The latest Joomla upgrade, Joomla 3.11, is the foundation for any upgrade to Joomla 4, which is released in the near future. To help you upgrade to Joomla, there is a new Joomla Upgrade component. This checks your website for compatibility with Joomla and will test all of the server options, the plugins you have, and your configuration settings. If you need more assistance, you can contact Joomja Support.
For the most basic installation, this feature should not be necessary and can be disabled by updating your Joomja installation or by adding the Joomja Upgrade module directly to your Mambo WebHosting Manager. There are some minor security considerations when upgrading to Joomja 4 and these can be resolved by upgrading to version 4.2 of Joomja.
There are also several other options available to you, including manual upgrades, automatic upgrades, or a combination of the two. If you are unsure about upgrading or do not have time to deal with it yourself, you may want to use an automatic upgrade. This option will check your website for compatibility, download a new update, install it, and check for any security issues that may exist with it. You can then decide whether to continue or uninstall your Joomja version.
If you want to perform a manual upgrade, you can find instructions for the process at the Joomja website. Once you have installed the upgrade, you will be able to continue to update Joomja on your own. However, if you feel comfortable using a software program to perform the upgrades automatically, then you may choose to perform the updates in software.
To use this type of Joomja Upgrade, you will need to go into your Mambo WebHosting Manager and select “Tools,” then choose “Upgrade”. When you’re finished, you can uninstall your version and install the new version and have it installed and running in no time.
If you have problems performing an automatic Joomja upgrade or do not have the time to perform it yourself, you can go into the Joomja Website Hosting Manager and click “Settings” on the left pane of your Web Hosting Manager Panel. Then click “Upgrades” in the right pane of your Joomja Website Hosting Manager. You can then choose “Automatic Updates” on the drop down menu. If you choose “Manual,” it will ask for the version number for your Joomja Version and you can then choose that number.
If you have problems updating your Joomja version manually, you can visit the Joomja Updater support website to help you find help. From there, you can read instructions for each upgrade step.
One final option is to use an automatic upgrade for a more stable and secure Joomja Upgrade. There are many third-party vendors that offer this type of service and can provide this option for free or for a fee. When you choose to use one of these vendors, it is important to read the upgrade directions carefully before you decide which is best for you.
Once you’ve installed the upgrade, you can go into the Joomla Website Hosting Manager and click “Settings” on the left pane of your Web Hosting Manager Panel. Then click “Upgrades” in the right pane. If you choose “Automatic”, it will ask for the version number of your Joomla Version and you can choose that number and click “Advanced”.
Once you have performed the automatic upgrade, you will notice the upgrades are much faster and smoother than manually performing them. This will allow your website to work much quicker.
You will also be able to determine how much time is required to upgrade each Joomla version based on your own preferences. You can have the program perform the upgrades automatically, or you can schedule it so that you know it will do it when you want it done. and make sure it is completed at the appropriate times.