When someone thinks of Joomla, most think about it as the website control panel for their business. Of course it also has been used by many others as a CMS, Content Management System, but it’s not just for businesses anymore.
For many websites, Joomla is like a core element to the overall design of the website. They don’t know anything about websites and are looking for information on how to manage it, but the truth is that if they care about their websites, they care more about Joomla.
If your website seems to be floundering, and is not moving in any way, it is likely because you are neglecting Joomla maintenance. You may not realize this because you have not given it the attention it needs or you just haven’t taken time to check on it.
The most common area where there is maintenance on websites is on their HTML. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert on Joomla, the HTML is going to get outdated over time. It gets so old that it does become difficult to follow and the basic layout is hard to read and understand.
You may have noticed this if you’ve used the automatic image replacements on your pages. It’s not often a feature that is seen often but when it is, it can be seen as a problem with Joomla. It gets outdated and only people who use Joomla will notice it.
Even if you are using the automatic image replacements, Joomla should still be checked for HTML updates and major layout changes. There is a way to tell Joomla that you would like it to update the HTML from your blog or your website. The simplest way to do this is to set the Joomla.exe script to run the auto-update.php file.
The html.php file is executed in the background when the website loads. When the html page updates, it will be displayed immediately without any delays. You can check this in the Options page of Joomla.
You can use Joomla’s option to update the html every time you update a page on your website. Whenever the HTML page changes, it will prompt you to update your site to be like new. There is no way for Joomla to prevent you from doing this, but there is a way to prevent people from accidentally doing it.
The reason that people can accidentally update your Joomla content is because you are not using the good Joomla maintenance practices. There are many ways to protect Joomla content so that it doesn’t get outdated and you are not accidentally trying to be too creative. You need to make sure that your website has only content that you use on a daily basis and you don’t have a lot of content that you rely on a lot of the time.
If you want your Joomla content to last, then you need to make sure that you are using only those things that are saved on the server and that you are not editing the page that you use on a regular basis. If you are using Joomla Content Management system and try to change a template, you will need to remove it before you can make any changes. This is a huge time-saver and keeps you from updating many things at once.
Many people don’t even realize how much time Joomla maintenance takes until it happens. The best way to keep Joomla maintenance as smooth as possible is to keep your templates updated, the parts of your site that will be changed frequently, and you rarely add new pages.
Keeping your website running assmoothly as possible is a priority for all Joomla users. If you can avoid clutter and changing the layout, you will have a smoother Joomla experience.