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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Easy Steps to Manage Joomla Cache

clock December 21, 2016 10:50 by author ben

According to tutorialspoint website, we will study about Joomla Cache Manager. You can install the cache controller plug-in which helps to improve the performance of Joomla. You can also turn off the cache on the particular pages and component.

Joomla Cache Management

Following are the simple steps used to set up the Joomla cache manager:

Step (1) − Click on Cache Management in Joomla Global Configuration. You will get the screen as shown below.

Following are the details of the fields present in the Joomla Cache Management page:

  • Configure − It is used to select the system for which your site should be used for caching. It also caches your PHP opcode.
  • Access Administration Interface − It allows users to access the administration interface.

Toolbar

Following are the toolbar options in Cache Management.

  • Save − Saves your Cache Manager Setting.
  • Save & Close − Saves the Cache Manager Setting and closes the current screen.
  • Cancel − Cancels the Cache Manager Setting in Joomla.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Easy Steps To Make Your Joomla Website SEO Friendly

clock December 7, 2016 11:44 by author ben

According to tutorialspoint website. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is about optimizing a website for search engine. It helps search engines find and rank your site higher than the other sites in response to a search query.

Following are the simple steps used to set the Joomla Website SEO

Step (1) − Click on System → Global Configuration in Joomla administrator. By default Site tab opens up as shown below.

Following are the details of the fields present in the SEO Setting.

  • Search Engine Friendly URLs − Optimizing the URL's to the search engine.
  • Use URL rewriting − Selecting the server, which rewrites the URL's to meet a specific condition.
  • Adds Suffix to URL − Based on the document type the suffix to the URL is added.
  • Unicode Aliases − It selects between the transliteration and Unicode aliases.
  • Include Site Name in Page Titles − Provide your site name on all pages at the beginning or end of the page.

Toolbar

Following are the toolbar options in SEO:

  • Save − Saves your SEO Setting.
  • Save & Close − Saves the SEO Setting and closes the current screen.
  • Cancel − Cancels the SEO Setting in Joomla.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Easy Steps to Insert videos with the JCE Media Manager in Joomla

clock December 1, 2016 10:39 by author ben

According to JoomlaBlogger website, The problem I had was that the video code was stripped from the HTML when I switched back to the editor. No matter what I tried, the Vimeo embed code was removed when I left the HTML view. Vimeo videos are Flash movies, so I tried using the JCE Media Manager.

However, although I managed to paste in the URL and setting the parameters, the resulting code was not working. Actually, the media manager was inserting a IMG tag with the URL in a TITLE tag. Very strange, and not something I would expect from JCE, one of the finest Joomla extensions around. Extremely annoying - there had to be a solution!

The solution is so simple!

It turns out that you need to alter a setting in the Groups configuration to make this work. The setting is found far down on the Layout tab of the JCE Group (edit) page.

You need to make sure that the checkbox for ''Media Support' is checked. When I checked this box, the JCE Media Manager worked as expected and I was able to insert the video without any problems at all.

Here's where you find the settings:

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: How to Back Up Your Joomla Website

clock November 24, 2016 10:33 by author ben

According to Tutorialspoint website. In this chapter, we will study about Website backup in Joomla. It allows backup of files, folders and re-opens it in Joomla.

Following are the simple steps used to backup the website in Joomla −

Step (1) − Click on System → Global Configuration in Joomla administrator. You will get the following screen.

Step (2) − Next, click on EJB - Easy Joomla Backup at the left sidebar.

You get a basic editor page for Joomla Backup. Here by default, the Component tab is displayed.

Below we have mentioned the details of the fields present in the Component tab on the page −

  • Exclude files from backup archive − It indicates the name of the files with the path address to be excluded from a backup archive.
  • Exclude folders from backup archive − It indicates the name of the folders with the path address to be excluded from a backup archive.
  • Add 'DROP TABLE' instruction to dump file − It indicates to add drop table instruction to dump files without deleting the tables by selecting either (Yes/No).
  • Add additional tables − It indicates to add additional tables, but it should not have the same prefix.
  • Maximum number of backup files − It indicates the maximum number of backup files.
  • Prefix for archive names − It indicates to use prefixes for archive names of backup file.

Step (3) − After clicking on Permissions tab, you will get the following screen.

Following are the details that are present on the Permissions tab −

  • Configure − It allows the user to edit the user option.
  • Access Administration Interface − It allows the users to access the administration interface.
  • Delete − It allows the user in group to delete the content present in the extension.
  • Download − It allows the user to download the backup archive file.
  • Full Backup − It allows the user to create full backup file permission.
  • Database Backup − It allows the user to create database backup.
  • File Backup − It allows the user to permit creation of file backup.
  • Discover − It allows the user to discover backup files or new entries into the database.

