You must be wondering if it is even possible to convert an existing Joomla website into a Joomla 4 site. Well, the answer is, yes.
It’s not actually a very common or usual online tool, but there are people who can do it for you. The conversion is pretty easy, and a lot of people will give you their time to assist you, whether that is in the form of “instant” conversion or whether they’re available for a consultation. The best thing about the conversion is that it only takes one day or a couple of days to complete.
If you want to know how to convert your site into a Joomla 4.0 website, then read on! And I’m not talking about buying a new website design for your business, I’m talking about buying a fully functioning version of the Joomla website, without having to hire a web designer. This is a very good investment, because you don’t have to spend any money on your website, just after the conversion, you’ll save a fortune.
So let’s start with the most important step when trying to convert your Joomla website into a Joomla 4.0: uploading all your content. That means everything from the articles to the content of your pages. If you’ve ever worked on a site before, you will know what I mean.
All of your content will be scattered around the site. When you’ve got it all on the site, you’ll need to layout all the content in a logical way, so that you can organize it all later. This should be done as soon as possible.
After you’ve uploaded all your content, the next thing that you will need to do is upload the software. You will then need to put the new URL where your visitors can visit. All of your pages, which includes the ones where the links go, need to be tagged accordingly. This is done using a feature of the Joomla CMS called The Meta Tag Wizard.
After that is done, the last thing that you will need to do is a few small tweaks to the new site, like adding your content and including all the links to the old site, which makes it look like a fresh copy of the original. This part could take several hours, depending on how much content you have to put on the site.
Now it’s time to check if everything works as it should. Test the new site by making a simple search for some keywords that you want to boost the traffic on your site. Remember, that it can take a while to load your site on the Joomla CMS, so you don’t want to wait too long on these.
Once everything is working as it should, you can take a final look at your site and make some small changes. Just a few things, like changing the template, the colors, and different colors of the text and images.
Now you’re done with the conversion process, you need to make sure that you leave a big page on your site, which will redirect visitors back to your site. A big page is usually done by using HTML code, which is a good practice for conversion, but keep in mind that HTML codes are actually very slow to process, and can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing.
The results of Joomla conversions have been overwhelmingly positive. Because it’s so easy to convert a site into a Joomla 4.0 site, companies are paying thousands of dollars every year to get their Joomla sites converted.