To clear that issue, you need to optimize and repair your database. For the same, you need to make use of phpMyAdmin as Joomla does not come with such a built-in feature.


Optimize it for Mobile Friendly

There is an increasing trend to have responsive designs, and so you need to make sure that your website opens well across different devices. To know how well your website is performing on mobile, you can make use of Google PageSpeed insights. After that, you can come up with your list of issues and get them fixed.


Use optimized template and extension

A template or extension with good design is not always the best choice. There are other factors you should consider such as its features, its usability, is it friendly with Search engines, is it sleek and optimized, etc. Further always check the resource consumption of your template or an extension… If it consumes more resource then try to optimize it if possible otherwise don’t use such template.