Toolbar

Following are the toolbar options in the Website Backup screen −

  • Save − Saves your Backup of website.
  • Save & Close − Saves the Backup of website and closes the current screen.
  • Cancel − Cancels the created Backup of website in Joomla.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: How to Backup Your Joomla Website

clock November 17, 2016 10:32 by author ben

According to tutorialspoint website, In this chapter, we will study about Website backup in Joomla. It allows backup of files, folders and re-opens it in Joomla.

Website Backup

Following are the simple steps used to backup the website in Joomla −

Step (1) − Click on System → Global Configuration in Joomla administrator. You will get the following screen.

Step (2) − Next, click on EJB - Easy Joomla Backup at the left sidebar.

You get a basic editor page for Joomla Backup. Here by default, the Component tab is displayed.

Below we have mentioned the details of the fields present in the Component tab on the page −

  • Exclude files from backup archive − It indicates the name of the files with the path address to be excluded from a backup archive.
  • Exclude folders from backup archive − It indicates the name of the folders with the path address to be excluded from a backup archive.
  • Add 'DROP TABLE' instruction to dump file − It indicates to add drop table instruction to dump files without deleting the tables by selecting either (Yes/No).
  • Add additional tables − It indicates to add additional tables, but it should not have the same prefix.
  • Maximum number of backup files − It indicates the maximum number of backup files.
  • Prefix for archive names − It indicates to use prefixes for archive names of backup file.

Step (3) − After clicking on Permissions tab, you will get the following screen.

Following are the details that are present on the Permissions tab −

  • Configure − It allows the user to edit the user option.
  • Access Administration Interface − It allows the users to access the administration interface.
  • Delete − It allows the user in group to delete the content present in the extension.
  • Download − It allows the user to download the backup archive file.
  • Full Backup − It allows the user to create full backup file permission.
  • Database Backup − It allows the user to create database backup.
  • File Backup − It allows the user to permit creation of file backup.
  • Discover − It allows the user to discover backup files or new entries into the database.

Toolbar

Following are the toolbar options in the Website Backup screen −

  • Save − Saves your Backup of website.
  • Save & Close − Saves the Backup of website and closes the current screen.
  • Cancel − Cancels the created Backup of website in Joomla.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: How to Hide Content after Login in Joomla

clock November 10, 2016 10:21 by author ben

According to Joomla-shark website article, This might seem like an unusual thing to do, but think about it… if you have a large banner module on your website asking people to create an account, why would you want this to be visible to users who are already registered?

Obviously it’s ideal to hide the module from registered users, and set it to only display for non-registered users, but how do we do this?

At one point this required a bit of customisation in the backend, but since the release of Joomla 3 it’s been made a bit easier. We will explain how to do this in both Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.

Until recently, Joomla offered only three different levels of access:

  • Public: for users without any login credentials
  • Registered: for those with a login account to the frontend
  • Special: for users with access to the backend

This made it simple to hide certain content from public users. All you had to do was set the access level of the content to Registered, thus blocking any non-logged in users from accessing it. But there wasn’t any straightforward option to do things the other way around, and make content exclusive to public users.

The way to get around this is to set up a new user group and access level for guests, and then assign it to the content. If you are using a recent version of Joomla 3, the user group and access level should already be set up for you, but it is best to check to make sure they have been set up.

Creating a User Group for Guest

Log in to your Joomla Administration panel and go to Users > Groups. If you are using Joomla 3, you should see that Guest has already been set up as a User Group. If not, we need to create it.

Click New and give your group a title (preferably Guest), and make sure Public is assigned as its parent.

Setting the Access Levels for the User Group

Next we need to set up the access level for our new user group. From the User Manager, click into Viewing Access Levels. Again, if you are using Joomla 3, you should see that Guest has already been set up. If not, we need to create it.

Click New and give the access level a title (use Guest again so that it doesn’t get confusing), and then tick Guest under the User Groups Having Viewing Access title.

Set the Guest User Group

With the access level and user group set up, we need to set it as the default group that will be applied to non-logged in users. Click Parameters while still in the User Manager and set the Guest User Group to Guest.

Assigning a Module to the Guest User Group

With the above done correctly, you can now assign your content to the new user group. Find the content you want to make viewable to the Guest group, and then set the Access to Guest.

Your content will now only be visible to users who are not logged in!

Before you test this though, make sure you clear your browser’s cookies, and remember when testing your front end, that any element of your website will always be visible to a super user, so make sure you test this with a registered user.


