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    Tricks to Improve Your Joomla Website Appropriately PDF Print E-mail
    Written by TransRed   
    Saturday, 14 January 2012 01:18

    Tricks to Improve Your Joomla Website AppropriatelyThe right thing to do right now dealing with your Joomla website is to make it friendly and easy. Of course you want to have everything run just like the way you plan it, right? So, there are some important improvements you have to carry out or important points you have to pay attention to and they contribute to the success of your website future.

    Among many meta data elements, Meta Title is something crucial since it appears at the very top of many major browsers, even it is the blue link in giant search engine like Google. Within this page titles, you have to be able to balance your keywords as well as coming up with an interesting clickable title.

    Still under the meta data discussion, meta description is the second element which brings goodness regarding the search engine optimization. It doesn’t appear near the users, but it is used by search engine to index and rank the pages. The last meta data is meta keywords. In order to make keywords useful and bring benefit, you need to keep the following three points into accounts; keep the number of keywords less than seven, ensure that the keywords exist in your content, and separate those keywords with commas.

    Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 00:57
    How to find RSS feeds on the Website PDF Print E-mail
    Written by TransRed   
    Monday, 31 August 2009 10:11

    Active Web Reader also provides a way to find RSS feeds automatically while browsing web pages through a feature called RSS Auto Discovery. The software provides a direct method to select discovered feeds and organize them. Active Web Reader also provides a way to find RSS feeds automatically while browsing web pages through a feature called RSS Auto Discovery. The software provides a direct method to select discovered feeds and organize them.|

    Go to the website whose RSS feed you are looking for. If it has one, then it probably includes a link to it. Try looking on the page’s menu (usually left side or right side) and the footer. Most often websites advertise RSS feeds with small icons. The most common is an XML icon like this , but there are a number of variations of labels (RSS, RSS2, XML, RDF, Atom), color, and size, such as  and . Other times, there may not be an image, but text with one of those labels, or a link labeled “Syndicate this site.”

    Backup And Restore For Joomla Database PDF Print E-mail
    Written by TransRed   
    Wednesday, 26 August 2009 07:54

    Here is a simple way to backup your joomla website databases using Telnet/SSH. Why using telnet? You can backup the large joomla databases using telnet which is not possible from PhpMyAdmin interface where memory is an issue.


    STEP 1:
    FTP into your web site where you want to backup the database. Create a folder named ‘backup’ (or any name you want) in your public_html directory. Chmod it to 777. (Note: If your server API is CGI, you will get ‘Internal server error’ with 777. So if this is your case, chmod it back to 755.)

    STEP 2:
    Telnet into your web site using Putty.

    Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 August 2009 07:56
    Add a Special Icon At Your Web Site PDF Print E-mail
    Written by TransRed   
    Wednesday, 19 August 2009 10:33

    If you own a website, it's interesting to associate an icon to it. This is what is called a "shortcut icon". In fact, this icon will be displayed on the visitor's computer. If he chooses to bookmark your site. It will be displayed in the Favorites menu as well as in the Address bar (see below) if the user comes back to your site.

    Shortcut icons work with Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft® Internet Explorer® v5.0 or later. They have no special Web server requirements and are a great way to add brand recognition without requiring the user to download a custom version of Internet Explorer.

    First you must create your icon. You can either start from scratch or create an icon from an existing image (your company's logo for example).

    Change Default Images Directory in Joomla! 1.5 PDF Print E-mail
    Written by Joo Trans   
    Thursday, 13 August 2009 12:30

    One of the most annoying things about Joomla! (in my opinion) is that the default images directory (or folder, whatever you want to call it) is, and the default directory for the media manager is That makes no sense to me. Read on to find out why this makes no sense, and how you can easily fix it.

    Adding images to articles

    One of the great new features in Joomla! 1.5 is the nice little "Images" button at the bottom of the text editor in the article manager. That button launches a pop-up in which you can easily locate the image you wish to use and add it to your article.The only problem is, this nice little pop-up starts at the default images directory ( and not the default media directory ( If your images are not in or some sub directory of this folder, then you will not be able to get to it from the image locator.

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