Front-end editing in Joomla just took a huge stride forward with the Joomla 3.2 release: you can now edit modules and menu items in addition to articles!
Taking a look at the screenshot to the right, you'll see the familiar article editing icon at #1; #2 is what's new. When you hover over any module the Edit module icon appears; hover over that and you will see both the title of the module as well as the template position. That template position information will certainly come in handy for site administrators who are unsure of the various position locations... "Is that module in position-7 or position-6?" Click on that Edit module icon and you will instantly be taken into the back-end of the site—directly into that module—to make your edits. Slick!
Content version control for Joomla is a reality with the 3.2 release, and both novice and experienced Joomla users will welcome its arrival with sighs of relief. Why? Because now novice users, or that fresh new office intern, need not worry about irretrievably "messing up" an article they're editing. And the webmaster who has created a fairly complex article with embeded extra HTML (yes, you *know* you do it!) won't need to recreate that article from scratch after that nervous novice has deleted portions of the code.
Technology changes so rapidly that it’s important to regularly evaluate how your site is performing from a visitor’s perspective, in comparison with competitor sites and with respect to your own needs. For your convenience, 4Web has put together a quick list of questions you should be asking right now, so that you and your site can keep up with user expectations.
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Joomla 3.0 is out-of-the-box ready for the mobile market (and then some)!
What exactly is a responsive website?
A responsive website's look and feel changes "responsively" to the size of the device that views it (from desktop monitors to mobile phones).
Why does this matter?
Responsive websites provide for an optimal user experience and it has been a long standing fact that if you give your site visitors what they need, it reflects well in your search engine rankings. Plus, responsive website users are the happy recipients of easier reading and intuitive navigation with minimal panning and scrolling to locate content. After all, isn’t one of your primary goals for your website to help people find the information they are looking for? With Joomla 3.0 you can attain the responsive website you need. Joomla 3.0 is built on the bootstrap design framework, which is one of the most popular responsive design frameworks currently in use – making it a better overall experience for your site visitors, as well as a convenient experience for the people who help you maintain your website.
Contact 4Web with your responsive website concerns.
If you have a Joomla 2.5 website, you are on the right path to the Joomla 3 series. However, don't just click any upgrade button in the administrator panel because there is more to upgrading than you see.
When you click the upgrade button, what happens behind the scenes are updates to the core Joomla database. Before updating to Joomla 3, you will need to have a Joomla 3 ready template for your site as well. Joomla 2.5 templates don't work with Joomla 3. If you're using a commercial template, check with the developer to see if there is a Joomla 3 version.
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