Show Content only for Guest Users in Joomla: Simplified

  • Go to User Groups and create a new group called Guest, and make this is a child of the Public group.
  • Then go to Viewing Access Levels and create a new access level called Guest. Click into the access level and make sure it is assigned to the Guest User Group.
  • Set the Guest User Group to Guest in the User Manager’s Parameters
  • Click into your content, and set the Access level to Guest.
  • Clear your cache, and done. Your content is now only visible to non registered users.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Move away from These 3 Joomla Plugin

clock October 27, 2016 10:31 by author ben

According to Anjelina Sharma (web developer) article, Joomla, to put it simply, is a great fit for ecommerce stores. It is an easy-to-use ecommerce store. This is perhaps the main reason why it has succeeded in the ecommerce front. You know that internet users have very little patience. Ecommerce buyers, on the other hand, have no patience at all when it comes to accessing whatever they want to access. An ecommerce business is a lucrative career choice, but only if you're able to steer it in the right direction. Convenience is key. Convenience is at the heart of initial success tasted by you. Convenience is what your consumers want. Your products might be terrific but don't expect too many buyers if you don't have equally convenient payment options as well. Your customers would want to pay right through your site and not their e-mail and wait till you receive it after which they can send the order back. The whole exercise is time-consuming and your customers cannot really wait for so much to happen. They want everything fast.

So, as an ecommerce entrepreneur, irrespective of whatever you are selling (food, clothes, books, shoes, accessories etc) you need to ensure that your services are backed by an effective shopping cart. Today, we are going to zero in on the best Joomla shopping cart extensions for entrepreneurs. Selecting the right extension is equally important as choosing the right Joomla website template. So, here we go.

Eshop: Ease of use wins again

One of the primary reasons why this particular extension has succeeded is because of its ease of use. It is extremely easy to use and adjust. Troubleshooting (whenever needed) is easy. You can access their customer support service and they will definitely help you with your needs. The core features of this cart extension are meant to make your site work to its optimal potential:

  • More than ten shipping methods
  • Single page checkout
  • Automatic image resizing
  • More than 20 payment gateways
  • The presence of standard Joomla toolbars, groups, layouts (all very easy to access)
  • Wish list products
  • Different tax rates based on geo zones

J2Store: Bolsters functionality in more ways than what you can imagine

The greatest attribute of this particular feature is that even its free versions offer you great functionality. You can showcase or organize your products beautifully with its help.

There is scope to put unlimited products to the fore. The items can be showcased with the right zoom effect. Don't miss out on the pro-support documentation as well. Both physical and downloadable goods can be sold.

JooCmmerce: What you need to find out about this one

The feature set offered by this one is quite powerful. Once again, it is very easy to use and is backed by the following remarkable attributes:

  • GPL License
  • Paypal integrated
  • Stripe Integrated
  • Country Filtering
  • Great internalization
  • Shipping
  • Great tax management console

It is extremely important for ecommerce entrepreneurs to find out about these plugins so as to shore up user experience.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: 4 Functional Web Designed Tools in Joomla

clock October 20, 2016 11:44 by author ben

According to Jason Roiz (Joomla Programmer) article, A content management system is software that acts like a library keeping track of all the content on a website. It includes simple text, photos, music videos, or documents. CMS does not need any special technical skill and any one can use it. Joomla is a CMS used for creating online applications and websites.

Joomla is known to be easy to use and extensible; that is the reason which makes it the most popular website available. Joomla also happens to be an open source which makes it available to all. Joomla uses PHP language and has My SQL as its database.

Uses

Joomla Customization has a huge scope as a Content Management System. It is used to enhance websites all over the world including: Corporate Websites or portals,Corporate Intranets and extranets, online magazines, newspapers, and publications, e-commerce and online reservations, government applications, small business web sites, non-profit and organizational websites, community-based portals, school and church portals and personal homepage.

Advantages to look forward

Joomla Customization powers up portal from corporate websites to homepages. It is used in applications dealing with e-commerce storefronts, community portals, e-magazines and Image galleries. Joomla gives an affordable alternative to website designing. The features of Content Management System, page caching, RSS feed, Printable versions are developed by Joomla. It keeps all the data in centralized database. Joomla becomes interactive and powerful due to the third party plug ins. Joomla creates search engine friendly URLs and site structure. Joomla has a text editor akin to a Word Pad that makes it easy for a layman to edit the web content.

