In the latest part of our series comparing Joomla! and WordPress, we dig deeper into the functionalities included with widgets and modules, and how they fit with the key philosophies of their respective CMS’ development.
In part 3 of our series comparing Joomla and WordPress, we start exploring content creation, seeing how each CMS manages its frontpage and produces the content that will drive a website’s popularity.
If you’re looking to a powerful CMS to build your next website project on, then you’re spoiled for choice. Joomla! may not immediately come to mind, but it offers more flexibility than you might think; here’s 5 reasons that Joomla! can be a great choice, even for larger website projects.
In part 2 of our series comparing Joomla! and WordPress, we take a look at how they differ when it comes to updates and development, as well as examining the power of the menu in Joomla!
In this new article series we’ll be looking at the key differences between the two most popular CMSs; Joomla and WordPress, starting with a look at their different naming conventions and what it tells us about their focus.
In one of the fastest Joomla updates in recent memory, just four months after Joomla! 3.5 we’ve already reached the release of Joomla! 3.6, along with more than 400 fixes, features and improvements added. Get the lowdown on the best of the lot as we dig through the notes so you don’t have to!
WordPress is a better choice than Joomla for newbies in web development; everyone knows that. But is it true? In fact, if the right kind of beginner comes along, then Joomla might well be worthwhile. Read on and find out how!
Joomla! 3.5 is still fresh off the development line, but the Production Leadership Team are already working towards the release of Joomla! 3.7. But what might we see in this next release? Whilst the feature list isn’t 100% confirmed, there are several plans and discussions that point to some interesting improvements to make Joomla! more user-friendly than ever; in this article, we’ll look at the ones that have a good chance of making a appearance soon.
The recent Joomla! 3.5 release included many useful little features, but perhaps the biggest change was one that the average end user won’t notice immediately; support for PHP 7. Of course, more immediately-tangible features like drag-and-drop images in the default editor or UI additions such as count items help improve workflow and article management, but PHP 7 offers something even more useful in terms of improving the user experience and reducing bounce rate; faster page loads.