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- Upgrading a Joomla Website
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- Never Put Email Addresses on Your Website
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- How to add custom coding to your Joomla website
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- Cool Computer Tips
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How to add custom coding to your Joomla website
Do you need to add custom coding to your Joomla website?
Perhaps you need to add a Google Map, a Facebook widget, a Newsletter widget or other custom coding. To do this, you basically need to create a custom html module, assign it to a module position and menu, turn off you WYSIWYG editor, insert the custom html coding and save the Module.
Cool Computer Tips
Here are 5 computer tips that you might find interesting:
Tip 1: Turn your computer's browser window into a simple text editor.
If you want to bring up a basic text editor you can type in, just paste this into the address bar of your browser:
Use this screen to paste or type in text!
Never Put Email Addresses on Your Website
I would strongly advise all website owners to NEVER put email address on their websites.
Putting an email address (linkable or not) on a public website means you are allowing your email to be farmed by spammers to use or sell your email address to other spammers.
Upgrading a Joomla Website
Lately I have had numerous discussions with customers in regards to upgrading their websites from older versions of Joomla to the newest supported version - Joomla 3.6.4.
The Mobile Apocalypse is coming - Are you ready?
From April 21, 2015 Google will actively improve rankings of mobile-friendly sites. If your site's not mobile ready, your traffic is at risk. If your site's not mobile-friendly, this means you'll rank poorly on Google, and less customers will find you. That's bad for traffic, and business.