Easy to build a website


It is easy to create a website if you use Joomla. Joomla is easy to install or set up even by a new user. There is plenty of Webs hosting services you can use to click 'install' and get Joomla activated. Joomla offers the simplicity and speed of setting up websites for clients. The clients can then be given instructions by Joomla programmers on how to manage their own sites. Clients can even apply for specialized functionality as several extensible are available in the Joomla Extensions Directory.

The reason to use Joomla

Joomla is easy to use and pick up by those who do not have technical expertise. With Joomla you can design an attractive website within no time. Joomla's easy usability makes it convenient to produce a functional website. Follow a few steps that will get Joomla activated: You need to log on to the administrator section and then add the content - text, photos or files. Click on Administrator and enter your username and password and work with the backend of the site.

Joomla programmers find the functionality factor of this CMS very useful. There is no end to the functions that you can add to Joomla and expand its functionality. For Joomla users there are plenty of forums offering support. Avail of programmers at affordable rates if you would like to outsource your web designing to professionals.

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Boost Your site's SEO score with sh404SEF

clock October 7, 2016 00:45 by author ben

If you think, that is enough to build a nice site with a great content to have lots of visitors flowing to your site you're wrong. There are millions of webmasters trying to do the same. And Google and other search engines simply can't find, index and sort all of these sites, and show them to your potential visitors. So you need to do a little more to help these search engines - and to help yourself!

You have chosen Joomla - and that's great, you have one of most search engine friendly CMS-es under your fingertips. But you need to do some more small steps to reach the search engines first 3 result pages for your potential clients. One of most important things you should do is to unleash the SEO capabilities of Joomla, then add the best SEF component written for it, the sh404SEF, and tweak it to become a preferred target of search engines.

You already can see a big improvement - and also some weak points of the native Joomla SEO engine:

  • No Title Tag Support – You cannot customize your title (in Joomla 1.5) or you have very limited tools to do it (in Joomla 1.7+).
  • You cannot customize the Meta Description per page, or you can do it on Joomla 1.7 only per menu item level.
  • Joomla, as any other CMS-es is plagued by multiple URL's problem - the different URL parameters used to control the site's behavior and look are ending up on multiple URL's pointing to the same content. And you cannot point these duplicate URL's to one URL
  • URL’s cannot be customized
  • Sitemaps are not built in
  • NON Existent built in 404 pages on pre-Joomla 1.7 versions, and on newer Joomla sites these 404 error pages aren't customizable, and are offering as little as a link back to your home and another one to let users contact you.

And this is only the tip of the iceberg. Even with spectacular advances in Joomla native SEO, you still need a pro-level tool to address the above issues and do even more tweaks. and here enters in the scene sh404SEF, our preferred Joomla SEO component. BTW, it's not the ONLY one. It's just simply the best ;). Let's see how we can maximize the benefits of using it!

Steps to be done

Enabling Joomla SEO

  • In Joomla backend go to “Global configuration”
  • On the right hand side in SEO Settings options you will see three options, you will need to change 2 of them
    • Select yes for “search engine friendly URLs”
    • Select yes for “use Apache mod_rewrite”
  • Leave “add suffix to URLs” at no
  • Grab your preferred FTP client, log in to the site, locate in WEBROOT the file named htaccess.txt, rename it to .htaccess

with these simple steps you have enabled the built in Joomla SEO engine.
Adding the sh404SEF component to the mix

I know, it's a commercial component. But, believe me, worth every penny you will spending on it. Purchase it, download it, and install it as any other Joomla component. There are no special tricks there.

Configuring the sh404SEF component it's a bit trickier, we highly recommend doing only one setting at time, then check the result, see if the outcome is what you expected, roll back or fine-tune if needed. The component is terrific, you have an arsenal of high impact SEO tools. Fortunately most of them are unleashed out of the box.

  • Go to the menu item labeled “components” and click on the SH404sef component
  • On the right, on the Quick Start pane you have couple of options. Change these to YES:
    • Enable URL optimization
    • Enable remote configuration
  • From the dropdown below select the value "with .htaccess (mod_rewrite)
  • Hit the Save button below

You just launched your missiles: the sh404SEF engine is up and running. Clear your cache, and go to the frontpage to see the results. If everything is OK, the go back to the sh404SEF's main interface, the fun just begins.

Configuration tab

  • On the left, select the tab Configuration, then from the icons you will see click on “sh404sef configuration”
  • ON this page you will see quite a few options and we are going to cover a basic Joomla install SEO setup
  • Choose yes on the radio button labeled “Enabled”
  • Next scroll down and make sure file suffix is “.html”
  • below that choose “index.html” as your default index file
  • Choose a 404 page on the next row. On install sh404SEF probably created and preselected his default 404 error page, and you are ready to go with. But later you might want to go back and create your own, customized error page in your articles manager. Something like this. Can be very useful - and fun - when someone lands on your website and the page is no longer available

The rest of settings can be leaved out for now, the defaults are generally the recommendable ones. But let's note couple of interesting things.

