When you decide to install Joomla, it’s your duty to learn how to maintain your Joomla site. Keep in mind that Joomla can become ineffective in a few ways. It’s up to you to be aware of those things so that your Joomla site remains healthy and fresh for visitors.
Some of the most common problems with Joomla sites are the use of some default installation files and the use of the wrong version of modules. Some people just make a mistake and install the wrong version of modules for their Joomla installation. Others just add scripts to every page without taking any action to make it possible for scripts to be loaded. If you are one of these people, then there are some things that you need to do in order to resolve your problems.
Time to Check-In for your Site’s Version. The first thing that you need to do is check your version. Most sites have this function. If you have not installed a new version lately, it’s OK. Just be sure that the version that you have installed is the one that is correct.
Full Version Check-In. Always check the version of your website for several months.
Missing Content is an important part of maintenance. As a visitor, it’s your duty to take note of the information on your site. This means that you should keep a written record of your content. If you know that you want to change something or if you know that you cannot wait for your site to be updated, you should also update your content.
Knowledge of Error Handling. The simple thing to do to fix any errors that you may have is to click on the View Details link on the information page for that error.
Basic Knowledge of Web Development. You might not be an expert when it comes to building web pages for your site, but that does not mean that you do not have knowledge when it comes to web development.
Your own Maintenance of Your Pages. A lot of Joomla sites are maintained by individual members, while others have community pages that are managed by others. Each of these types of Joomla sites requires different kinds of maintenance.
One of the most common Joomla Maintenance problems is the lack of maintenance that happens over time. If you have allowed a Joomla site to get into a serious state of disrepair, then it might be time to take some time off the site.
A very helpful news that is usually broadcast by the maintenance team is “Let’s See You Later”. The maintenance team will try to give visitors a chance to view some of the old content on the site.
This is an excellent way to help keep the site up to date. However, keep in mind that the maintenance is only a small portion of the time that you have to spend updating your Joomla site. In other words, it is a very positive effect for your site, but it is not a must-do part of the maintenance process.
Even though Joomla maintenance is not required all the time, it is really important for you to check in with the team on a regular basis so that your site stays properly maintained. I have found that the best way to stay on top of the maintenance process is to utilize Joomla’s subscription mode. This method allows you to be notified when a maintenance period comes up, letting you know if you need to take action.