Advanced Tab

  • Activate Url Cache should be set to yes and will help with page load times. But it's highly recommended to change this setting to YES only when you finished your tweaks, and you are ready to launch your site with new settings. Otherwhise you might see some misleading results.
  • If you are using Linux and you did the basic out of the box Joomla seo setup, then you should stick with the above settings, and keep the drop down selected at “with .htaccess (mod_rewrite)". If you are on a windows platform then you will need to choose one of the other two. Test either one out until it works right. I cant say for sure unless I know exactly what type of configuration your host has for the IIS env.
  • It's recommended also to choose yes for the “301 redirect from non-sef to sef URL” this option is pretty much a safe guard against duplicate content and it makes sure your URLs are all re-written
  • Choose yes for “301 redirect from JOOMLA SEF to sh404SEF” Same explanation as the last point except this will convert the ‘OUT OF THE BOX JOOMLA SEF URLs” to SH404SEF URLs. Did i confuse you?
  • Choose yes for “301 redirect www/non-www”. This is very important. You need to decide, what is your preferred setup, then go and create a “Google web master tools account” and follow the instructions here to change your “preferred domain. Then change tis setting accordingly.
  • The rest of these options are optional and you should read the info question marks.


SEO configuration applet

These are the settings where personal taste has an important role, but here are some guidelines/ideeas to help you to made the best choices.

    "Activate Meta management" set this to yes.
    "Remove Joomla Generator tag" set this to yes
    "Use table-less output" set this to yes
    "Insert h1 tags" set this to yes. Unless you have already setup your template to have only 1 “h1″ tag on all of your Joomla pages.
    "Change multiple h1 in h2" should be set to yes. Having one h1 tag on each of your pages is a best practice. Multiple H1s is kinda like spamming.
    "Insert title in Read more" should be set to yes. This will add keywords to the “read more” link when you hover your mouse over it. This is good for seo and keyword density on your page.
    "Insert outbound links symbol" should be set to no unless you want symbols on your internal pages that show links going outbound. This is normally used if multiple novice users are adding content to your website, you can in turn click through their articles and remove links that go to other websites or add “no follow” tags to the links.

Best Joomla Hosting Recommendation

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Joomla Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Easy Steps to Input javascript to Joomla

clock October 5, 2016 21:30 by author ben

You can actually insert javascript anywhere in your Joomla article, plugin, module or component. The javascript will run fine.

However, if you want you page to be XHTML compliant, then you must add your javascript to the <HEAD> section of your HTML page.

1. Loading External .js Javascript Files

    Method 1
        If your javascript is all contained in a .js file, you can use the following to load the javascript file. Note: Assume your javascript file is stored in media/system/js/

        JHTML::script('your_javascript_file.js');

        The default location for the javascript file is in media/system/js/. If your javascript file is stored in another folder, you can use the following to load the javascript file:

        JHTML::script('your_javascript_file.js', '/full/path/to/the/js/folder');

        If your javascript requires the requires Mootools, then set the third parameter to TRUE/ to automatically ensure that the Mootools library is loaded.

        // Set 3rd parameter to TRUE to load the Mootools library
        JHTML::script('your_javascript_file.js', '/full/path/to/the/js/folder', true);


    Method 2
        You can also use the following method to load an external javascript file:

        $document = JFactory::getDocument();
     $document->addScriptDeclaration(JURI::base(). 'plugins/content/yourplugin/yourplugin.js');


2. Loading inline Javascript

    Suppose you want to add the following javascript codes to the <HEAD> section of your HTML page:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    window.addEvent('domready', function() {
        new Rokmoomenu($E('ul.menu'), {
            bgiframe: false,
            delay: 500,
            animate: {
                props: ['opacity', 'width', 'height'],
                opts: {
                    duration:400,
                    fps: 100,
                    transition: Fx.Transitions.Quad.easeOut
                }
            }
        });
    });
    </script>


    Use the following to insert the javascript codes:

    $javascript = "
    <script type="text/javascript">
    window.addEvent('domready', function() {
        new Rokmoomenu($E('ul.menu'), {
            bgiframe: false,
            delay: 500,
            animate: {
                props: ['opacity', 'width', 'height'],
                opts: {
                    duration:400,
                    fps: 100,
                    transition: Fx.Transitions.Quad.easeOut
                }
            }
        });
    });
    </script>
    ";

    $document->addScriptDeclaration($javascript);

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